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Trust me, I’m an object! – New article is out on Medium

Each of us had a personal threshold for the perceived harmfulness of objects. We perceive things as dangerous/ harmless, clean/dirty…

Each of us had a personal threshold for the perceived harmfulness of objects. We perceive things as dangerous/ harmless, clean/dirty in a personal way as a result of a mix of factors like our culture, personal experience, education, etc. We can say that every day, every moment, we carry on a trust/mistrust relationship with physical things around us.

In the last article published on our Medium channel and authored by Francesco Tesauri, we explore how differently the objects we deal with every day can be perceived, and the growing potential of touchless technologies against risk and mistrust barriers.

A solid example comes from Ultraleap, which has a long story of developing brilliant solutions based on mid-air haptics.

To read the full article, click here.

 

 

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Webinar “Autonomy: Brain, Body and Interfaces” – Presentations are online

We are pleased to share the presentations from our webinar “Autonomy: Brain, Body, and Interfaces”, which took place last Tuesday,…

We are pleased to share the presentations from our webinar “Autonomy: Brain, Body, and Interfaces”, which took place last Tuesday, July 28 2020.

We would like to thank all participants, and in particular the speakers – Dr. Elham Fathiazar (Humatects), Julius Klein (Motivo), and Andrea Castellano (RE:Lab) -, we are grateful for the time you took to share your experiences with us.

You can find the presentation made at the webinar at this link.

We look forward to meeting you again at the next meeting.

 

 

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Autonomy: Brain, Body, and Interfaces – New RE:Lab webinar on 28/07/2020

RE:Lab is pleased to invite you to our first webinar. The webinar “Autonomy: Brain, Body, and Interfaces” will take place…

RE:Lab is pleased to invite you to our first webinar. The webinar “Autonomy: Brain, Body, and Interfaces” will take place next Tuesday, July 28 2020 at 17.00 CET.

This webinar will look at the opportunities emerging from interactive technologies in the automotive domain – and their combination – such as Human-Automation Interaction, Artificial Intelligence, and Vehicle automation to design new services, solutions, and innovative business models.

A panel of experts from RE:Lab, Humatects and Motivo discuss the latest achievements and future trends in the automated and connected driving domain.

Registered participants will receive the link to join the event on Zoom.

We look forward to your participation.

 

Full details, agenda and registration form are available on the Eventbrite page.

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Everything but the Oink – New article is out on Medium

This week is our Medium channel hosts a new article by Andrea Castellano giving us an update about the state…

This week is our Medium channel hosts a new article by Andrea Castellano giving us an update about the state of the art of the Driver Monitoring Systems on automated vehicles, which can detect the driver’s state, engage with him/her and alert in case of safety risks.

In RE:Lab, we study how the driver and the vehicle can cooperate to optimize the driving experience and safety through testing and simulations, and building on available data we design and improve driver-vehicle interaction solutions.

In this article, Andrea presents some interesting findings of our ongoing research activity in this domain (examples of our EU funded projects in this domain are Automate and Next Perception).

 

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RE:Lab meets Apple Developer Academy students at Future Fair 2020

We are proud to participate in the Academy Future Fair 2020, the Apple Developer Academy’s appointment of networking and matchmaking…

We are proud to participate in the Academy Future Fair 2020, the Apple Developer Academy’s appointment of networking and matchmaking amongst Alumni, Students, Developers, and Companies.

We will join the event that will be held online on the 29th and 30th of June to introduce our company to the Academy students, hear about the latest apps that have been developed within this year.

To visit the Event website, click here.

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A paper co-authored by RE:Lab presented at 2020 IEEE MetroAeroSpace Conference

On Wednesday 24, June the Paper AutoTaxi task analysis and HMI development for the Introduction of RPAS in non-segregated airport…

On Wednesday 24, June the Paper AutoTaxi task analysis and HMI development for the Introduction of RPAS in non-segregated airport was presented at the 2020 IEEE MetroAeroSpace Conference during the Session “SENSORS AND SOLUTIONS FOR AUTONOMOUS AEROSPACE SYSTEMS”.

The paper is co-authored by RE:Lab srl (Dr. Francesco Tesauri, Co-founder and Head of Interaction Engineering Area) and Leonardo.

 

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Smart mobility and health emergency – New guest article is out on Medium

Our Lab is an open space, which has been designed as a community where we can work together with our…

Our Lab is an open space, which has been designed as a community where we can work together with our customers, partners, and friends to share thoughts, create, and drive innovation.

This week we are pleased to publish a new and guest-article on our Medium channel authored by Prof. Enrico Al Mureden – Full Professor of Civil Law at the Department of Legal Studies of the University of Bologna and Professor of Product Safety, Product Liability and Automotive, at the Motorvehicle University of Emilia-Romagna (MUNER).

The article, titled “Smart mobility and health emergency: towards a new era?” brings a different viewpoint about a topic that we have already touched, the recent pandemic emergency that has quickly disrupted the status quo for citizens, customers and businesses. Prof. Al Mureden looks into the impacts of this event on the mobility domain, to examine whether it has been an interruption of a path or acceleration of a trend (the mobility automation).

What role can these mobility paradigms (Highly Automated Vehicles and intelligent infrastructures) play in this new world? How best can policymakers support the paradigm shift?

 

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RE:Design of Everyday HMIs – New article is out on Medium

A lesson-learned from COVID-19? There are many, but one of them is for sure that objects’ surfaces cannot be 100%…

A lesson-learned from COVID-19? There are many, but one of them is for sure that objects’ surfaces cannot be 100% safe and virus-free. So we have rapidly adapted our behaviors by “touching less” the physical environment around us, coming up with improvised strategies (using the smallest area of our fingertips), or using appropriate tools (like recently-designed COVID-19 handles).

In this new article, Roberto Montanari (RE:Lab co-founder) analyses how these safety requirements can be turned into new opportunities.

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ERTICO welcomes RE:Lab as new partner

We are honored to announce that RE:Lab has joined ERTICO, the public-private partnership of 120 companies and organizations representing service…

We are honored to announce that RE:Lab has joined ERTICO, the public-private partnership of 120 companies and organizations representing service providers, suppliers, traffic and transport industry, research, public authorities, user organizations, mobile network operators, and vehicle manufactures.

It is a great opportunity to strengthen our role in the Intelligent Transport Systems and Services domain.

To read ERTICO’s announcement on Linkedin, click here.

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Autonomy¹⁹: New article on Medium

We open this new week with a new series of articles on our Medium channel. As the title suggests, it…

We open this new week with a new series of articles on our Medium channel. As the title suggests, it is dedicated to Autonomy, a trend that has recently gained additional attention during the COVID-19 crisis.  Thanks to the possibility to reduce risky human-to-human contacts, this crisis is accelerating the adoption of robots and autonomous technologies exponentially (¹⁹).

In this article, we collect and analyze some fascinating cases around the globe.

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Back to the Lab: meet us on Medium

COVID-19 already created a new world. It’s not something that will come or something that needs to be imagined. We…

COVID-19 already created a new world. It’s not something that will come or something that needs to be imagined. We are already in this reality and here are our takes on it.

Today we kick-off our Medium Lab as a virtual space for designing, building and sharing ideas, exchanges, and synergies with our community about what does it mean to create Human-Machine Interfaces ready to engage with this new challenge. It is about to regain our freedom with everyday things, and — at the very end — within our lives.

Our Lab is open, meet us here, with the opening article by RE:Lab founders: Fabio, Francesco, Roberto, Stefano.

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RE:Lab goes to the Motor Valley Fest!

RE:Lab is taking part of the digital edition of the Motor Valley Fest, which will be held online from May…

RE:Lab is taking part of the digital edition of the Motor Valley Fest, which will be held online from May 14 to May 17. 

On the first day, at 14.20 GTM+2 Stefano Marzani (RE:Lab, Senior Expert AD/AI Silicon Valley) will be joining the Digitasation conference.

Connected cars, different levels of ADAS up to autonomous driving of levels 4 and 5 make the car product a highly digitized product, with a prevalence of electronic hardware and software. With sharing, apps, some methods of use and service become digitized. A big impact on investments, the skills to develop new cars, how to use them, the world of aftermarket and service. On the other hand, the experience of choosing a car from the various proposals on the market, making it a short list to get to a physical testing, the physical engagement of a dealer, also becomes a digitized process that tries to create seamless between physical and virtual.

Conference Speakers:

Marco Gay, Anitec Assinform President

Teodoro Lio, Managing Director, Automotive and Mobility Lead, Europe Accenture

Stefano Marzani, Senior Expert AD/AI Silicon Valley

Andrea Pontremoli, CEO Dallara

Moderator: Fabio De Rossi (Quattroruote)

 

To join the event: https://motorvalley.it/event/digitalizzazione/

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Merry Christmas and happy new year from RE:Lab!

Have you ever thought you could eat an interface? Let yourself be amazed by RE:Lab’s cookies, ‘i cruscotti’: as unpredictable…

Have you ever thought you could eat an interface?

Let yourself be amazed by RE:Lab’s cookies, ‘i cruscotti’: as unpredictable and surprising as the idea of having a dashboard for breakfast.

RE:Lab wishes you a sweet Christmas and a happy new year!

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4STEPS #cooperationiscentral

#Interreg4STEPS , the Interreg Central Europe project where the #cooperationiscentral to address the main challenges of Industry 4.0. RE:Lab is a…

#Interreg4STEPS , the Interreg Central Europe project where the #cooperationiscentral to address the main challenges of Industry 4.0.

RE:Lab is a member of the project Consortium together with:

Discover more about 4STEPS and its activities, click here to visit the website and subscribe to the project newsletter.

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CES 2020 Save the date, 7-10 January 2020, Las Vegas

The world’s leading Consumer Electronics Show from Las Vegas, the CES, will jump into the new year introducing to the…

The world’s leading Consumer Electronics Show from Las Vegas, the CES, will jump into the new year introducing to the international marketplace the most innovative and breakthrough technologies.

After last year, RE:Lab’s co-founders, Roberto Montanari, Fabio Pagliai and Francesco Tesauri, will be visiting again the world’s leading technology show, eager to discover the latest trends and achievements gathered in the leading global-stage for technology and innovation.

If you own a technology company or you are affiliated with the consumer technology industry, there’s still time to participate.

Click here to discover more about how to register and not to miss this great opportunity!

 

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AutoMate presented at #H2020RTR European Conference 3rd Edition

On the 4th of December 2019, RE:Lab will participate in ‘Results from road transport research in H2020 projects‘, the European…

On the 4th of December 2019, RE:Lab will participate in ‘Results from road transport research in H2020 projects‘, the European Conference organized by ERTRAC, EGVIA and the European Commission at its 3rd edition. The Conference will take place in Bruxelles, within the Albert Borschette Conference Center (CCAB) premises.

Roberto Montanari, RE:Lab’s co-founder and R&D Responsible, will present AutoMate, a Horizon 2020 project on autonomous driving vehicles. The intervention will focus on ‘Automation as accepted and trustful teamMate to enhance traffic safety and efficiency’.

During the two days of #H2020RTR19 Conference, all the H2020 projects invited will present their achievements, share best practices and highlight what would be the next steps in the research fields covered by their activities.

Click here to download the agenda of #H2020RTR19 Conference.

 

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ADAS&ME Final Event

On Tuesday the 3rd of December 2019 RE:Lab will be participating in ADAS&ME Final Event in Barcelona. During the ADAS&ME Final…

On Tuesday the 3rd of December 2019 RE:Lab will be participating in ADAS&ME Final Event in Barcelona.

During the ADAS&ME Final Event, the adaptive HMI based on driver state will demonstrate its impact in real-life scenarios in different vehicle demonstrators, according to the use-cases objectives.

The Event and workshops will take place at IDIADA Automotive Technologies headquarters in Catalonia.

Click here, visit ADAS&ME web site to discover the Final Event agenda.

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‘Art, creativity and technology’ @ART-ER

On November the 28th 2019, RE:Lab participates at ‘Art, creativity and technology’, the meeting organized by ART-ER, within the CNR…

On November the 28th 2019, RE:Lab participates at ‘Art, creativity and technology’, the meeting organized by ART-ER, within the CNR premises in Bologna.

The meeting, organized as part of the project Regionarts, will see the participation of Institutions, SMEs and stakeholders of the Emilia Romagna Region.

The aim is to discuss the latest initiatives of cross-fertilization between art and new technologies, with a significant impact on the business processes in terms of innovation and competitiveness.

How new technologies do have an impact on Art, Culture, and creativity? This is the main question of the meeting in order to address the priorities of the intelligent specialization strategies in the Emilia-Romagna Region,  also in the context of Horizon 2020.

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RE:Lab at Qt World Summit 2019

From the 4th to the 6th of November 2019, RE:Lab’s Software Engineers representatives are in Berlin to visit Qt World…

From the 4th to the 6th of November 2019, RE:Lab’s Software Engineers representatives are in Berlin to visit Qt World Summit 2019.

Qt World Summit is the biggest Qt event of the year that brings together customers, partners and #QtPeople from different industries around the world.

This is a great opportunity to stay up to date with the latest Qt’s technological developments in order to deliver to RE:Lab’s clients the best HMI’s Software and Design development, using cutting edge tools.

Click here to discover more about Qt World Summit’s initiatives and events.

 

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TAtoDPR Final Conference, 31st October 2019, UNISOB

On October 31st 2019, TAtoDPR  Final Conference was held within Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa premises in Naples. The Final Conference…

On October 31st 2019, TAtoDPR  Final Conference was held within Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa premises in Naples.
The Final Conference was attended by the Consortium’s Partners:
This was a great opportunity to highlight how high level educational and scientific objectives can be achieved through cooperation between different cultures and Countries, addressing this objective to TAtoDPR best practices: from training courses on the implementation of GDPR, to the role of DPOs designed in Italy, Spain and the UK, to the creation of an online magazine Open Access on privacy law and technologies.

 

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TAtoDPR announcing the Final Conference Agenda, 31st October 2019

TAtoDPR Consortium is proud to announce the Final Conference Agenda. The Final Conference will take place in Sala degli Angeli within Università degli…

TAtoDPR Consortium is proud to announce the Final Conference Agenda.
The Final Conference will take place in Sala degli Angeli within Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa‘s premises in Naples, on October the 31st, 2019, starting at 9 a.m.
All the Consortium members will be participating in TAtoDPR Final Conference.
After two years of activity, the Final Conference aims at disseminating the relevant results of the activities carried out by the Project Research Team. The Final Conference will highlight how high-level educational and scientific objectives can be achieved through the cooperation between different cultures and Countries, addressing this goal to TAtoDPR’s best practices: from the training Courses on the implementation of the GDPR, to the role of the DPOs designed in Italy, Spain and United Kingdom, until the creation of an Open Access online magazine on privacy law and technologies.
Click here to download TatoDPR Final Conference Agenda.
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AutoMate Final Review, 24 ottobre 2019, Bruxelles

On October the 24th 2019 the Partners of the AutoMate Consortium joined in Bruxelles for the project Final Review. The…

On October the 24th 2019 the Partners of the AutoMate Consortium joined in Bruxelles for the project Final Review.

The Final Review was a great occasion to present the results achieved towards the 3 years’ project to official representatives of the European Commission: the INEA Project Officer, Georgios Sarros, and the Project Reviewer, Eric Kenis.

Click here to see pictures of the AutoMate Final Review.

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UNIMORE Seminar ‘Resources and prospects for innovative entrepreneurship’

On Friday the 18th of October 2019, Roberto Montanari, R&D responsible for RE:Lab, participates as a Speaker at the seminar…

On Friday the 18th of October 2019, Roberto Montanari, R&D responsible for RE:Lab, participates as a Speaker at the seminar ‘Resources and prospects for innovative entrepreneurship’, organized by UNIMORE.

The seminar focuses on innovative entrepreneurship experiences through the testimonies of some of the most innovative SMEs of the Emilia Romagna Region in Italy.

Montanari’s intervention focuses on RE:Lab’s approach, highlighting the importance of the interaction as a strategic factor.

The seminar will be held at the Fondazione Marco Biagi premises, starting at 9:30 a.m.

Click here to discover the detailed program and the seminar’s interventions.

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SUPER Craft, Smart Utility Platform for Emilia Romagna Craft

On the 27th of September 2019 RE:Lab took part in the SUPER Craft kick-off meeting in the premises of Tecnopolo…

On the 27th of September 2019 RE:Lab took part in the SUPER Craft kick-off meeting in the premises of Tecnopolo in Faenza, IT.

SUPER Craft is a project co-financed by the European Regional Development Funding Programme (POR FESR 2014-2020) of the Emilia Romagna Region in the field of specialization S3 “Cultural and Creative Industries”.

The objective of SUPER Craft is the development of an innovative online B2B platform, aiming to meet the paradigm of ‘Continuous Mass Customisation’ (CMC).

RE:Lab is involved in the project together with other Regional SMEs – Domotrick srl, Mark One srl, XFORM srl, Slowd srl – to support all the operational phases.

The project coordinator is Romagna Tech whilst the other Project Partners are Mister Smart Innovation, CIRI ICT (UNIBO), CROSS-TECH (ENEA), EN&TECH (UNIMORE).

Click here to read the article of SUPER Craft published by Corriere Romagna on Wednesday 9 October 2019.

 

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RE:Lab lesson at ADBoT, Master in Autonomous Driving, UniTrento

The 2nd October 2019  RE:Lab inaugurates its collaboration with the “Autonomous Driving and Enabling Technologies” Master led by Università di Trento,…

The 2nd October 2019  RE:Lab inaugurates its collaboration with the Autonomous Driving and Enabling Technologies” Master led by Università di Trento, in Trento, Italy.

Roberto Montari, R&D Responsible for RE:Lab, will hold a lecture focusing on ‘Human Robot Interaction for Autonomous Driving.
Roberto Montari is also Professor of Interaction Design at the University Suor Orsola Benincasa of Naples, as well as the Coordinator of Scienza Nuova Research Centre, whose main purpose is to promote integration between Humanities and Technologies.

ADBoT 1 year Master aims at giving participants the knowledge over the enabling technologies and tools for the design and
development of intelligent systems for connected and autonomous vehicles. Entirely taught in English, the multidisciplinary approach will give the participants an outlook over the most advanced digital technologies within the automotive domain. RE:Lab is one of the Sponsors of the Master.

The courses will be organized as follows: 4 months of theoretical lectures, hands-on laboratories, seminars with experts at the Università di Trento premises; 7 months of a project-based internship in collaboration with one of the industrial partners.

Click here to discover more about the Master in “Autonomous Driving and Enabling Technologies” organized by UniTrento.

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SAFESTRIP General Assembly, Athens, Greece

On the 17th and 18th of September 2019, RE:Lab will participate to SAFESTRIP General Assembly in Athens, Greece, as Partner…

On the 17th and 18th of September 2019, RE:Lab will participate to SAFESTRIP General Assembly in Athens, Greece, as Partner of the Project Consortium.

SAFESTRIP is a European Union Horizon 2020 project that aims to introduce a disruptive technology that will embed C-ITS applications into existing road infrastructure, including I2V and V2I communications as well as VMS/VSL functions into low-cost, integrated strip markers on the road.

The General Assembly will be a great occasion to set up the pilots and discuss the next steps to pursue the project objectives.

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4STEPS Interreg European Central Europe Project: #cooperationiscentral

On 1st April 2019 RE:Lab took part in a new challenge as Partner of 4STEPS project, an Interreg European Central…

On 1st April 2019 RE:Lab took part in a new challenge as Partner of 4STEPS project, an Interreg European Central Europe Project.

The project is addressing the main challenge of Industry 4.0 as a tool towards a new, digital industrial revolution holding the promise of increased flexibility in manufacturing, mass customization, increased speed, better quality and improved productivity. Companies in the target regions are lagging behind in the adoption of innovative tools and solutions proposed by Industry 4.0 revolution and need to increase transnational cooperation in facing this challenge.

Towards the three years duration of the project and the collaboration between 8 project Partners from 7 different EU Countries, the main project objective is to support the successful implementation of smart specialization strategies and to apply Industry 4.0 to all the industrial sectors identified by each Region.

4STEPS will apply an innovative methodology based on the involvement of all quadruple helix actors in a bottom-up approach. SMEs will be the main target and will be involved through a new network of “Digital Innovation Hubs”. The project will develop innovative productive methods and applications of Industry 4.0 thanks to the developments of:

  • a new catalogue of potential services to be offered;
  • a “Technology Maturity Level Index”;
  • a transnational action plan and “Digital Innovation Hubs” that will be tested in pilot actions.

4STEPS project is funded by the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme that encourages cooperation on shared challenges in central Europe.

To stay updated, follow 4STEPS online and on social media channels:

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube

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RE:Lab leading a workshop at Humanist Summer School 2019, Lyon

On July the 10th 2019, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., Elisa Landini from RE:Lab coordinates the workshop “Strategies and assets for the…

On July the 10th 2019, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., Elisa Landini from RE:Lab coordinates the workshop “Strategies and assets for the HMI design in semi and fully autonomous vehicle” at the Humanist Summer School in Lyon, France.

The workshop is included in the rich program of meetings and courses offered by Humanist Summer School. The program of this edition is available on this page.

Humanist Summer School is a biennial event organized by Humanist the Virtual Centre of Excellence to share valuable insights in the Human Factors area related to the challenges of autonomous vehicles.

Humanist Summer School is intended to be a place for Young and Senior Researchers, PhDs or professionals, offering excellent networking opportunities.

Click here to find out more about Humanist Summer School.

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RE:Lab technology installed at #Museo della città, Rovereto

On the 29th June 2019 #Museo della Città opened to the city of Rovereto, Italy. The Museum is the first place dedicated…

On the 29th June 2019 #Museo della Città opened to the city of Rovereto, Italy. The Museum is the first place dedicated to the city, through the voices and faces of its protagonists.

RE:Lab collaborated to the project with the design and development of apps and digital stations, accordingly to the curatorial set-up. In addition to the digital stations, visitors will be equipped with a tablet with the app implemented, where you can choose through hashtags the theme of interest and the running time for the exhibitions.

Below are some videos of the technological stations installed by RE:Lab inside the #Museum of the city of Rovereto, Fondazione Musei Civici di Rovereto.

  • 100 Libri_book research tool for Museo della città library

  • Il muro del suono_interactive sound-station

  • #museodellacittà_App for iPad

  • Specchio d’epoca_InterFACES 

 

 

 

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Approaching AutoMate Final Event

Tomorrow, the 12th of June 2019, AutoMate EU Project will unveil final results on its Final Event, in the occasion…

Tomorrow, the 12th of June 2019, AutoMate EU Project will unveil final results on its Final Event, in the occasion of the 30th IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium in Versailles.
Participants will get a full overview of the project and will enjoy an exciting hands-on experience on AutoMate’s achievements.

Here the CRF demonstrator, looking forward to performing on the road in automated mode.

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AutoMate HMI presented at ITS European Congress

On June 4th 2019 Andrea Castellano from RE:Lab presents at ITS European Congress the innovative HMI concept developed towards AutoMate EU project. The Congress…

On June 4th 2019 Andrea Castellano from RE:Lab presents at ITS European Congress the innovative HMI concept developed towards AutoMate EU project.
The Congress takes place at the Evoluon Congress Centre in Eindhoven, Netherlands, from the 3rd until the 6th of June 2019.
ITS Congress in Europe is the largest event entirely dedicated to smart mobility and digitalization of transport is organized by ERTICO – ITS Europe.
AutoMate HMI presentation is included in the special session ‘Driver in the loop: hand over and hand back on L3’. This will be a great occasion to highlight the project three years’ achievements, that will be presented on the 12th of June 2019, during the project Final Event at the Intelligent Vehicle Symposium in Paris.
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RE:Lab at R2B, Research to Business 2019, Bologna

The 6th and 7th of June 2019 RE:Lab participates at R2B, the annual meeting organized by SMAU for all the Italian…

The 6th and 7th of June 2019 RE:Lab participates at R2B, the annual meeting organized by SMAU for all the Italian SMEs involved in researching and developing innovative products and technological services.

The event will take place in Bologna Fiere premises. RE:Lab will be showcasing at the booth E06, Pavilion 33.

On June 6th Elisa Landini, EU funding Project Manager, will present RE:Lab during Live Show, a live streaming event aimed to highlight the role of the Italian most innovative SMEs whilst bringing to the table the territory excellences.

On June 7th Roberto Montanari, R&D Responsible for RE:Lab, will moderate the round table ‘Fashion in global competition. The protagonists speak’.  The purpose of this meeting is to present the results and opportunities offered by the Emilia Romagna Region in the last two years of the Fashion Valley. This initiative, sponsored as part of the Regional S3 by the Department of Productive Activities, in collaboration with ART-ER Research and Innovation Division and the trade associations of the sector.

The round table will open the debate between businesses and stakeholders of the territory on sustainability and interoperability of supply chains, the centrality of education and the role of research and innovation to aim for greater competitiveness and attractiveness in the territory in facing the global challenge.

Click here to find out more about R2B 2019 program.

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International Conference on Distributed Computing on Sensor System IEEE DCOSS 2019

Elisa Landini, EU funding Project Manager for RE:Lab, will present SAFE STRIP European Project on the 31st May 2019, during a…

Elisa Landini, EU funding Project Manager for RE:Lab, will present SAFE STRIP European Project on the 31st May 2019, during a dedicated workshop organized within DCOSS 2019, the International Conference on Distributed Computing on Sensor System.

SAFE STRIP is a European project aiming to introduce a disruptive technology that will embed C-ITS applications into existing road infrastructure.  RE:Lab is a member of SAFE STRIP Consortium.

DCOSS 2019 will take place in Santorini Island, Greece, from the 29th until the 31st May 2019. The conference is intended to cover several aspects of distributed computing in sensor systems such as high level abstractions and models, systematic design methodologies, signal and information processing, algorithms, analysis and applications.

For more information on the conference topics and the Call for Papers please click here.

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RE:Lab at PRYSTINE PMT meeting

On the 21st and 22nd of May 2019 Andrea Castellano from RE:Lab is joining PRYSTINE PMT meeting. The meeting is hosted in Vilnius, Lithuania,  at the…

On the 21st and 22nd of May 2019 Andrea Castellano from RE:Lab is joining PRYSTINE PMT meeting. The meeting is hosted in Vilnius, Lithuania,  at the Hotel Novotel Vilnius Center.
PRYSTINE is a European project aimed at developing reliable and robust environment perception systems for highly automated driving. In other words Programmable Systems for Intelligence in Automobiles.
RE:Lab, as a partner of the project, is in charge of the HMI design and development, the integration of shared control and arbitration algorithms developed through AI techniques in its driving simulator and the user validation.
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ADBoT, Master in Autonomous Driving and enaBling Technologies, UniTrento

On the 20th of May 2019, there will be the kick-off event to inaugurate the “Autonomous Driving and Enabling Technologies” Master,…

On the 20th of May 2019, there will be the kick-off event to inaugurate the “Autonomous Driving and Enabling Technologies Master, led by Università di Trento, in Trento, Italy.

ADBoT 1 year Master aims at giving participants the knowledge over the enabling technologies and tools for the design and
development of intelligent systems for connected and autonomous vehicles. Entirely taught in English, the multidisciplinary approach will give the participants an outlook over the most advanced digital technologies within the automotive domain. RE:Lab is one of the Italian SMEs that sponsor the Master.

The courses will be organized as follows: 4 months of theoretical lectures, hands-on laboratories, seminars with experts at the Università di Trento premises; 7 months of a project-based internship in collaboration with one of the industrial partners.

Click here to discover more and apply for the Master in “Autonomous Driving and Enabling Technologies”.

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RE:Lab at @Motor Valley Fest workshop

On Friday the 17th of May 2019 RE:Lab takes part in the workshop ‘The vehicles of the future are electronic’.…

On Friday the 17th of May 2019 RE:Lab takes part in the workshop ‘The vehicles of the future are electronic’.
The workshop is held in Modena, within the Aula Magna UniMORE premises, from 10:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. This initiative is part of the Motor Valley Fest, a great three days Festival focusing on the motor valley, Emilia-Romagna Region in Italy.

The workshop main focus will be on the vehicles future mobility and the scenarios that the new technologies will disclose within the automotive domain.
Roberto Montanari, R&D responsible at RE:Lab, participates to the workshop, presenting RE:Lab’s vision towards the mobility and the future of interactions between humans and in-vehicle technologies.

The workshop participation is free upon subscription at this link.

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RE:Lab at the DESIGN CHAT talk by ADI

On the 14th of May 2019 at 4 p.m., there will be the opening of the Design Chat third edition,…

On the 14th of May 2019 at 4 p.m., there will be the opening of the Design Chat third edition, organized by ADI – Associazione Disegno Industriale.
The name of the event is ‘The Evolution of Design from the product to the experience and it will be held at Scuola di Ingegneria e Architettura, Viale del Risorgimento, 2 Bologna, room 3.6.

The cycle of talks of this third edition will be held within the Universities of Emilia Romagna region associated with ADI. The focus will be on the design potential, particularly in its applications for business, organizations and the community.

Roberto Montanari, R&D Responsible for RE:Lab, will attend the first meeting to illustrate the services offered by RE:Lab in the field of design, User Experience, and User Interaction.

Participation is free upon registration at this link.

 

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RE:Lab at Clust-ER Creative and Cultural Industries meeting

On Thursday the 18th of April 2019 RE: Lab participates at the plenary meeting led by Clust-ER Creative and Cultural Industries.…

On Thursday the 18th of April 2019 RE: Lab participates at the plenary meeting led by Clust-ER Creative and Cultural Industries.

The meeting will take place within L.E.A.P. in Piacenza at 10:30 a.m., involving the Clust-ER’s members. During the meeting, each working group will have the opportunity to illustrate the ongoing projects, whilst sharing the objectives and the future strategy and vision.

Clust-ER Creative and Cultural Industries focuses its action on strategic lines of research and innovation through working groups, named Value Chain. The Value Chains represent the system of cultural and creative industries in the Emilia-Romagna Region.

The Value Chains of Emilia-Romagna Region Clust-ER consists of Cult_Tech, A.D.D.I.C.T., FASHION_ER Valley, MULTIMODEL, TOURISM and URBAN ACTIVATION.
RE:Lab is a member of the Value Chain Cult_Tech and A.D.D.I.C.T.

Click here to discover more about the initiatives promoted by Clust-ER Creative and Cultural Industries.

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MIND unveiled at Salone del Mobile 2019, Milano

‘This is not a light’. This is the claim for MIND, an innovative automated home technology unveiled at Salone del Mobile 2019,…

‘This is not a light’. This is the claim for MIND, an innovative automated home technology unveiled at Salone del Mobile 2019, Milan.

MIND is a small box cube, practical, with no cables. Its minimal, smart and intelligent design matches perfectly with the house interiors.  MIND’s led is much more than a light. In fact, it controls the electrical system, the heating, the automation of the house, whilst adapting its behavior to each inhabitant, protecting their privacy and improving their security”.

RE:Lab developed the UX design and app development that allows MIND to control the consumption of each electrical outlet in the house.

MIND has been showcased at Salone del Mobile, Pavilion 15 Stand C32, in Milano, from the 9th to the 14th of April 2019.
MIND will be available to purchase in September 2019.

 

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PRYSTINE General Assembly

Andrea Castellano and Elisa Landini from RE:Lab will join PRYSTINE General Assembly. The General Assembly will be held the 2nd, 3rd…

Andrea Castellano and Elisa Landini from RE:Lab will join PRYSTINE General Assembly. The General Assembly will be held the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of April 2019 at the Dynamicum Building in Helsinki, Finland.
PRYSTINE is a European project aimed at developing reliable and robust environment perception systems for highly automated driving. In other words Programmable Systems for Intelligence in Automobiles
RE:Lab, as a partner of the project, is in charge of the HMI design and development and the user validation at the driving simulator.
Visit the web site to discover more about PRYSTINE.

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Andrea Castellano and Elisa Landini from RE:Lab will join PRYSTINE General Assembly. The General Assembly will be held the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of April 2019 at the Dynamicum Building in Helsinki, Finland.
PRYSTINE is a European project aimed at developing reliable and robust environment perception systems for highly automated driving. In other words Programmable Systems for Intelligence in Automobiles
RE:Lab, as a partner of the project, is in charge of the HMI design and development and the user validation at the driving simulator.
Visit the web site to discover more about PRYSTINE.

Click here for more.