24.02.23 DIH² Network webinar
We would like to invite you to the 9th DIH² Network event on Friday 24th of February from 12:00 to 12:45 CET. The event will be organized online. Please use the link below to register for the event and receive the link to join the webinar.
Agenda of the event:
- Advanced inspection in manufacturing by Javier Perez, Linqcase
The electromagnetic Non Destructive Testing (NDT) technology of Linq provides a real time inspection data for ferrous metal parts. It is implemented into automated machines which are designed to be modular and flexible which can allow statistical or 100% production control. In his presentation Javier Perez will share his experience as a service director and how he supports customers in their digitalization effort.
Javier Perez Castro is Service Director at Linq since January 2019. After studies in TU Graz and the University of Navarra he held various positions in the construction industry and consultancy. Since 2016 he focused on customer service and after sales in an international context.
- Wearable hardware for advanced Human Robot Interaction by Greg Agriopoulos, Magos
Magos Platform provides lifelike experience, where end users can interact with their hands and fingers, as they would in real life, within virtual environment which is a key factor for obtaining the muscle memory required for high-dexterous tasks in training applications. During his presentation, Greg Agriopoulos, CEO and founder of Magos will share how the Magos glove enhance the virtual experience in an Industry 4.0 context such as tele-robotics or training.
Greg Agriopoulos is the founder and CEO of Magos, he is expert in wearable hardware for advanced Human Computer/Robot Interaction sector focused in VR training and simulation (Healthcare, Aerospace, Industry 4.0). Greg cumulates over 12 years of experience in enterpreneurship, financial, team management in high-tech ICT projects combined with his electrical engineering background.
- Micro-gripping and Microassembly Robotics by David Heriban, Percipio Robotics
Percipio Robotics was founded in 2011 and located in the heart of the microtechnology valley in Besançon-France, Percipio Robotics is a Deep-Tech, the result of more than 15 years of research and development work. Spin-off of Femto-ST Institute, Percipio is specialized in micro-gripping and micro-assembly robotics and delivers cobotic or automated solutions. In his presentation, David Heriban, CEO and founder of Percipio will share his experience in the acceptance of Robotics in very conservative industry and what were the key criteria for adoption.
David Heriban has evolved from research engineer in applied research at FEMTO-CNRS to entrepreneur and CEO when he founded Percipio Robotics in Feb. 2011. The technology of micromanipulation developed during his years of research was transferred in the company and David received multiple awards in European Trade fairs for the technology (2008) and the product (2012).