[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] RobMoSys Community Workshop - Composable Models & Software for Robotics Systems
Please join us for our next Open Community Workshop on September 12th in
The purpose of this workshop is to keep you updated on the recent
progress made in the RobMoSys project (Composable Models and Software
for Robotics). www.robmosys.eu
We are keen on a structured dialogue and discussion with the audience
about what the challenges are from the point of view of the robotics
domain, what are the pain points from a robotics perspective and thereby
learning about the views of the participants.
*10:00 to 10:30 Official opening and introduction to the
H. Espinoza (CEA) – Understand how RobMoSys model-based engineering
process helps robotics stakeholders, which technical material is
available, and what the expected contributions from the community are.
*10:30 to 11:00 Modeling Principles and Modeling Foundations in
C. Schlegel (HSU) – Deep technical to understand how RobMoSys organizes
models, tools, and software components, and what kind of links we offer
to other domains.
*11:00 to 11:30 BREAK*
*11:30 to 12:30 Concrete Usage Scenarios*
D. Stampfer (HSU), M. Morelli (CEA) – /SmartMDSD example/: how software
development in robotics looks and feels like; learn how to compose
software components for navigation and run a mobile robot in simulation.
/Papyrus4Robotics example/: Concrete example for safety analysis with
RobMoSys, in particular for composable scenarios.
*12:30 to 13:30 LUNCH TIME*
*13:30 to 15:00 Brainstorming*
Chairs: C. Schlegel (HSU), Herman Bruyninckx (KUL), H. Espinoza (CEA) –
Structured dialogue and discussion with the audience about what the
challenges are from the point of view of the robotics domain, what are
the pain points from a robotics perspective and thereby learning about
the views of the participants.
*15:00 to 15:30 BREAK*
*15:30 to 16:30 Community building and Wrap-up*
Chairs*:* S. Bieller (EUnited), A. Principato (TUM) – Ending up with a
mutual understanding of how to link to the robotics domain via RobMoSys,
what would be nice to have from the community, what the community is
ready to offer for the benefit of robotics.