Research Topics

Sensors & Networks

A growing network of embedded and autonomous systems surrounds our everyday lives – from smartphones and automobiles to medical technology and cloud computing. With the increasing complexity of sensory systems, requirements are growing in terms of performance, security, accuracy and reliability.

News

What condition are the world's oceans in? To find out, numerous autonomous underwater buoys are drifting through the oceans and collecting data. In…

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Numerous sensor systems in the North Sea record wind, humidity, hours of sunshine and many other environmental parameters. In the future, Artificial…

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Gastbeitrag von Prof. Dr. Oliver Zielinski, Leiter des Forschungsbereichs Marine Perception, DFKI Labor Niedersachsen

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Projects

selective management of harmful and non-harmful weeds using artificial intelligence

The spontaneous vegetation that accompanies arable farming (generally referred to as (un)harmful weeds) can lead to major yield losses if not controlled. However, of the approximately 350 plant…

Human-Machine Interaction Modeling for Continuous Improvement of Robot Behavior

The current developments in digitalization, AI-based data processing, and powerful hardware lay the groundwork for

future embodied AI assistants. These intelligent robots must be versatile, adaptive…

Artificial intelligence for energy technologies and applications in production

The KI4ETA project aims to achieve energy efficiency measures and operational optimization in production through the targeted use of AI. To achieve this goal, seven subprojects are developing an…

Semantische Plattform zur intelligenten Entscheidungs- und Einsatzunterstützung in Leitstellen und Lagezentren

Artificial intelligence in the interconnected control center of the future

The SPELL project represents the idea of a semantic platform for intelligent decision-making and deployment support in…

Cooperative Development of a Comprehensive Integrated Autonomous Underwater Monitoring Solution

In the CIAM project, autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) are being developed that are capable of autonomous inspection missions with a travel distance of 500km. This eliminates the need for supply…

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz