Research Topics

Virtual & Augmented Reality

The fusion of the real and virtual world enables a wide range of applications for intuitive human-machine interaction, simulation of complex scenarios and visualization of information. At its core are the main topics of visual computing, virtual reality systems and virtual 3D worlds. Modern sensor technology enables the recording of objects and external scenarios as well as interaction with them. New visualization methods and automated procedures enable natural reconstructions in real time.

News

Prague. Virtual and augmented reality for remote industrial production control or a system for its rapid adaptation according to the customer's...

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Industry as well as academia have made great advances working towards an overall vision of fully autonomous driving. Despite the success stories,...

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Künstliche Intelligenz verändert die Arbeitswelt umfassend. Sie hat das Potential, dem Menschen als digitaler Arbeitspartner zur Seite zu stehen und...

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Projects

Intentionsbasierte kooperative Roboterhandlungsplanung und Werkerunterstützung in Fabrikumgebungen

The InCoRAP project investigates human-robot interaction in factory environments, taking into account human intention. This allows for a smooth interaction between humans and robots, since the robot...

Automotive Robust Radar Sensing

Radar sensors are very important in the automotive industry because they have the ability to directly measure the speed of other road users. The DFKI is working with our partners to develop...

Augmented Retail (AR)

The Augmented Retail project, a joint effort of DFKI (Germany), SAP (Germany), VividWorks (Finland), and the University of Paris-Sud (France), brings a novel service to the retail market providing...

End-to-end Digital Integration based on Modular Simulation of Natural Human Motions

This Project brings KI into the Assembly of Cars

Visualization and digital modeling activities are increasingly finding their place in the automotive industry as well as in a large number of different...

Adaptive, Multimodal Sensing with Unobtrusive Head Mounted Devices

Complex head/face-based devices will become increasingly suitable for use in everyday situations in the future due to a combination of changing consumer attitudes and technical progress. The...

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz