With great succes did the MIRANA-team demonstrate the latest improvements on the MIRANA robot! The visitors at the reopening of the new UKSH in Kiel were very impressed and interested in the way we want[…]
If you would like to contribute to our speech sample collection for the MIRANA wake-word detection, we would appreciate you downloading our application and follow the instructions.
ROB student Nico Studt presents the key technologies that enable MIRANA to navigate in buildings, to follow humans and to interact with them on specific topics. The aim is for MIRANA to help patients to[…]
We’ve partnerd with UKSH, BAM Deutschland, VAMED, IP UKSH to speed up the development for a prototpye for the hospital UKSH (University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein). If you’re interested in becoming a partner, don’t hesitate to contact[…]
Nice to see that our MIRANA project with IBM is present at the #ThinkatIBM. Have a look for yourself and see the future of human-robot interaction. Thanks to Nico Studt and Nils Rottmann for presenting!
Our student team (Rabia Demirci, Robin Denz, Emre Ergün, Nico Studt) and ROB scientist Nils Rottmann successfully presented MIRANA at the Healthcare Hackathon in Mainz. The success and feedback from visitors was overwhelming, thank you[…]
Research assistant Nils Rottmann presented MIRANA project together with colleague from IBM at the Big Data AI Summit on April 10, 2019 in Berlin. https://www.big-data.ai/
The initial idea of developing a mobile robot for intelligent navigation in hospitals came to the mind of Prof. Ernst after a phone call with the construction company of the new university hospital on campus[…]
The ROB team received the challenge prize at the Healthcare Hackathon Kiel @healthhackkiel with Loomo’s (now MIRANA) debut on the stage on September 14, 2018. The goal of the project is to develop an intelligent[…]