Conference: Autonomous and Robotic Construction of Infrastructure

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Date/Time:Tuesday, 02 Jun 2015 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location:Scheman Building
Channel:Institute for Transportation
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This conference will bring together national and international leaders in the development and application of autonomous/robotic process controls in construction of infrastructure. Learn about the current state of autonomous/robotic technology development and implementation in infrastructure construction across the country and globe; Help identify gaps and opportunities for continued innovation and broader application of these technologies.

Registration by May 22:

Constructing long-lasting roadway infrastructure requires careful process control. But operating earth-moving and compaction equipment, paving machines, and other equipment can be repetitive and often dangerous work that doesn't lend itself to high precision process control. The use of autonomous and robotically controlled road-building equipment has great potential to solve this problem.

This conference is part of an initiative by the Center for Earthworks Engineering Research (CEER) at Iowa State University to study and advance autonomous and robotic-guided equipment to improve productivity, quality, reliability, and safety. The conference will feature a keynote lecture and presentations by internationally recognized experts in the field of robotics and automation in construction.