Marc Alban (SwRI), Levi Armstrong (SwRI), Patrick Beeson (TracLabs), Mirko Bordignon (IPA), Douglas Brooks (SwRI), Min Ling Chan (ARTC), Dave Coleman (PickNic), Frantisek Durovshy (Photoneo), Clay Flannigan (SwRI), Alex Goins (SwRI), Thiago de Freitas Oliveira Araujo (IPA), Shaun Edwards (SwRI), Christina Gomez (SwRI), Mingli Han (ARTC), Stephen Hart (TracLabs), Kelsey Hawkins (GA Tech), Brett Hemes (3M), Paul Hvass (SwRI), Michel Lambert (CNRC), Victor Lamoine (Institut Maupertuis), Chris Lewis (SwRI), Mathias Lüdtke (IPA), Eric Marcil (Yaskawa Motoman NA), Murilo Martins (Ocado Technology), Felix Messmer (IPA), Jonathan Meyer (SwRI), Ted Miller (Yaskawa Motoman NA), Jorge Nicho (SwRI), Frederick Proctor (NIST), Isaac Saito (TORK), Craig Schlenoff (NIST), Shawn Schraerer (Motbot), Daniel Solomon (Amazon Robotics), Gijs van der Hoorn (TU Delft), Lars Tingelstad (NTNU), Florian Weisshardt (IPA), Nicholas Yeo (ARTC), Jeremy Zoss (SwRI)
Founder and Lead Architect of ROS-Industrial Software
Mr. Edwards is a co-founder at PlusOne Robotics. He has a decade of experience conceptualizing, designing, and deploying robotics and automation systems for factory automation. Prior to founding ROS-I, he was a visiting researcher at Willow Garage. Mr. Edwards received his Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University.
Gijs van der Hoorn
ROS-Industrial Project Manager, TU Delft
Gijs van der Hoorn is a researcher at the Delft Robotics Institute and the Delft BioRobotics Laboratory of the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands. His main interests include software engineering in experimental robotics contexts, industrial robotics and factory automation. At home, he enjoys tinkering with ROS, Mindstorms and his collection of robotic toys. Gijs received his Master of Science in Computer Science from the Technical University of Delft.
ROS-Industrial Consortium Americas Program Manager
Mr. Hvass is a Program Manager in the Robotics and Automation Engineering Section at SwRI. He is a champion on the topic of mobile manipulation for ROS-Industrial through his work with the ROS-Industrial Consortium Americas. Mr. Hvass has worked at SwRI in various capacities including robot developer, tester, inventor, and advocate for advanced manufacturing technologies for the past twelve years. He received his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin.
ROS-Industrial Project Manager, Fraunhofer IPA
Dr. Ulrich Reiser is heading the group for software engineering and system integration which aims at increasing the efficiency of both industrial and service robot application development. He holds a PhD from the University of Stuttgart in the area of software engineering for complex service robots. He was involved in various European research projects, e.g. COGNIRON, BRICS, SRS and R3-COP. He currently manages the ROS-Industrial Europe Consortium.
ROS-Industrial Project Manager, Fraunhofer IPA
Florian Weisshardt finished his studies of “Mechatronics and Automation” with the focus on Robot Systems at the University of Stuttgart in 2009. Since 2009 he is working as a Research Associate and project manager at the Service Robotics Group at Fraunhofer IPA in the field of System Engineering and Software Development for Service Robots. He is leading several national and international founded projects and coordinating the Open Source Software development for the Service Robot Care-O-bot and ROS-Industrial.
ROS-Industrial Consortium Europe Scientific Coordinator, TU Delft
Dr. Martijn Wisse is co-founder and associate professor of the TU Delft Robotics Institute. He heads the agile manufacturing research in Delft, and coordinates several national and international research projects within this theme such as "Factory-in-a-Day". Martijn has also co-founded two spin-off companies in the field of agile robotics. He holds a PhD in mechanical engineering for bio-inspired robotics from Delft University of Technology.
ROS-Industrial Consortium Europe Progam Manager, Fraunhofer IPA
Dr. Bordignon is a Senior Expert at Fraunhofer IPA, which he joined after spending four years in industry developing on-board and traffic control software for automated guided vehicles. As a graduate student and later postdoctoral researcher he investigated and developed novel software toolchains for modular robotics based on model-based code generation and domain-specific languages. He received BS and MS degrees from the University of Padova, Italy, and a PhD from the University of Southern Denmark. He held visiting positions at Örebro University, Sweden, and Harvard University, USA.
Min Ling Chan
ROS-Industrial Consortium Asia Pacific Progam Manager, ARTC (ASTAR)
Min Ling is a Senior Project Manager for the Robotics Process Development Team at ARTC, A*STAR. She joined ARTC after spending a few years in the automotive industry and manufacturing industry. She received her Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and Bachelor of Computer Science from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) at Melbourne, Australia.