The courses of the IAARC Academy comprise "design" such as:
"Robot Oriented Design" where you learn how to adjust your design to
facilitate robotic construction in factories as well as on-site.
"Demographic Change Design" where you design not only for
accessibility, but also incorporate robotic, mechatronic, automatic and
other information and communication technologies into the building
system to alleviate independent daily life.
According to this
approach, one group of our courses copes with the technological
background of robotic-based off-site and on-site implementation.
Off-site applications are – just to name a few – flexible manufacturing
systems for precast concrete component production, wooden panel
production or steel box units etc., up to its customized production. Automated
solutions for on-site production might be single construction robots
for welding, spray painting, floor finishing, and components
manipulation, but also wholly integrated automated sites where the
production floor is either on top or on ground floor.
A second tier of courses deals with service science of buildings in such a way
that buildings transform to changing customer, tenants or user demands.
One of our focuses is to meet the challenges of demographic change by
explicitly developing socio-technical solutions. We also stand for the
design philosophy of developing subsystems and components whose
technical, functional, and economical life cycles are synchronized in
order to exchange single components or complex sub systems in order to
increase resource efficiency and life time user flexibility.
All courses are cornered by projects as well as incubator exercises where
one may verify his or her design, engineering, or servicing concept.
Our courses will be held in Munich, Germany, Chair for Building Realization and Robotics at the Technical University Munich. All lessons will be in English
Chair holder speaks at TEDx Stuttgart on RoboCon