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Clara Fischer

Clara Fischer
TU Wien | TU Wien · Institute of Management Science

Dipl.-Ing

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Introduction

Publications

Publications (9)
Conference Paper
Der Einsatz von kollaborativen Robotersystemen schafft neue Herausforderungen für die Gewährleistung der Personensicherheit. Speziell im Falle einer Kollision muss die Einhaltung biomechanischer Grenzwerte sichergestellt werden. Da diese zum aktuellen Stand nicht in Prozesssimulationsprogramme integriert sind, ist eine automatisierte Si-cherheitsze...
Article
Collaborative robots (cobots) are becoming a significant part of smart factories, due to their potential for collaborative operation, relatively low cost, and high flexibility of use. They are increasingly being deployed in Learning and Teaching Factories, but industrial application still lags behind earlier enthusiastic expectations. Aside from sa...
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The market for cyber-physical systems, such as collaborative robots (cobots), continues to grow fast. Primarily, this is driven by megatrends, such as smart factories, which include interconnected machines and human-robot interaction. On the one hand, these new technologies lead to flexible manufacturing and a higher level of automation. On the oth...
Article
In diesem Beitrag wird eine neue Form des Lernens und Lehrens mit Hilfe von digitalen und kompakten Lernein- heiten, sogenannten Learning Nuggets, vorgestellt. Dieser Artikel beschäftigt sich mit dem Einsatz dieser Lehrform auf dem interdisziplinären Gebiet der Robotik, zeigt ihre Vorteile, Feedback der Lernenden und Möglichkeiten der Personalisier...
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The publication presents an overview of the use of digital human models (DHM) in academic education at five exemplary universities in Germany and Austria. In addition to the presentation of different human models, the integration of them into the respective lectures is discussed. The teaching concepts of the individual courses of the universities,...
Chapter
The collaborative robot safety mode ‘power and force limiting’ requires the compliance of biomechanical limits to ensure human safety. As part of the risk assessment, it is common to test possible contact points of a collaborative application for a) quasi-static contact (e.g. squeezing or clamping) and b) transient contact (collision with free impa...
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The formation of complex skills in collaborative robotics (cobotics) involves both a theoretical-cognitive and practical-empirical side. Measuring learning success is key to efficient skills development. Although the most common means of gauging learning are quiz-based tests or other subjective means that screen factual knowledge, they do not provi...
Poster
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The poster presents project 4 of the doctoral college #SafeSeclab https://safeseclab.tuwien.ac.at/ This project deals with automated safety verification of applications with fenceless cyber-physical production systems, such as collaborative robots, using digital manufacturing simulation software. The research focus is on collisions between humans...
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Der Einsatz von kollaborativen Robotern schafft neue Herausforderungen für die Gewährleistung der Personensicherheit. Speziell im Falle einer Kollision muss die Einhaltung biomechanischer Grenzwerte sichergestellt werden. Da diese zum aktuellen Stand nicht, beziehungsweise nicht vollständig, in Prozesssimulationsprogramme integriert sind, ist eine...

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Projects (4)
Project
Networked industrial manufacturing facilities require suitable system architectures that take into account both safety (the operation of the system must not harm humans) and security (protection against unauthorized manipulation). As part of the “TÜV AUSTRIA Research Lab for Safety and Security in Industry (#SafeSecLab)”, research questions on this topic are investigated within the framework of 9 dissertation projects at TU Wien. Through the support of experts from TÜV AUSTRIA and the involvement of stakeholders from industry, research results are transferred into industrial practice. https://safeseclab.tuwien.ac.at/en/
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RoboNuggets provides state of the art learning content for the Guided Learning Platform (GLP) of EIT Manufacturing. It creates modular, interactive lessons (so-called “learning nuggets”) in robotics and physical assistance in manufacturing. RoboNuggets employs an innovative didactical framework that supports the educational needs of different target groups (so-called “learning paths”). Industry partners and existing learning factories provide use cases from different business units and application areas. The learning factories in Vienna and associated learning factories will allow the production of nuggets in a controlled environment, testing of prototype content and practical exam. RoboNuggets will attract talents to manufacturing and increase the knowledge in robotics and physical assistance. Further, it will help to bridge the gap between education and learning and the needs of the industrial partners in order to ensure the necessary skills of current and future employees.