Gideon Brothers

talk

srijeda | 14:30 | KSET

AI & 3D Vision-Powered Autonomous Mobile Robots

What does it take for a mobile robot to perform autonomously in logistics, manufacturing, and retail industries? It takes a human-like perception of the environment powered by advanced AI & 3D vision! From the sensor to the high-level algorithms, we produce a system capable of delivering value to customers worldwide by focusing on what really matters - high-level perception! To hear more about the system architecture and HW & SW modules needed for such autonomy, join us for our talk and learn more about GB autonomy.

O predavaču

Josip Ćesić holds an MSc (Magna Cum Laude, 2013) and Ph.D. (2017) in Electrical Engineering & IT from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. In 2017, he received the “Silver Plaque” for a particularly successful doctoral dissertation and scientific research. He is the Head of Autonomous Technologies and one of the co-founders at Gideon Brothers. His responsibilities include the development of the full autonomy stack and related technologies, product ownership, and product management for ROVIS. As a Co-Founder and member of the “Core Team,” he is actively involved with strategic planning and various business and management activities at Gideon Brothers. Before joining the company, he was a Research Associate at the Laboratory for Autonomous Systems and Mobile Robotics (2013-2017). His main interests are in the areas of autonomous systems and robotics, as well as team leadership and product management. He is the co-author of more than 20 scientific journal and conference papers presented at the most relevant international scientific robotics events.

O poduzeću

Gideon Brothers develops autonomous, collaborative, and modular robot platforms and autonomy technologies for unstructured, indoor, human environments. Our robots are designed to assist operations in various industries. In our offices in Zagreb and Osijek, we have gathered a team of 70+ super-talented people, including nine PhDs and 35+ Masters of robotics hardware and software engineering and related disciplines.