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Expansion of CTI Renato Archer's mobile network facility to support socially interactive robots operating in public environments


CTI develops its activities with an emphasis on four axes: research, development and innovation; technological services and consultancy; offer of open laboratories and in the alignment and fulfillment of public policies. The Master Plan (PDU) for the period from 2021 to 2025 establishes four major technological routes for the CTI to operate: Technologies for Industry 4.0; Advanced Technologies for Health; Technologies for Government and Digital Transformation and Enabling Technologies. This performance model encourages the integration of internal technical competences, and that of partners, with the main purpose of contributing to the advancement of the country's productive capacity and the improvement of conditions for the promotion of innovations of interest to society. The goal is to create an environment capable of promoting scientific and technological advances and the development of innovative solutions. One laboratory that is part of this structure is Robotics and Computational Vision Laboratory. It aims to create, disseminate and apply technologies in robotics, computer vision, human-robot interaction, cognitive systems and IoT, among others, to optimize computational processes and physical environments in industrial environments, such as those required by Industry 4.0 and Advanced Health, as well as residential automation and environmental control and public spaces.This proposal aims to expand the CTI's internet network facilities, through the acquisition of WiFi interface equipment, providing greater bandwidth and access to the ROSANA platform - RObot for Social interAction in uNstructured dynAmic environments, thus benefiting research projects that depend on this infrastructure. One of these is the Regular Research Support Project (process nº 2020/07074-3), approved in 2021 at the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP), by the Robotics and Visual Computational Laboratory group, led by researcher Dr. Josué Jr Guimarães Ramos. (AU)

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