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Chair as Speaker on Latest Construction Robotics Applications in Kuala Lumpur
br2 Beitrag bei Leipziger Fachtagung Betonbauteile: "Automatisierte Fertigung und robotorisierte Montage, Instandhaltung, Um- und Rückbau von Fassaden"
Chair Shows newest Construction Robots and Automated Sites at 29 th GISOTON Seminar
Chair kick off Keynote of new Gerontech Master course at Kogakuin University, Tokyo, Japan
Dr Linner presents advanced service robotics for built environment at ecole centrale france
The chair is developing a Multifunctional Façade and Exterior Finishing Robot for The Construction Industry Council in Hong Kong
Digitalisierung und Robotik in der Bauwirtschaft - Trends und Chancen
BaltSe@nioR Virtual Library Is On Air
Visiting Professor Dr.-Ing. habil. A. Bulgakow assigned TUM ambassador by president Herrmann on 2nd Dec. in Culture Denter Gasteig, Munich
br2 Keynote and plenary session at GIES Gerontech International Exhibition cum Summit
Sino German Industrial Design Innovation Research School
Upcoming REACH workshop on data analytics and machine learning for early engagement in physical activity

 

Automated and Sustainable Building Construction


 

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Automated and Sustainable Building Construction is a two year study (January 2016 - December 2017) co-funded by a grant from the Germany / Hong Kong Joint Research Scheme sponsored by the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong (Reference No. G-HKU704/15) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD Grant No. 57217359). As part of the study, the Chair for Building Realisation and Robotics (TUM, Prof. Bock) and the Hong Kong University’s Department of Civil Engineering (Prof. Wei Pan) cooperate for the identification of scenarios in the context of using automated and robotic technologies for sustainable high-rise construction. The study will integrate the complementary knowledge of the partners in the field of automated construction (TUM) and sustainable high-rise construction and build scenarios for 2025 for Hong Kong by considering a broad array of influencing factors.