The goal of the “Carinthia University of Applied Sciences Research Videos” is to visualize complex research projects. The contents of future projects are represented compactly and succinctly within these videos. This video shows the initial phases of the rescue robot TRUDI, which was developed by the Systems Engineering degree program within the School of Engineering and IT and was placed on its successful course.
The research video, produced by the company FRISCHLUFT, was honored in the ScienceClip.at video contest in the category Partner Institutions. Researcher Martin Sereinig as well as robot TRUDI show the achievements and possible applications of robotics at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences.
Stefan Quendler, an expert in robotics and a researcher in the School of Engineering & IT, accepted the award in the name of the entire team at a ceremony at the Technical University of Vienna on December 2.
ScienceClip.at has staged the scientific video contest for secondary and tertiary students as well as institutions since 2013. The video platform for people interested in technology provides fascinating topics from nature, technology, and research and development in a contemporary manner.