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 After the demonstration of the [[/​blog/​successful_demonstration_by_bachelor_project_suturo|intermediate milestone]] in February, the SUTURO bachelor project has now presented its final results. As part of the project, 14 students implemented a mobile pick-and-place application on the PR2 robot. The PR2 is able to recognize objects of different kinds and sort them into a box (for non-edible items) or bring them to the opposite counter (in case they are edible). If an object is unknown, it tries to scan the barcode and retrieve semantic information about this object from the Web. More information can be found in the video on the right and on the [[http://​www.suturo.de|SUTURO homepage]]. After the demonstration of the [[/​blog/​successful_demonstration_by_bachelor_project_suturo|intermediate milestone]] in February, the SUTURO bachelor project has now presented its final results. As part of the project, 14 students implemented a mobile pick-and-place application on the PR2 robot. The PR2 is able to recognize objects of different kinds and sort them into a box (for non-edible items) or bring them to the opposite counter (in case they are edible). If an object is unknown, it tries to scan the barcode and retrieve semantic information about this object from the Web. More information can be found in the video on the right and on the [[http://​www.suturo.de|SUTURO homepage]].
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 For implementing this functionality,​ the SUTURO team used open-source software components developed by the IAI group such as the [[http://​www.cram-project.org|CRAM plan-based executive]] and the [[http://​www.knowrob.org|KnowRob knowledge base]]. For implementing this functionality,​ the SUTURO team used open-source software components developed by the IAI group such as the [[http://​www.cram-project.org|CRAM plan-based executive]] and the [[http://​www.knowrob.org|KnowRob knowledge base]].