openEASE within EU's Innovation Radar at CEBIT 2016

openEASE is invited to be part of the Innovation Radar stand of European Commission at CeBIT 2016 in Hannover between 14th and 16th of March. You can find openEASE booth at D50/17 in Hall 11.

openEASE is a web-based knowledge source for autonomous robots. It contains episodic memories of autonomous robots performing everyday activities: fetch and place, pizza cooking, chemical experiments, human-robot collaboration activities and many more.

Using a very powerful query language humans and robots can formulate semantic queries about the available episodic memories. openEASE reasons over these episodic memories and provides the humans and robots with specific answers.

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