*Centre for Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop,
Cluster of Excellence at TU Dresden.

We are CeTI*,
researching on various aspects of Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop.

*Centre for Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop,
Cluster of Excellence at TU Dresden.

We are CeTI*,
researching various aspects of the
Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop.

Robot Worker

How will our work environment change due to robots?

How will our work environment change due to robots?

Robot Worker

How will we learn in the future?

How will we learn in the future?

How will robots help the old and the oldest-old?

How will robots help the old and the oldest-old?

By democratising skills on global scale!

By democratising skills on global scale!

Research
focus

Multidisciplinary
cluster

Society and
network

CeTI’s central vision is to enable humans to interact in quasi real-time with cyber-physical systems (CPS) in the real or virtual world over intelligent wide-area communication networks. Such advances go far beyond the current state-of-the-art approaches in computer and engineering sciences: intelligent communication networks and adaptive CPS for quasi real-time co-operations with humans require online mutual learning mechanisms, which are crucial challenges.

To tackle these challenges, CeTI will conduct unique interdisciplinary research and will address major open research topics in key areas of the complexity of human control in the human–machine loop, sensor and actuator technologies, software and hardware designs, and the communication networks as the basis for several novel use cases grouped in medicine, industry, and the Internet of Skills.

CeTI’s central vision is to enable humans to interact in quasi real-time with cyber-physical systems (CPS) in the real or virtual world over intelligent wide-area communication networks. Such advances go far beyond the current state-of-the-art approaches in computer and engineering sciences: intelligent communication networks and adaptive CPS for quasi real-time co-operations with humans require online mutual learning mechanisms, which are crucial challenges.

To tackle these challenges, CeTI will conduct unique interdisciplinary research and will address major open research topics in key areas of the complexity of human control in the human–machine loop, sensor and actuator technologies, software and hardware designs, and the communication networks as the basis for several novel use cases grouped in medicine, industry, and the Internet of Skills.

News (2020-03-26)

Due to the current situation, the entire CeTI team works from home office. In order to keep fit in our home offices, we do sports together with all colleagues and our personal trainer Pit and the CeTI speaker Prof. Frank Fitzek via internet every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30 am. Be part of it and join us here.

Outlook

UNI-Tag 2020 at TU Dresden with CeTI

On 16th May 2020, CeTI will participate at the UNI-Tag of TU Dresden as planned, however only in a digital version. Unfortunately, due to the Corona Pandemic, we are not able [...]