GARMI care robot becomes a universal assistant

Care robot GARMI (front left) in the research laboratory at the Technical Univer
Care robot GARMI (front left) in the research laboratory at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) in Garmisch-Partenkirchen is becoming increasingly adept.


From skill sets to an overall concept

For the first time, the assistance robot GARMI demonstrates that it can directly combine specific skills and support seniors throughout the day. With the help of a digital twin, artificial intelligence and ChatGPT, the care assistant from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) conducts caregiving tasks such as bringing water and breakfast to the bedside, booking medical appointments and setting up and facilitating telemedical examinations. It also helps care recipients to get out of bed and do rehabilitation exercises.

The GARMI assistance robot is becoming increasingly versatile and intelligent. ...
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