Alexandra is an open-minded person interested in socio-economic impact of digital platforms as well as new business models in post-corona society. Her scientific curiosity is driven by a need to develop new toolkits for current economic conditions called new norm. She graduated with a Master of Finance from University of Freiburg, Germany.
She is participating in an interdisciplinary DIREC research project HERD (Human-Multi-Robot Interaction in Search & Rescue and in Agriculture). In short, the project addresses how an operator can engage and control multiple autonomous robots. The research focus is on two use cases of industrial partners a) search and rescue operation with multiple autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and b) multi-robot field operations. My contribution is to understand the potential of platformization for the use cases with a particular emphasis on platform governance.
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Christian Lyhne Ibsen; Kasper Andreas Rømer Grøntved; Maria-Theresa Oanh Hoang; Alexandra Hettich; Niels van Berkel; Mikael Skov; Alea Scovill; Gareth Edwards; Kenneth Richard Geipel; Lars Dalgaard; Ulrik Pagh Schultz Lundquist; Ioanna Constantiou; Christiane Lehrer; Timothy Merritt / The HERD Project : Human-Multi-Robot Interaction in Search & Rescue and in Farming. In: Adjunct Proceedings of the 2022 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) : IEEE 2022, p. 1-4