3 years (2021-2023)
€ 2 998 937,50 funding
Robotics4EU aims to ensure wider adoption of (AI-based) robots in healthcare, inspection, and maintenance of infrastructure, agri-food, and agile production.
The project aims to develop a responsible robotics maturity assessment model, empowering the robotics community by organising capacity building events and co-creation workshops, reaching out to policy makers by compiling a responsible robotics advocacy report, and transferring the project results to standardization bodies.
What we did
In Robotics4EU, LOBA is the organisation in charge of the project’s communication and dissemination. This entails taking the lead on tasks related with the development of the project dissemination and communication strategy.
LOBA is also looking to promote Robotic4EU results and findings to all stakeholders in the 4 key areas of the project as well as to the wider robotics community and to develop the responsible robotics knowledge hub, a online meeting point for the European high-level robotics community containing good practices, providing stakeholders with advice about non-technological aspects of robotics and facilitating knowledge exchange.