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#ERF2016 webcam: Horizon2020 project pitches

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01 April 2016



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ERF_WebcamRobohub was at the European Robotics Forum in Lubljana, Slovenia last week. We captured pitches from some of the European projects presented at the conference and funded under the last Horizon2020 calls in robotics.

It was quite a lively exhibit hall, so apologies for some of the background noise.

Mary Ellen Foster – University of Glasgow
MuMMER: MultiModal Mall Entertainment Robot


Ales Ude – Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
ReconCell: A Reconfigurable robot workCell for fast set-up of automated assembly processes in SMEs


Elena De Momi – Politecnico De Milano, Italy
EDEN2020: Enhanced Delivery Ecosystem for Neurosurgery in 2020


Stefano Stramigioli – University of Twente
MURAB: MRI and Ultrasound Robotic Assisted Biopsy


Franziska Kirstein – Blue Ocean Robotics
BabyRobot: Child-Robot Communication and Collaboration: Edutainment, Behavioural Modelling and Cognitive Development in Typically Developing and Autistic Spectrum Children


Tamim Asfour – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Xperience and SecondHands


We also had startup Robbo stop by the ERFCam.
Kristina Karkkonen



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