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Have a say on these robotics solutions before they enter the market!

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24 September 2022



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Robotics solutions and technologies are rapidly changing society and transforming the way we live and work – with both positive improvements and unforeseen consequences.

In Robotics4EU we wish to ensure that citizens have a say when it comes to these new technologies and how they affect everyday life. Therefore, we have gathered robots which are being developed right now or have just entered the market. We have set these up in a survey style consultation.

TAKE THE CITIZENS’ AUDIT HERE

By answering the survey, you get the opportunity to have an influence on these robotics solutions, as your answers will be given directly to the companies behind the robots, who will use your feedback in the further development of the robots.

The solutions to give feedback to are various: from a robot that gives throat swabs, to a humanoid that assists medical personnel and even a solution that aims to protect farmers’ crops.



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Robotics4EU is a 3-year-long project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
Robotics4EU is a 3-year-long project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.





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