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Latest release of Multi-Annual Roadmap (MAR) for Horizon 2020 now online

Europe’s roadmap for robotics released its latest version on 2 December. The MAR is updated annually as priorities, technologies and strategic developments shape European research development and i...
07 December 2016, by

The Robot Economy: Interview with MEP Mady Delvaux

In our final interview in The Robot Economy series, we speak with Mady Delvaux, Member of the European Parliament (MEP) and Chair of the Working Group on robotics. Mady has written an extensive draft ...
08 October 2016, by

The Robot Economy: Interview with Alan Manning

In today’s interview, we sat down with Alan Manning, Professor of Labour Economics at the London School of Economics. He is a leading author in his field, particularly in understanding the imperfect...
27 September 2016, by

The Robot Economy: Interview with Alan Winfield

Robots and their impact on the economy is on the forefront of everyone’s mind. Will robots increase productivity and jobs, improve society, and will wealth be shared? To address this question, we’...
24 August 2016, by

Exoskeletons: From helping people walk to controlling robots in space

44 million people aged between 15 and 64 report a basic activity difficulty, with the most prominent disabilities centered around lifting and carrying, walking, bending, sitting or standing. Strokes a...
11 August 2016, by

Automatica’s exhibitors were trumpeting Industry 4.0. Is this the turning point for robotics?

Industry 4.0 - the fourth industrial revolution - was the main theme at the largest robot and automation fair in the world, Germany's AUTOMATICA, which took place in Munich throughout the last week o...
04 July 2016, by and



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Mining and nuclear decommissioning: Robots in dangerous and dirty areas

Workers have long confronted dangerous and dirty jobs. They’ve had to dig to the bottom of mines, or put themselves in harm's way to decommission ageing nuclear sites. It’s time to make these jobs...
03 June 2016, by

Building a startup ecosystem for robotics in Europe

It’s an exciting time to have a startup in robotics. The European startup ecosystem is improving year-after-year and provides networking, mentoring and funding opportunities. The aim is to build a v...
20 May 2016, by

Farming with robots

Farmers are increasingly under pressure to feed more people. The UN predicts that the world population will rise from 7.3 billion today to 9.7 billion in 2050. This growing population has become picki...
04 May 2016, by

What to expect from autonomous cars

Over 25,700 people died in car crashes in the European Union in 2014, and 200,000 came home with life-changing injuries....
21 April 2016, by

Robots that may help you in your silver age

By 2020, a quarter of Europeans will be over 60. In their silver age, many would like to stay in their homes and will require care from family or social workers....
07 April 2016, by

Why making robots is still hard

Making robots is no easy task. If you talk to roboticists, they will tell you that it took years before the last robot they built or programmed was any good at performing a specific task. And although...
23 March 2016, by

European Robotics: Creating new markets for SMEs

In this original ten-part series, we're putting the spotlight on European Robotics. You'll be hearing from experts about the latest robotics technology with the power to change the way we work, live, ...
09 March 2016, by







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