Antonio Salvador from FundingBox tell us how to unlock the full potencial of your company thanks to EU
The European Union (EU) has long been a pioneer in promoting and supporting the technological development of its member countries. Through a variety of funding initiatives, open calls for proposals, and other support mechanisms, the EU has enabled European companies to become world leaders in innovation, research and development, and technological advancement.
Prof. Bram Vanderborght explains how robots and people interact
Brubotics, Vrije Universiteit Brussel & imec.
As professor Rodney Brooks stated: “How robots and people interact is going to be crucial for a successful world.” The EURobin science domain “Interact” deals with safe, energy-efficient and effective physical interaction with the world, which is fundamentally different from agents in the digital world, since physical robots have much more potential to cause significant physical harm and damage.
The euROBIN network of excellence
euROBIN seeks to bring together the robotics community and to benefit science, industry, and society while promoting European values. The network is a facilitator of knowledge transfer and exchange between research institutions and industry partners. Currently, 31 members are part of the euROBIN network of excellence:
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
DLR is the Federal Republic of Germany's research centre for aeronautics and space. DLR’s work is diverse and geared towards the needs of society. It focuses on research in the areas of mobility, energy, communications, security, digitalisation and, of course, aeronautics and space, which gave DLR its name 60 years ago.
Visit Deutsches Zentrum für Luft – und Raumfahrt (DLR) for more.