Dear Roboticist,

we are proud to present the newly selected Projects (Integrated Technical Projects, ITPs) of the second RobMoSys Open Call. Every submitted proposal was carefully assessed by external reviewers as well as members of the Core Consortium, and evaluated according to the expected impact, technical and scientific excellence and implementation plans.

Out of all the proposals, eleven Integrated Technical Projects were selected to receive funding from the H2020 RobMoSys project:


Find more information on each ITP of the second call here.

AROSYS - Advanced Robot Simulations for RobMoSys

CMCI - Composable Models for Compliant Interaction Control

COCORF - Component Composition from Real-time Function Blocks

EGCS - Energy-Guided Control Stacks and Robot-Software Architectures using Model-Driven Design

ForSAMARA - Formal Safety Analysis in Modular Robotic Applications    

MIRoN - QoS Metrics-In-the-loop for better Robot Navigation

MROS - Metacontrol for ROS2 systems

SafeCC4Robot - Safety Component Composition for Robots

SCOPE - Skill composition with verified system properties

SmartDDS - Guidelines for Improving SmartMDSD with DDS and QoS attributes for communications

VERICOMP - Verifiable Composition of Dynamics and Control Algorithms for Robot Motion


Want to know more?

Read about the six Integrated Technical Projects (ITPs) from the RobMoSys first open call


Kicking off the new Integrated Technical Projects (ITPs)

More than 50 participants gathered at the Technical University of Munich for the RobMoSys Kick-off meeting on Wednesday October 23rd, where the new members of the RobMoSys project had the opportunity to meet up with their coaches. 

COACHES:  The RobMoSys project assigns one member of the core consortium to each ITP with the following role: to assist the assigned ITP in aligning with RobMoSys background in a consistent way; to serve as main link between the ITP and the RobMoSys consortium for questions or requests or to trigger potential collaborations or interactions between ITPs

The meeting was kicked-off by Huascar Espinoza (CEA), the coordinator of the RobMoSys project, followed by a technical introduction to the project by Professor Christian Schlegel from Technical HS Ulm.

Every ITP had the opportunity to introduce itself to the other fellow ITPs and to meet up with their coaches in dedicated small groups. Ideas were exchanged and many interesting discussions took place - also during lunch and dinner.

All presentations of our Kick-Off meeting can be found here. 

DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE - APPLY NOW for the second cut-off date on OCTOBER 31st.

Send us your proposals for Instruments #1 and #3

What we are looking for and how to apply.


Where to meet us next?

IROS 2019, Macau

Visit the RobMoSys half-day tutorial on November 8th:

Model-Driven Robot Software Engineering: From ROS-specific coding to framework-agnostic modeling 

by Prof. Dr. Christian SCHLEGEL, University of Applied Sciences Ulm; Prof. Dr. Herman BRUYNINCKX, KU Leuven; Huascar ESPINOZA, PhD, CEA List

RoboSoft an event of the Royal Academy of Engineering, London

Prof. Christian Schlegel from Technische Hochschule Ulm on Wednesday November 13th talking about Separation of Roles and Model-Driven Approaches as Enabler of a Robotics Software Ecosystem

Stay up to date - find all information about upcoming events on:

Wishing all our new RobMoSys ITPs a great start!

Anna Principato
on behalf of the RobMoSys consortium


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