Dear Roboticist,

the closing date of the RobMoSys call is approaching. If you want to make a step change in system-level composition for robotics, and haven't submitted your proposal yet, NOW is the time!

Get inspired and find all the information you need by browsing through the RobMoSys Wiki, where you can find pilot projects demonstrating the RobMoSys approach.

All information on how to apply can be found in the open call section of our website. You can  download the Guide for Applicants and Proposal Template here.

Don't miss the last chance of getting funding from the first RobMoSys open call!

Anna Principato
on behalf of the RobMoSys consortium


If you haven't submitted yet, get started now!

Timeline of the 1st RobMoSys Call

The first RobMoSys Open Call was opened on July 10th and will be closing on October 9th, 2017. The evaluation & physical panel meeting will talke place between October and December 2017. Applicants will be informed about the results in December 2017.

There will be up to 12 projects selected to start on March 1st 2018 with a runtime of 12 months. A second Open Call is planned to be opened in April 2019.


Pilots: Demonstrating the RobMoSys Approach

RobMoSys uses pilots to demonstrate the use of its approach through the development of full applications with robots. Pilots span different domains and different kind of applications.

The pilots can be provided to project contributors to support designing, developing, testing, benchmarking and demonstrating their contribution. read more in our Wiki 


What we are looking for

The project asks for contributions that realise a step change in system-level composition for robotics, and that demonstrate this in real-world scenarios. The step change must not only be visible in the modelling foundation of the contributions, but also in the industry-grade quality of their realisation. Indeed, in the medium-term future, companies should be able to rely on the RobMoSys outcomes to build robotic applications by composing high quality composable models and associated software functions.

Proposals need to illustrate their contribution in a relevant use-case with coverage of all of the following: tooling, models and associated software (implementations that realise the models, and that are created/configured by the tooling) demonstrated on system-level prototypical scenarios in, e.g., navigation and manipulation.

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