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European Robotics Forum 2018
March 13 - March 15
The European Robotics Forum 2018 (ERF 2018), the most influential meeting of the robotics community in Europe, will be held in Tampere, on 13─15 March 2018. 1000 European robotics top experts are expected to attend the conference. ERF2018 covers current societal and technical themes related to the field of robotics. Interesting subjects will be discussed, including human-robot-collaboration and how robotics can improve industrial productivity and service sector operations. Researchers, engineers, managers, and a growing number of entrepreneurs, business people, and public funding officers from all over Europe come together to discuss technology push and market pull and how innovation in robotics can be accelerated.
Visit the RobMoSys’ System Engineering Workshop on March 14th at 2 p.m. in Duetto 2
We are looking forward to seeing you there!
ERF workshop “RobMoSys: Better Models, Better Tools, Better Systems” March 14th at 2 p.m. in Duetto 2 :
The objective of this RobMoSys workshop is threefold:
• to present the selected RobMoSys Open Call 1 projects to the community
• to present the work that the project partners themselves have already realised in the first year of the project
• explaining how interested parties beyond RobMoSys and beyond funded RobMoSys Open Call 1 projects can participate, collaborate and contribute (participate in workshops, summer schools, embedding researchers in consortium partner labs, open source co-development of models and tools, getting feedback and suggestions from RobMoSys in other H2020 projects, etc.).
14:00 Introduction and Overview from the RobMoSys Consortium
14:15 Short Presentations of the Open Call 1 Projects:
– CARVE – Integration of Behavioral Trees in RobMoSys: Presented by Christian Schlegel
– e-ITUS – Creating an infrastructure to assure system safety at design time (analysis and simulation) and at run time (monitoring): Presented by Huascar Espinoza
– EG-IPC – Extension of Intrinsically Passive Control model and integration in the RobMoSys ecosystem: Presented by Jan F. Broenink (University of Twente)
– MOOD2BE – Integration of Behavioral Trees in RobMoSys: Presented by Jesús Pablo González (Eurecat)
– RoQME -Tools and models for the assessment of Non-Functional properties in RobMoSys: presented by Antonio Bandera (Universidad de Málaga)
– Plug&Bench – Develop a component-based, composable benchmark system within the RobMoSys ecosystem: Presented by Matteo Matteucci (Politecnico di Milano)
14:35 Presentation of Community Involvement Instruments by RobMoSys (Workshops, Summer Schools, embedding researchers, open-source co-development, etc.)
14:45 Discussions and Q&A
Proposed topics for discussion
◦ What should a “Model-based robotics platform” really look like? Where does the platform stop, and the applications start?
◦ What does “composability” really mean, and where are the low-hanging fruits, as well as the really tough challenges?
◦ Workshops etc. for Community Involvement and Contributions
◦ Model-driven software engineering in robotics (tool builder perspective)
◦ EU Digital Industrial Platform for Robotics (system builder perspective)
◦ A software ecosystem benefitting the vast uptake of robotics (industry perspective)
◦ What are the really hard problems that we all need to see solved?