The second Robotics4EU co-creation workshop is about to take place on the 6th of June, in OsloMet University, in Oslo (Norway).
In this workshop, robot developers and end-users will collaborate to explore the potential opportunities and implications of robotics solutions within healthcare. At the workshop we will focus on 10 aspiring robotics solutions within Healthcare and together discuss the non-technological aspects of implementing robots.
If you are a robot company/developer
Join us and you’ll get the opportunity to examine important aspects of your robotic application from a societal perspective and a chance to discuss your robotic solutions with potential future end users or stakeholders of your solution.
During the workshop, participants will in groups use a discussion tool developed by the Danish Board of Technology to assess the societal readiness of their robotics solutions. After assessing the SRL of the robots, participants will further engage in discussions on how to prepare the robots for society by discussing a set of reflexive questions within the five topics of: Ethics, Socioeconomics, Legal, Data, and Engagement & Education.
If you are a potential end-user and stakeholders of robots
Join us and you’ll get the opportunity to examine important aspects of robotic applications from a societal perspective and a chance to give you insights and honest feedback to robotics developers.
The workshop is free to attend and it will be possible to receive reimbursement on your travel and accommodation by the Robotics4EU project. There is a maximum of 450€ for reimbursement per participant (more details about the reimbursement on the file attached). If you want to receive reimbursement please indicate this in your registration and we will send you more information.
Food and beverages will be provided, and there will be plenty of opportunities to network and collaborate with fellow participants.
|09h30 – 10h CET||Registration and welcome coffee|
|10h – 12h45 CET||Workshop|
- Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway
- Meeting room: FG020
- Floor: -1
- Campus building: Falbesgate 5
- Oslomet – Oslo Metropolitan University
- Check Mazemap to find the meeting place!
Please follow this link to register for the workshop.