Newsletter Issue #2

June 2022

To ensure widespread adoption of robotics, it is important to consider the non-technological aspects of robots technology development process. Robotics4EU is boosting this process, and this is what we have been up to lately:

  • From November 2021 to June 2022 Robotics4EU has organised 21 workshops on non technological aspects of healthcare, agri-food, agile production and inspection and maintenance robotics.
  • The Danish Board of Technology has organised citizen consultations on robotics – check out the results. Furthermore, the companies now have the opportunity to test their robotics solutions with end-users – we will organise online consultations and co-creation events with citizens. If your company is not yet part of that, please contact us and let us collaborate.
  • Importantly, we continue working on standardisation and Responsible Robotics Maturity Assessment Model and results of all our activities will be presented on the Robospot platform.
  • The world is opening up and we are happy to be part of the TechEthos cluster addressing ethical challenges related to emerging technologies, collaborating with RIMA network, euRobotics and a number of other projects.

Learn more on this second issue of our newsletter!

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