Knowledge transfer and capacity building in inspection and maintenance of infrastructure

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WP3 “Empowerment of responsible robotics community” aims to broaden and empower the responsible robotics community by transferring knowledge and sharing good practices about non-technological aspects of robotics and their impact.

To further investigate the challenges identified in the project’s Needs Analysis deliverable, covering ethical, legal, socioeconomic, cyber-security, data protection, privacy, diversity, and inclusive engagement issues – Civitta Estonia and Civitta Lithuania organised six thematic workshops for inspection and maintenance (I&M) community. Workshops were organised in close collaboration with other robotics projects, including RIMA Network1, RI4EU2 and other robotics stakeholders with access to the I&M application area in robotics, and D3.4 describes the main results of these workshops.

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