INBOTS brings together experts from different disciplines involved in the understanding and acceptance of Interactive Robotics, promoting the collaboration between four pillars and six areas of expertise (technical, legal, business, socioeconomic, standardization, etc).
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- One approach to include horizontal aspects in standardisation could be through the funding of European research projects with a Technology Readiness Level of six or higher4 December, 2020INBOTS is working to develop a standardization and benchmarking strategy related to horizontal aspects of interactive robots, like their safety or performance in different application domains such as medical, industry, consumer and service. This activity is led by Deutsches Institut fuer Normung (DIN) at the Work Package 4 that in collaboration with other partners, is working on identifying current needs in standardization and benchmarking of performance and safety of interactive robots in different application domains. They have been analysing the impact of close human-robot interaction for standardization and benchmarking and defining an […]
- Health care includes advanced robots that have been used for a while such as robotized assistance for surgery and robots for social care28 October, 2020One of the objectives of INBOTS is to promote societal and socio-economic uptake of robotics. The project has a specific work package for this purpose, led by KTH Royal Institute of Technology. This work package collects best practices of new robotic applications, grasp the societal values, needs and expectations of robotics and what specific robotic applications are needed, and identify a set of key areas where the potential to meet society’s needs is ethically acceptable and socially desirable. It also brings together a variety of stakeholders to exchange ideas and expertise, and bringing attention to the connection between robotics […]