INBOTS members from all over Europe got together for the third and last annual meeting which took place at The Institute of Philosophy in Madrid on a two-day event that was arranged with the purpose of defining the project’s future path. The team successfully discussed the previous performance of each one of the knowledge fields and established a series of strategies that will be carried out throughout 2020.
Prof. María Amparo Grau Ruiz, the principal investigator at INBOTS from the University Complutense, in collaboration with Eduard Foch-Villaronga, Postdoctoral Researcher at the eLaw Center for Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden University, and Laura Aymerich-Franch, researcher at Pompeu Fabra University, have
INBOTS project participated at the Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition -, the three-day European event dedicated to technological innovation that took place at the Rome Fair on 18-20 October. Over 600 projects were presented during the event: from
INBOTS is part of the development of a Swedish exhibition that invites the public to reflect on the social robots of the future. The exhibition “Hello Robot” opened on October 5, 2019 at the Work Museum in Norrköping and wants
Yolanda Sánchez-Uran Azaña from our Working team on legal, social and economics perspective, spoke about The Impact of Robotics and Computerization on the Labour Market: Inclusive insight from a Law and Economics perspective.This papers , forthcoming in Law and Innovation
It was a great day yesterday at San Telmo Museum, in Bilbao, where in the context of Hello Robot Expo we had the presentation of the teaser of our second documentary on Inclusive Robotics leaded by the Institute of Philosophy
We interview Susanne Frennert, PhD Rehabilitation Engineering and member of the KTH team at INBOTS leader of the WP 6. Which is the role of KTH in the INBOTS project? KTH is the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. We
What is DIH² about? DIH² is a network of 26 DIHs (digital innovation hubs), with a target to reach over 170 DIHs. The sole aim of the network is to spark incremental (cut 50% cost of advance robotics solutions, double the growth of robotics market) and disruptive (maximum productivity & optimum agility) innovations in over 300,000 Manufacturing SMEs and Mid-Caps.
After a year of working to create a knowledge community to enable the development of an interactive robotics industry on a common paradigm of responsible research and innovation, the industry is beginning to echo the work that INBOTS is doing.