European Robotics Challenges

EuRoC aims to launch and run three industrially relevant challenges. There will be three-stage challenges in manufacturing, logistics, and servicing all of them involving the whole supply chain and fostering the tight collaboration between R&D, system integrators and end-user communities. EuRoC will also be focused on defining a common framework to empower robotics platforms and related benchmark infrastructures towards the development of new products and services, and developing sustainable solutions (with respect to methodologies + tools) to be benchmarked and customised to different end users, so as to enable future manufacturing and carry out further comparative challenges

  • November 12, 2020

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  EuRoc In order to face the challenges of the project, we will develop the following validation experiment
  • Three stages of increasing complexity:
    • Simulation
    • Realistic benchmark environment
    • End-user site
  • Empowering robotics platforms and benchmark infrastructures to be developed by core consortium and provided to challengers:
    • robot hardware and software with open interfaces (low-level)
    • system architecture frameworks and skills (high-level)
    • software engineering tools (programming, simulation)
    • models (components, hardware) for simulation and algorithms
    • technical support, maintenance
    • scientific guidance
    • reach-out and technology transfer
  • Sustainability and adaptability
    • Design challenges with increasing levels of complexity
    • Define clear benchmarking criteria and evaluation processes
    • Test and validate developed solutions continuously in realistic environments (benchmark arenas)
    • Integrate and evaluate methods, components, and tools for adaptable industrial robot solutions and service robots in industry, from simulation to implementation at real end users
    • Attract new end users toward customisable robot solutions
    • Develop sustainable methodologies and tools to carry out further comparative challenges
    • Updates to robotics and manufacturing roadmaps with findings from the challenge implementation

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