euRobotics AISBL
Diamant Building
Boulevard A. Reyers 80
1030 Brussels

Phone: +32 2 706 8203

Welcome to euRobotics AISBL

"Promoting Excellence in European Robotics"

euRobotics aims to promote excellence in robotics by providing many networking opportunities to its members from both industry and academia, to exchange knowledge within the robotics community and to shape the future of robotics in Europe through cooperation between both sides. 

One of the association’s main missions is to collaborate with the European Commission (EC) to develop and implement a strategy and a roadmap for research, technological development and innovation in robotics, in view of the launch of the next framework program Horizon 2020. Towards this end, euRobotics aisbl was formed to engage from the private side in a contractual Public-Private Partnership with the European Union as the public side.

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Official launch of SPARC, the PPP in Robotics, with the European Commission at AUTOMATICA 2014 opening

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Interesting article on the Austrian Newspaper Der Standard, with the 3 main reasons to use robotics, featuring euRobotics AISBL members:

Patrick Schwarzkopf from VDMA/EUnited Robotics and
Markus Vincze from the Technical University of Vienna

Letter to the Editor of The Economist commenting on the Article “Rise of the Robots” (29 March 2014)

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Topic Group Coordinators meet in Frankfurt

Topic Groups are the “work horses” of the PPP on Robotics. Each one reflects a particular aspect of robotics – from application domains to underpinning technologies. Their work is the major input to the annually updated, multi-annual European Roadmap on Robotics.
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Signature of the Contractual Public-Private Partnership(cPPP) in Robotics

On the 17th of December 2013 the cPPP in Robotics was signed in a Ceremony between euRobotics, represented by its President Bernd Liepert and the European Union, represented by the European Commission Vice President Neelie Kroes.
You can find our press release of the event here

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European Robotics Week 2014,

24 to 30 November 2014
European Robotics Forum 2015,
Vienna, Austria

March 2015