Organizers

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The euRobotics Coordination Action targets two main objectives: the improvement of cooperation between industry and academia, and the enhancement of public perception of (European) robotics.
The euRobotics Coordination Action is funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Program, Challenge 2: Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics. (FP7-ICT-244852; 01/2010-12/2012). 

Further information at:
http://www.eurobotics-project.eu
 

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EUROP
, the European Robotics Technology Platform, is an industry-driven framework for the main stakeholders in robotics to strengthen Europe's competitiveness in robotic R&D, as well as global markets, and to improve quality of life.

Further information at:
http://www.robotics-platform.eu
 

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EURON
 is a shorthand for European Robotics Research Network. It is the community of more than 200 academic and industrial groups in Europe with a common interest in doing advanced research and development to make better robots.

Further information at:
http://www.euron.org

 

eunited robotics
The members of EUnited Robotics are manufactures and system integrators creating a network of industry leaders in Europe. Furthermore, EUnited Robotics is a cooperation platform among all stakeholders - From research institutions to national associations and costumers.
 
Further information at:
http://www.eu-nited.net/robotics
 

Host

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Danish Technological Institute
 develop, apply and disseminate research- and technologically-based knowledge for the Danish and International business sectors.  As such we participate in development projects which are of use to society in close collaboration with leading research and educational institutions both in Denmark and abroad.

DTI Centre for Robot Technology is the birthplace for innovative robotics solutions of tomorrow. Denmark's SME dominated manufacturing industry as well as professionalized health care and welfare sectors set the scene for ambitious industry and academia collaborations targeting advanced cognitive robotic solutions. DTI Centre for Robot Technology as a leading innovator plays a vital role in this strive for fruitful impact on Danish and European society.

Further information at:
http://www.dti.dk/services/23617

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DIRA works with developing Danish companies' competitiveness on the international markets through the introduction of robot technology and related automation. Today, DIRA is the gathered forum for the subscription and promotion of knowledge and experience of robots and related automation both national and international.

Further information at:
http://www.dira.dk
 

carenet
As a member of CareNet you will be close to developers, suppliers, costumers, end user organizations and authorities with interest in welfare technology. You will influence the development in a field with great societal need for action and a large potential. The network gives the opportunity for a larger network and knowledge, to contribute to product and process innovation, better sparring, increased dissemination and publicity and to influence the development.
 
Further information at:
http://www.carenet.nu