|Funding Reference||Contract n degree ERBCHRXCT930381 between several partners and the European Commission|
In order to suitably develop also in Europe the robotic technology, which constitutes a key factor in the development of new production techniques in industry as well as of advanced solutions in non traditional areas such as space, agriculture, underwater, operation in dangerous environments, large efforts are required from both a technological and a methodological point of view, with a particular emphasis on integration concepts of different disciplines (electronics, mechanics, control theory, mathematics, computer science).
Computer and Robot Vision Lab (VisLab)
Intelligent Robots and Systems Group (IRSg)
The European Robotics Network