European Robotics Forum
European Robotics Forum
The next edition of the European Robotics Forum (ERF2016) will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, from the 21st to the 23rd of March 2016 (www.erf2016.eu)
Highlights of the European Robotics Forum 2015,
a euRobotics AISBL event
European Robotics Forum 2015 took place in Vienna, Austria from the 11th to the 13th of March 2015.
ERF is the largest robotics networking event in Europe and this year’s edition attracted a record number of delegates: over 600 were in attendance, including industrialists, researchers, investors, elected officials and media.
Event presentations are available
Participants list (download)* **
Opening Ceremony - Robots or Jobs? - Panel discussion
|11 March 2015, Vienna - Keynote speakers from the European Commission, European Parliament, Industry and Unions, addressed economic and societal benefits of robotics, during the opening session of ERF2015.
Read the main statements of the key speakers
euRobotics General Assembly
|12 March 2015, Vienna – The euRobotics members’ General Assembly elected a new President, Vice-Presidents and board of directors.|
List with the new euRobotics President and Vice-Presidents and board of directors
euRobotics Awards 2015
|13 March 2015, Vienna - euRobotics is proud to announce this year's awards winners of: TechTransfer Award, Georges Giralt Phd Award, Entrepreneurship Award (2015 edition).|
See the winners of the euRobotics Awards
Download the conference poster
Download the ERF2015 brochure
Download the Workshop digest
Pictures gallery (Credits: Viennamotion AG)
Blue Danube Robotics OG
Coppelia Robotics GmbH
Shadow Robot Company
TUM, Factory-in-a-day, Inst. for Cognitive Systems
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia –PAN-Robots project
researchers working in basic research, applied research, or in a company using robots, or producing robots or any robotics technologies including autonomous and cognitive systems which are considered for transportation, health, and many other applications
public or private investors in robotics R&D, or considering expanding your existing range of products and services into robotics
stakeholders in regional, national, or European investments, technology transfer, to support strategic decisions in favour of the enormous economic potential for robotics expected within the next 10 years
To identify the potential of robotics applications for business, creation of jobs, and meeting societal needs
To learn about the state of the art and most recent breakthroughs in applications (from agricultural robots to health services)
To learn about new robotic business potentials, including those through the establishment of spin-offs
To get to know ongoing initiatives in robotics within Europe
To listen to the European Commission´s opinion about European robotics
To influence decision makers and strengthen the collaboration between all stakeholders in the robotics community
*Please note that the list includes the participating organisations only and does not reflect the total number of delegates.
** The names of the participating organisations have been retrieved from the registration forms filled in by participants and have not been altered by euRobotics.
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