Over 240 companies, research institutes and institutions are represented at euRobotics. This makes the non-profit association the largest European robot network. “One of the main tasks of the association is the cooperation with the European Commission”, says Dr. Rainer Bischoff, euRobotics Vice President Industry. “The aim is to create a roadmap for research, technological development and innovation in robotics”.
Unusual areas for robotics
In order to allay possible fears and promote a positive perception in society, euRobotics brings the topic closer to people all over Europe with events such as the European Robotics Week. And the exchange in a strong network drives robotics research, development and innovation. In addition to new technologies in production and logistics, the focus at first glance is also on unusual areas:
Would you like to find out more about the future of European robotics and the work of the association, or would you like to make a personal contribution? You can find more information on the euRobotics website.