Until 2013, R3-COP was the only ARTEMIS-project that addressed robotics. Its objective was to alleviate the situation encountered a decade after the start of this millennium – the rapid progress in development and the strong growth in industrial application of robotic systems was accompanied by fragmentation of both the units and tools market – with following activities:
- Establishment of a common design and development methodology,
- Development of new V&V methods,
- Development of new robotic features,
- Application of results in several use cases (industrial demonstrators)
In short, R3-COP contributed to technology and methodology of development of resilient robotic and autonomous systems.
AIT coordinated the preparation of the R3-COP proposal, but could not coordinate the project due to national funding limitations.
Link to the VITRO site: VITRO
- Project duration: May 2010 - October 2013
- Budget: € 18,4 million
- Funding: € 3,1 million from the EU, approx. € 7 million from national foundations
- Coordination: TU Braunschweig
- Partners: 26 from 11 European countries, including Siemens, Thales Italia, Infineon, Elettric 80 (Italy), Tecnalia (Spain), Fraunhofer Inst. IDMT and IPA, VTT, TU Eindhoven, Danish Technological Institute