This project is funded by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 Programme under grant agreement no. 723853.     

AMRC KTC premises have witnessed our second WP leaders regular meeting. At month 9th, project is progressing at good cruising speed, as different WP developments aim to the goal of a single enhanced robotic system.

WP leaders presented the work made by their project teams, and compared the results with the foreseen objectives and indicators for the first year of the project.

Presentations, together with the previous coordinated work at the integration workshop, give us the feeling of a good collaboration among the partners: good results are at hand reach, but of course there is a lot of work to be done yet!

Technical results were once more reviewed in a practical way in order to progress in the PEDR (Plan for the Exploitation an Dissemination of Results). It is time to think in the way COROMA is going to communicate the good job already done to scientific community, and the specific steps to exploitation.

Partners had the opportunity to visit AMRC facilities, where field work is being carried out. Bet for Robotics has a prominent place in AMRC, and makes clear the future of one of the main trends of current manufacturing.

The companies participating in COROMA project have the mission to construct flexible prototypes that can carry out up to six different tasks, and to achieve this highly modular robots must be designed. The project will develop seven CORO-modules that can also be used to improve the performance of already existing robotic systems. For this reason, the COROMA modular platform is an innovative development in itself.