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Exoskeleton for Diagnosis and Assistance in Manipulation Tasks
Start year: 2016 - End year: 2019
Funder: MINECO
Exoskeleton for Diagnosis and Assistance in Manipulation Tasks. Development of the light-weight exoskeleton for manipulation tasks based on the SME technology.
Extending cognitive and sematic capabilities to outdoor robot...
Start year: 2015 - End year: 2017
Funder: MINECO
This project´s general objective is to make progress in the field of the Semantic Navigation of mobile robots. This level increases the level of autonomy of the robot, providing it with greater decision making ability and it makes easier the integration...
Long-term stability assessment and monitoring of flooded shafts
Start year: 2015 - End year: 2018
Funder: Horizon 2020 EU project under...
The STAMS project aims to develop inspection modules and interpretation methods dedicated to periodic measurements and the continuous monitoring of flooded mine shafts (coalmines). It will develop a Multi-functional Robotic Monitoring system for...
Automatic grasping of piled parts from unstructured container
Start year: 2014 - End year: 2016
Funder: Ministry of Economy and...
The PAPREC project, coordinated by Ixion Industry and Aeropace SL, intends to develop an integrated system that allows industrial robots to identify and grasp parts and objects from a container and manipulate them according to the industrial process in...
Applied robotics to improve the quality of life of citizens in...
Start year: 2014 - End year: 2018
Funder: Comunidad de Madrid
The RoboCity2030-III consortium of six Madrid´s region universities and leaded by UC3M is focusing in the development of new robotic technologies and applications to use in the everyday life of the citizens in metropolitan areas, such as Assistive,...
RoboHealth-A: Development of assistive and rehabilitation robots for...
Start year: 2014 - End year: 2017
Funder: CICYT
The main objective of the coordinated RoboHealth project is the development of assistive and rehabilitation robots in smart hospital spaces, contributing, in this way, to the improvement of the Spanish National Health System. Patients who are...
Automatic detection of behavioral patterns in herring from sonar data...
Start year: 2014 - End year: 2015
Funder: NILS Science and Sustainability...
The problem of how fish receive and collectively respond to stimuli presents a challenge for the research community. Under conditions of particularly high density it becomes intractable to maintain individual tracks and under...
Smart technology for artificial muscle applications in space
Start year: 2013 - End year: 2016
Funder: EU 7th Framework Programme
The STAMAS consortium has identified the need for developing a new type of astronauts’ suit, a “smart-suit”. The project will utilise existing experience in SMA/EAP, and built upon this knowledge to develop an effective solution for usage in space.

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