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ALMA MATER STUDIORUM - UNIVERSITA DI BOLOGNA

The activity of the University of Bologna will be conducted at the Research Centre CASY (Center for research on complex Automated Systems, http://www.casy.deis.unibo.it/) that is a research centre within the Department of Electronics, Computer Science and Systems (DEIS) at the University of Bologna – ITALY. At the moment the research centre counts 8 staff members and 15 post-doctoral fellows and PhD students. The Center takes advantage of the presence of a worldwide reputed Scientific Committee.

http://www.casy.deis.unibo.it

uni-bremen

UNIVERSITAET BREMEN

The Center for Computing Technologies (TZI) is part of the University of Bremen (UNIHB). UNIHB/TZI has profound experience in the field of pervasive computing. Recently the TZI Concerted Activity "Mobile Solutions" finished the FP6 Integrated Project wearIT@work developing wereable computing solutions for different innovative applications.

http://www.uni-bremen.de/

ethz

EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZURICH

Consistently ranked among the top universities in the world, ETH Zurich is an academic institution with excellent track record of research and teacing since 1855. The university is associated with 21 Nobel Laureates who have studied, taught or conducted research there. The Autonomous Systems Lab ASL (www.asl.ethz.ch) of ETHZ, is internationally renowned in the field of autonomous robot design and navigation with great experience in design and navigation of wheeled, legged and flying robots operating in different types of environments.

http://www.ethz.ch/

utwente

UNIVERSITEIT TWENTE

The UT is one of the three technical universities in the Netherlands. The research at the UT is framed into institutes and the project SHERPA will be part of the CTIT institute, in which all robotics and mechatronics activities take place. CTIT is one of the largest academic ICT research institutes in Europe with its over 475 researchers actively participate in the research programme. The Control Engineering group, chaired by Prof. Stefano Stramigioli, is part of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering.

http://www.utwente.nl/

ku leuven

KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN

KUL has a research group in robotics since the late 1970s, with a focus on the mechatronics and control-theoretic aspects of force-controlled robots. Since the 1990s, this focus has shifted towards the control, estimation, software engineering and task specification of complex, multi-sensor and multi-task robot applications. Nowadays, the software engineering has become a major topic, in which KUL has achieved world-wide recognition; not in the least via the open source robot control software framework Orocos  (http://www.orocos.org).

http://www.kuleuven.be/

linkopings

LINKOPINGS UNIVERSITET

The Department of Computer and Information Science at Linköping University, Sweden. was founded in 1983, but its roots go back to the early seventies. It is one of the largest departments for computer and information science in northern Europe, with 195 employees of which 63 are faculty members (PhDs), including 23 full professors. Approximately 80 postgraduate students are enrolled in the department's PhD programmes, including 48 doctoral students holding salaried positions.

http://www.liu.se/

create

C.R.E.A.T.E. CONSORZIO DI RICERCA PER L'ENERGIA E LE APPLICAZIONI TECHNOLOGICHE DELL'ELETTROMAGNETISMO

Consorzio C.R.E.A.T.E. (CREATE) www.create.unina.it is a non-profit research organisation whose partnership includes University of Naples Federico II, Second University of Naples, University of Cassino, University of Reggio Calabria and Ansaldo Ricerche. Since 15 years is active a collaboration with PRISMA Lab (Projects of Industrial and Service Robotics Mechatronics and Automation) www.prisma.unina.it.

https://create.unina.it/

bluebotics

BLUEBOTICS SA

 

BlueBotics SA aims to become world leader in autonomous navigation with the mission to enable the mobility of vehicles for the automation in the professional use market. The strategy of BlueBotics is to find strong partners, develop innovative service robotics applications with high added value, and have the partners distributing the product embedding BlueBotics’ solutions on their own markets.

http://www.bluebotics.com/

aslatech

ASLATECH DI SALA ANDREA

 

The Aslatech Engineering (www.aslatech.com) offers a wide range of services in Mechanical design, from the conceptual design to the final prototype and its industrialization, with particular attention to specific application requirements. Aslatech offers the possibility to derive the best product specifications in collaboration with the customer.

http://www.aslatech.com/

cai

CLUB ALPINO ITALIANO - C.A.I. ASSOCIAZIONE

 

Club Alpino Italiano (CAI) is a no profit, public administration with a total of more than 330.000 members. Aims of CAI are: the development of mountaineering activities, the protection of the mountain environment, the education and instruction of the technical skills necessary for a safe mountaineering practice. The many technical activities of CAI are organized in internal departments and commissions, among which:

http://www.cai.it/

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