Welcome to the Concert Project

Vision

Create a transition from the typical collaborative robots to a new concept of collaborative platforms, which can be quickly customized to serve less structured production lines, can regulate their physical capabilities while ensuring safety and permit adaptable collaboration enabling versatile and efficient cooperation with human workers.

Excellence

Advance collaborative robot technologies and apply them in workspaces and tasks with highly uncertain settings, providing collaborative functionalities that are robust, safe and efficient under unstructured workspace conditions while executing a number of demanding representative tasks from the construction sector.

Consortium

The CONCERT consortium is composed by partners with complementary skills and expertise constituting to a well-balanced blend of research and technical personnel with solid proven background in the research and technical domains of this project.

Consortium

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#eu_concert publications: This study, coordinated by @IITalk, explain the research line Toward a Plug-and-Work #Reconfigurable #Cobot on @IEEEXplore @FutureTechEu @FETFX_EU @EUeic bit.ly/3I9jjA2

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#eu_concert publications: This research, coordinated by @IITalk, show how we are moving Towards an Open-Source #Hardware #Agnostic Framework for #Robotic End-Effectors #Control on @IEEEXplore @FutureTechEu @FETFX_EU @EUeic bit.ly/3t8BUIc

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RT @iitHri2Lab: Today a selection of HRII members presented some of the latest research results in the field of human-robot collaboration i…

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Contact Information
  • Humanoids & Human Centred Mechatronics
  • Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
  • Via S. Quirico, 19, Genova - 16163, Italy
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101016007

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