Welcome to the Responsible Robotics Knowledge Hub

A platform for the robotics community where you can 

Join a community focused on non-technical aspects of robotics such as ethics in the areas of:

  • healthcare;
  • inspection and maintenance of infrastructure;
  • agri-food;
  • agile production.
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  • Add and Browse through our Content

    Now that you are logged in, you can navigate through our platform areas and add your contributions to enrich our robotics community.

    On our Resources page you can upload your scientific papers, videos, infographics and other relevant documents. You can also browse through the Robotics4EU project available content.

  • Discuss & Network

    How about discussing the latest robotics developments?

    Join our Community message boards and engage in a conversation with other members, talk with experts or start your own topic of discussion.

  • Share your events

    The Responsible Robotics Knowledge Hub is also a great medium to promote your events.

    Upload your Event information on this page and, after its approval, it will be displayed to the community. You can also check and register for the Robotics4EU events – including our regular free workshop series.

  • Check our additional resources

    There’s always more to learn about robotics and AI robots.

    Our Robotic References area gives you additional sources of curated and valuable information to dig into.

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R4EU VR exhibition

The virtual reality exhibition is part of the Robotics4EU European project.

The vision of the exhibition was to make all innovations and robotics available to everyone in a virtual reality format, as it provides a great opportunity to bring together many companies on one platform and offer the most immersive experience. As we know, there are no similar exhibitions done before By participating in the project exhibition, companies will have the opportunity to market themselves and gain new business partners. The next step will be to showcase the exhibition at various innovation, technology and robotics events across Europe.

The R4EU virtual reality exhibition will also be available with or without 3D glasses in a two-dimensional format. Visitors can access websites, videos, presentations and 3D models of robots during the exhibition to explore. In addition, the exhibition aims to have partner companies from different disciplines so that different virtual exhibition spaces can be created by category. For example, categorise them as “Smart city”, “Education” and “Industry”.

The virtual exhibition has been created and developed in collaboration with specialists from the XR Centre at TalTech, a top Estonian university. During the development of the exhibition idea, a number of service providers were contacted in advance to develop the concepts. Different service providers had different visions and strategies, but the selected service provider had ideas that overlapped with our visions, which fit well with the project.

To get an idea of the potential of the exhibition and how visitors would view it, we created a rudimentary virtual version of the exhibition. After some changes, we started the project. As a first step, we contacted a number of European robotics and technology companies that had an actual physical product. Initially, only a few of them gave positive feedback and some of them agreed to participate in the future.

If you are interested in bringing your product or company to the exhibition, please get in touch with us!

Link to VR can be found here: https://robotex.international/r4eu-vr

Workshop | Communicating innovation: What can we do better?

Have you ever seen a bridge collapse on TV? We only care about inspection and maintenance if it does not work. However, its implications and the new robotics applications are not always perceived with their due magnitude.

In this line, the adoption of robotics has become a vibrant topic not only in the technical realm but also in societal and political discussions and the subject matter of this workshop.

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Workshop | Agri-food robotics adoption and change (in Lithuanian)

The forth workshop organized by AgriFood Lithuania within the Robotics4EU project is an international workshop for everyone from robotics innovators, developers or policy makers to end users and society as a whole. The workshop aims to increase the awareness of stakeholders about non-technological challenges in robotics, such as potential ethical, legal, data security, privacy or socioeconomic issues. During the workshops, recognized experts shared their knowledge with the participants. In addition, competencies and experience are shared in working groups during the search for solutions to existing and potential non-technological challenges in the development and application of robotics.


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Workshop | Perceptions and social acceptance of robotics in AgriFood

Robotics4eu and AgriFood Lithania organized the third workshop on the non-technological challenges of robotics in the agri-food sector. The discussion focuses on:

  • What are the social challenges posed by robotization (most pressing issues and perceptions that can act as a hurdle in the adoption of robotic solutions).
  • How social acceptance can be accelerated.
  • Where do we locate the primary resistance.

During this interactive workshop, we worked in groups and three recognized experts shared their knowledge on the topic.

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Workshop | How to make sure regulation helps and not hinders I&M robotics? Policy issues in Robotics for Inspection and Maintenance

One of the essential factors for widespread robotics adoption, especially in the inspection and maintenance area, is the regulatory landscape. Regulatory and legal issues should be addressed to establish effective robotics deployment legal frameworks. Common goals of boosting the widespread adoption of robotics can only be achieved by creating networks between the robotics community and regulators.

To this end, we invited Freyja Van Den Boom, Maarit Sandelin and Carlos Cuevas to discuss how cooperation among regulators and the robotics community can be fostered and what are the most pressing legal challenges for the inspection & maintenance application area of robotics.

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