Madrid, January 2019

The CEO of eProsima Jaime Martin Losa participated in the project DIH2 kick-off at the Tampere Conference in Finland. The conference discussed two EU funded projects of robotics: A Pan‐European Network of Robotics DIHs for Agile Production (DIH2) and Human - Robot collaboration project (Trinity), held in Tampere, Finland on 15-17 January 2019.

These projects fall under EU’s Horizon 2020 programme and have a common funding of 32 million euros. They aim to produce techniques and tools for the robotic development adaptable for the small and medium companies. By means of cost-efficient robotics solutions these companies will be able to improve their production runs.

The Trinity project coordinated by Minna Lanz from the Tampere University focuses on human-robot collaboration in the manufacturing industry. This collaboration is important to achieve even better excellence in the production.

The DIH2 project coordinated by VTT's Ali Muhammadi is a network of 26 DIHs with a target to reach over 170 DIHs. eProsima is part of the project DIH2 which is aimed to expand the innovation by cutting costs of advanced robotics solutions and double the growth of robotics market. It also focuses to achieve the maximum productivity and agile production in over 300,000 Manufacturing SMEs.

eProsima at Tampere

The CEO of eProsima Jaime Martin Losa together with VTT's Ali Muhammad and other participants of DIH2

eProsima is committed to contribute to the digital excellence and is happy to participate in such events to keep research in robotics and satisfy customer needs of advanced robotics solutions.

The organization of the Tampere Conference has been extremely good, with good networking and the opportunity to meet agencies, public authorities and private entities.


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