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EU Marine Robots Kick Off meeting takes place in Porto

The EUMR Kick Off Meeting was successfully completed in Porto, Portugal on the 1st and 2nd of March, 2018. The meeting facilitated partner introductions and allowed a detailed examination of all project future activities and goals.   During the two day meeting, partners had the opportunity to discuss various topics, including project objectives, the governance structure, milestones, management processes and tools, project roadmap and partners responsibilities.   This meeting was a great chance to consolidate the consortium, project management key points and to map the road ahead!   Text: EU Marine Robots   More about the project

Welcome to the EMRA 2017

Welcome to the 4th EU funded Marine Robotics and Applications Workshop (EMRA ’17)   We are pleased to invite you to attend the EMRA Workshop that will take place from 15-16 May 2017 in Girona at the Science and Technology Park at the University of Girona, Catalonia, Spain.   Following the success of the EMRA´16 that took place in 2016 in UK, we hereby invite researchers and end-users of marine robotics technology to attend EMRA´17. The workshop will summarize current EU FP7 and H2020 projects on  marine robotics and provide a platform for marine stakeholders to share and discuss current technological challenges and achievements.   The workshop will feature 2 invited plenary sessions given by leading research scientists around the world, the presentation of the latest results of FP7 and H2020 marine robotics related projects and the always motivating sessions of industry focused on the latest innovations and products in the market.  …

EXCELLABUST: Excelling LABUST in marine robotics

We proud to assist in this project . Would you like to know more about EXCELLABUST: Excelling LABUST in marine robotics?   The main goal of EXCELLABUST project is to address networking gaps and deficiencies between UNIZG-FER and internationally leading counterparts at EU level, by significantly strengthening marine robotics research within LABUST through twinning with expert partners.   The project is funded by EU Horizon 2020 TWINNING program under GA no 691980.