Last week, December 15 and 16, FourByThree’s project consortium gathered for a plenary meeting that was celebrated at CNR-ITIA’s heaquarters in Milan, Italy.
The agenda focused on the main advances that have been carried out in the last few months in each of the project fields: modular design, actuators, programming framework, safety aspects, interaction, control and non-technical issues like the status of the four pilot scenarios, dissemination, exploitation and administration.
The session also included a visit to CNR-ITIA’s facilities, where some demonstrations on human-robot collaboration were shown and partners had the chance to examine one of the FourByThree prototypes allocated to this research centre. There was also plenty of time for bilateral meetings on some key technical aspects.
All partners agreed that the project is progressing correctly but the last 12 months will be crucial in order to develop, deliver and disseminate results. The consortium is motivated to give its best during the final year of the project.
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