Sharework partners met online on May 11th-12th to celebrate the project’s 30-month consortium meeting and present the latest results for the development and integration of a software and hardware modular system capable of understanding the environment and human actions through knowledge and sensors, future state predictions, smart data processing, augmented reality and gesture and speech recognition technology in order to make the robot overcome human barriers and ensure a more effective cooperation.
During the meetings, partners reviewed all the work done in each of the Work Packages and shared the good results obtained to move forward a safer and more effective human-robot collaboration. Additionally, partners planned and prepared next steps and tasks to be achieved until the end of the project.
The meeting, which was attended by all partners, included eight different sessions to discuss the main ongoing topics and project’s activities and two workshops focused on standardisation and exploitation.
The Sharework project has the objective to demonstrate the use of collaborative robotics for the assistance of workers in assembly, disassembly and checking parts at loading/unloading industrial stations.