PARTNERS



  AAU - Aalborg University
 
AAU will be responsible for the scientific as well as the general management of the project and general IPR management. Research-wise, it will provide the expertise, the required development work, the implementation and the testing of the robot skill modelling paradigm, on the human robot interface, the placing skill and the inspection skill.
Aalborg University will be the project coordinator of the consortium with Associate Professor Volker Krüger as coordinator. 
 
 

PSA - Peugeot Citroën Automobiles S.A.

As end-user of the project technologies, PSA will be in charge of providing specifications to reflect industrial needs and constraints and better continuously assess if the technology is suitable to be placed in a serial production. Throughout the project, PSA will focus on the efficient integration of the proposed technologies in a realistic production environment for a better technology transfer. Additionally, due to the experience of the involved R&D robotic team of PSA, critical issues regarding reusability, reliability, robustness, maintainability, safety and usability will be carefully addressed.

 

BA Systèmes SAS

BA Systemes (BA) plans to exploit the results of STAMINA by opening up opportunities in new markets (huge commercial potential regarding the development of robotics in industry.) and in new countries. By opening up opportunities in new market segments e.g. complexe robots. Plus participation will provide new network and opportunity to build new contacts with partners in the STAMINA. BA has expertise in safety requirements analysis for a mobile robot, Research & Design of solutions for Integration of safety & vision systems for localization in a dynamic environment with humans, design of Supervisor Control System (SCS) architectures and solutions, Research & Development for demonstrations & tests, business development & technology transfer plan. BAS’ role in the project consists in being a technology provider, system integrator regarding • robot and application development • testing and validation • safety

 
ALU-FR - Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

ALU-FR focuses on the navigation technology for mobile platforms and thus the key expertise of ALU-FR. We will work on the problem of localizing the robots in dynamic environments as well as modeling the environment itself. Furthermore, ALU-FR addresses motion planning and motion execution within STAMINA.
 
 
UBO - Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn

The main task of Rheinische-Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität Bonn in STAMINA is the grasping of parts from transport containers for depalletising and bin picking. 
This includes the detection and pose estimation of parts as well as the grasp and arm motion planning for a robot manipulator.
 
 
INESC PORTO - Istituto de engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores do Porto

The participation of INESC-TEC in the project is focused on two main vectors: dissemination and R&D. In the R&D INESC-TEC work will target the cooperative behaviour of the robots in terms of mapping and motion coordination (traffic management). Concerning dissemination INESC will coordinate the Knowledge transfer, dissemination and exploitation WP, working in close cooperation with the other STAMINA partners to promote appropriate visibility and sustainable exploitation path.
 
 
UEDIN - The University of Edinburgh (until Feb 29 2016)

The University of Edinburgh (UEDIN) provides expertise in automated planning, knowledge representation and reasoning, cognitive robotics, and plan execution monitoring on STAMINA. In particular, UEDIN is responsible for developing and implementing the high-level decision-making components that will be used to control individual robots in STAMINA, and for orchestrating individual robots into fleets in order to produce more complex group behaviour.
 
  HWU (from Mar 01 2016) 

Heriot-Watt University (HWU) provides expertise in automated planning, knowledge representation and reasoning, cognitive robotics, and plan execution monitoring on STAMINA. In particular, HWU is responsible for developing and implementing the high-level decision-making components that will be used to control individual robots in STAMINA (task planning), and for orchestrating robots into fleets to produce more complex group behaviour (mission planning).

 

Advisory Board

The Advisory Board members of the STAMINA project:

Claus Risager, Blue Ocean Robotics, Denmark
www.linkedin.com/company/blue-ocean-robotics 

Blue Ocean Robotics is a company specialized in developing and bringing new robotic solutions to the markets at early stages. Its mission is to bridge the gap between the academic-based research and development world and the business and market world. Blue Ocean Robotics contributes its expertise and knowledge to the STAMINA project by joining its Advisory Board. Blue Ocean Robotics seeks to turn the STAMINA results into viable industrial solutions and thus create a commercial impact.
 
Bruno Siciliano, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy
 


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