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Published: 2018-06-12 at 10:28
EMRA’18 Live Streaming

The EMRA'18 workshop has started. The EMRA’18 workshop is offering the latest research achievements and industrial applications in marine robotics technology. The main objective of EMRA 2018 workshop is to bring leading researchers, industry stakeholders, end users and policymakers to discuss the important topic of marine robotics and associated technologies.

Live stream of the workshop is available here.

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Alan Vukić
Published: 2017-05-22 at 15:00
EMRA '17 Workshop held from...

EMRA '17 Workshop on EU-funded Marine Robotics and Applications was organized at the  University of Girona from May 15 to May 16, 2017, as a part of H2020 project "EXCELLABUST - Excelling LABUST in marine robotics". The goal of this workshop was to bring together academia and industry representatives from all around EU, who work in the field of marine robotics, so that they can present their work, exchange ideas, and discuss about the development of marine robotics in the future.

The complete workshop programme, workshop proceedings, and photo gallery are available on EMRA '17 site.

Nadir Kapetanović
Published: 2016-09-27 at 17:47
Edited: 2016-09-27 at 19:11
1st EXCELLABUST workshop presented 18...

1st EXCELLABUST workshop was organized as a part of the EMRA'16 - Workshop on EU-funded Marine Robotics and Applications. EMRA'16 followed successful events hosted by Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - CNR (Rome 2014) and Instituto Superior Técnico - IST (Lisbon 2015).

Newcastle University's School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering organized EMRA on 14th and 15th June 2016 in Newcastle, UK. Organised under EU projects EXCELLABUST and CADDY, EMRA brougth together a diverse range of speakers, from ongoing FP7/H2020 projects, industry, end-users and stakeholders. The interdisciplinary event provided an excellent opportunity for networking and cross-fertilisation of ideas in marine robotics, enabling technologies and applications.

In a single track conference programme over two days 18 speakers gave their lecture and participated in discussions. Presentations from ongoing EU funded research projects were mixed with presentations from industry and end users.

More info is available here and photos here.

Ivana Mikolić

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691980.