The CREATE-DIH Research Consortium together with Campania DIH, will present during a webinar scheduled for 6 May 2021 at 3 pm, the second open call promoted by Digital Innovation Hub² (DIH²) a pan-European network born within the Horizon program 2020 for robotics in flexible manufacturing.
Thinking of agile manufacturing through highly innovative projects such as, for example, robofacturing or the rationalization of production starting from the centrality of the robot and no longer of the human operator. Ideas that well represent the goal of the second open call promoted by Digital Innovation Hub² (DIH²), a European network created as part of the Horizon 2020 program for robotics in flexible production, whose Italian reference is Create-DIH, the Research Consortium for Energy, Automation and Electromagnetic Technologies (Create), which includes several southern universities.
Enhance the results of Italian scientific and technological research through the creation of startups conceived in the laboratories of universities and research centers of excellence.
With this aim, RoboIT was born, the first national pole for the technology transfer of robotics.
"Bill Gates, in 2006, declared that this was the dawn of the robotic era and that after twenty years there would be a robot in every house, and I think we could get there right around that date." And if it is Bruno Siciliano, Professor of Controls and Robotics at the University of Naples Federico II, one of the most authoritative voices in this sector, who says it, it is to be believed. In a long interview with Innovation Post, Professor Siciliano tells, among other things, how that of robotics could become a sort of silent revolution, an almost unconscious passage that will bring automation to every home.