Second reporting period meeting in Luxembourg

Last week the Hephaestus Project members met in Luxembourg for the second reporting period meeting.
This meeting has given partners the opportunity to illustrate the status of the Project with the Project Officers.

General Assembly meeting in Munich, Germany

The Hephaestus project members met for two days in November 2018 at the Technische Universität München in Munich, in the heart of the Bavaria.

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TUM attended ISARC2018 conference in Berlin

Our partners TUM presented HEPHAESTUS project by a paper at the 35th International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction (ISARC 2018). This paper has been discussed in Berlin, Germany during July 20th-25th.

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A new paper issued by the JFDE

Our partners from nLink and TUM published a paper on Journal of JFDE. This paper will be presented in ICAE 2018 Conference in June.

You can find the paper here:

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Second General Assembly in Stuttgart, Germany

Fraunhofer IPA hosted the Hephaestus Project members for the third General Assembly in Stuttgart, Germany.

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Hephaestus Project presented @ JJCR ’17

The Hephaestus project was briefly presented during the ‘Journée des Jeunes Chercheurs en Robotique – 2017’.

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First Hephaestus General Assembly meeting in Poggio Torriana, Rimini, Italy

The Hephaestus project members met for two days in June 2017 at the Focchi S.p.A. headquarters in Poggio Torriana, a little town close to the Rimini municipality.

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The new H2020 robotics projects in the SPARC strategy

Julen Astudillo (Tecnalia) explained Hephaestus Project at European Robotic Forum 2017, held in Edinburgh, Scotland last March 22.

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Prof. Bock explains robot-oriented design

Professor Bock explains the principles behind Robot-Oriented Design and its implications for product customisation and on site assembly operations.

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Kick off meeting in Montpellier

EU research partners have begun work on HEPHAESTUS, an exciting autonomous robot system designed to erect curtain walls.

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