CADDY is a collaborative project funded by the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme FP7 - Challenge 2: Cognitive Systems and Robotics - under grant agreement n° 611373.

Small or medium-scale focused research project (STREP)
Duration: 36 months (January 2014 – December 2016)
Budget: 4.881.103 € (EU contribution 3.679.931 €)
Final validation trials

EVENTS / 1st CADDY Workshop

Date: 9-10 June 2014

 

Location: CNR, Rome, Italy

 

Website: http://www.issia.cnr.it/wp/?page_id=3490

 

Download the programme here.

 

Download the poster here.

 

1st CADDY Workshop was organized as a part of the EMRA'14 - Workshop on EU-funded Marine Robotics and Applications. Founders of this new workshop are coordinators of four FP7 projects related to marine robotics: CADDY, MORPH, ARROWS and PANDORA

 

The underlying motivation of this new workshop is to increase the efficiency in orchestration and dissemination across EU marine research. We have observed a close coupling between individual FP7 projects and their intended application audience, yet many of the technologies developed are applicable beyond their motivating problem. Currently, for a marine technology stakeholder to fully digest EU marine research requires attending too many overly technical, and overly specific individual workshops. We hope EMRA2014 will condense an exciting range of cutting edge research developments into a single manageable event.

 

EMRA'14 in numbers:

  • 4 FP7 projects
  • 7 speakers from industry
  • 9 speakers from academia
  • more than 100 participants from all over Europe

EMRA'14 speakers and their presentations:

 

Nikola Mišković, University of Zagreb

 CADDY project presentation

 Nando Boero, National Research Council of Italy

 Challenges for Mediterranean Biodiversity

Massimo Garbo, CNS International

Current trends in Commercial Diving and Robotics development

 Alessio Turetta, GRAALTech, Italy

 FOLOGA and UMA: two stories from research market

 Antonio Pascoal, Instituto Superior Technico, Portugal

 MORPH Project Presentation

Vegard Evjen Hovstein, Maritime robotics, Norway

Unmanned systems for maritime operations - trends and opportunities

 Peter Weiss, COMEX

 From sea to Space: Subsea robotics at COMEX

 Benedetto Allotta, University of Florence, Italy

 ARROWS Project Presentation and video

 Irena Radić Rossi, University of Zadar, Croatia

 The ˝Breaking the surface˝ Workshop - A Path of Collaboration and Mutual Understanding 

 Justin Manley, Teledyne

 Advancing unmanned vehicle trough networking and modularity

 Laura Gallimberti, ENI Norge, Norway

 The Oil&GAS Industry Requirements for Marine Robots of the 21st century

 John Hale, University of Luisville, USA

 Mapping a Submerged Preclassic Maya Site in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

 Raffaele Grandi, L3 Calzoni, Italy

 Research Activities in Maritime Robotics for Mobility and Manipulation: Industrial and Academic Perspectives

 Claudio Melchiorri, University of Bologna, Italy

 A Three-Fingered Cable-Driven Grippe for Underwater Applications

 Marc Carreras, University of Girona, Spain

 PANDORA Project Presentation

 Jeronimo Dzaack, ATLAS Elektronik

 Innovations for Maritime Security

Sebastian Eckstein, Technische Universität Ilmenau

Strategies for Robust Mission Planning of Distributed Maritime Systems

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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