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September 2018

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Robotics


Strengthening Europe with smart and intelligent robotics - the third European Robotics Summit



The third European Robotics Summit will take place on March 12-13, 2019, at the Eberbach Monastery in Eltville (near Frankfort), Germany. This dynamic... read more
 

August 2018

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Robotics


Conclusion of EuRoC project's four-year journey



In 2014, a consortium consisting of the leading robotics companies and research institutions in Europe launched the European Robotics Challenges... read more
 

June 2018

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Robotics


Putting faces to the jobs at risk of automation



OECD published a new study on the potential effects of automation and artificial intelligence on employment. The research paper sheds light on the number of... read more
 

June 2018

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Robotics


Digitalisation Creates Jobs but Needs Targeted Support



Digital transformation is creating more jobs than it is destroying, but still poses many challenges for establishments and workers alike. The diffusion of... read more
 

June 2018

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Robotics


New studies on automation and future of work



ZEW and OECD studies give positive outlook and policy recommendations read more
 

June 2018

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Robotics


EU to set up expert groups on AI and new technologies



The European Commission is currently setting up a series of expert groups and committes to get expert input on Artificial intelligence, new and emerging... read more
 

Municipal_Equipment


EUnited Municipal Equipment comments on the proposed Regulation complementing EU type-approval legislation with regard to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the Union



EUnited Municipal Equipment is a sector association of EUnited AISBL. It is the European association of municipal equipment manufacturers. The association... read more
 

August 2018

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Metallurgy


Aluminium 2018 - "all roads lead to Düsseldorf"



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