Accrea Engineering will take a part in International Trade Fair for Rehabilitation and Care. Düsseldorf, Germany 18-21 September 2019. More Information https://www.rehacare.com
We would like to inform that at the University of Silesia in Katowice, lectures for students and teachers – BIOROBOTICS, start from September 9, as part of the University Scientific Town organized by University of Silesia. One of Accrea Engineering’s projects, the robotic head EMO HEAD, which was developed as part of the IURO (Interactive […]
We are pleased to announce that from August 12, 2019 Accrea Engineering takes part in the thematic exhibition “Cybergeneration” at the “Central House of Technology” in Warsaw, Poland which lasts until the end of 2019. The exhibition presents the robot Emo Head, which was developed as part of the IURO (Interactive Urban Robot) project by […]
We are pleased to inform that since 26th of June 2015 we are a member of Lublin Medicine Cluster Lublin Medicine – Medical & Wellness Cluster is a cooperation platform among higher education institutions, research centers, healthcare entities, entrepreneurs, institutions for collaboration and local authorities, Cluster was established in January 2014 by representatives of the […]
Dr. Stanczyk will be featuring the ReMeDi Project on the Bawarian Day of the Telemedicine on 21. June in MTC World of Fashion, Haus 1, Ingolstädterstr. 45, 80807 München More information can be found: https://www.telemedizintag.de/big/
ACCREA will be featuring the RAMCIP robot and ARIA robotic arms during AUTOMATICA exhibition in Munich, from 19th to 22nd June on stand 513, hall B4. RAMCIP project (Robotic Assistant for MCI Patients at home), funded by Horizon 2020 funded project. RAMCIP aims to research and develop real robotic solutions for assistive robotics for the […]
Innorobo is the only event in Europe 100% dedicated to robotics and disruptive innovations. Come and visit our stand – C29, Pullman Dock 24-26.05.2016!
This video presents the results from the Interactive Urban RObot project. The developed robot IURO navigates autonomously around the city-center of Munich and commences interaction with pedestrians. IURO approaches a person and asks for help to find the way to Marienplatz, a square in the Munich city center. People grasp a microphone from IURO’s compartment […]
In January of 2015, the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, the project coordinator, hosted the kick-off meeting of the RAMCIP project in Thessaloniki, Greece. The meeting was an exciting opportunity for consortium members to discuss the project and its aims from their perspectives, setting the grounds for the successful project implementation.