SECURE: Safety Enables Cooperation in Uncertain Robotic Environments

Project Details


SECURE is a new Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action funded by the European Commission. It's aim is to train roboticists and research fellows on the cognitive and interaction level of robot safety. These fellows should then be able to cope with the new challenges for safety that come with the increased complexity in human work and living spaces. They also need to be familiar with safety concepts and solutions for a multitude of robotic platforms. Therefore, the SECURE network aims to train fellows on innovative scientific and technological requirements for safe human-robot interaction and will employ several of the currently best robot platforms in Europe.
The fellows are trained at six partner institutions in Europe and are supported by another five associated partners, ranging from large-scale international industrial partners to small enterprises, thus providing an optimal training environment for young researchers.
Effective start/end date1/08/1831/08/19

Collaborative partners


  • human-robot interaction, machine learning


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