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EUROBENCH: Preparing Robots for the Real World

  • D. Torricelli
  • J. L. Pons
Conference paper
Part of the Biosystems & Biorobotics book series (BIOSYSROB, volume 22)

Abstract

Robots are entering our everyday life at an exponential pace. Benchmarking can help researchers and developers to improve their systems, as well as providing end-user with easy-to-understand “performance scores” able to identify the best solution for their needs. Unfortunately, a benchmarking methodology for robotics is still not available. The EUROBENCH project wants to provide rigorous tools at both software and hardware level, to allow companies, researchers and users to test robotic systems under multiple facets. The project, initially focused on bipedal robotics technologies (exoskeletons, prostheses, humanoids), will offer funding opportunities to third parties to participate in the development and validation of the different components of the framework.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Neural Rehabilitation GroupSpanish National Research CouncilMadridSpain

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