RIMA received new batch of robotics experiments, at Welcome boot camp, to deliver up to 8.1M€ from the EU
The FSTP beneficiaries, selected within the RIMA Open Call 2, have been participating in a 2-
days welcome camp hosted by University of Seville, partner of the project, last 8th and 9th of
July. The event was attended by all project partners, project DIHs and some of the more
important Industry- specific representatives in Europe, involved in the Action Group with a
- To introduce to beneficiaries the full support programme and resources available for
- To match them with the more suitable Digital Innovation Hubs within the pool
available in the consortium.
- And connecting research, technology & service providers, industry sectors, investors
and certification bodies under one roof.
In total there were 31 experiments making a total of 50 technology experimentations
among SMEs that are seizing the fund that the European Commission put in place,
ascending to 8.1M€
- Energy Generation & Distribution:
AUTOBOLT, AutoDrone, BladeBUG, ROBULCLEAN, SBID, SPARC I&M, T-IRIS
- Urban & Suburban transport routes & buildings:
ALDAK_RAIL, CAARMS, CQMR, GreenBee, GUMBOT, InspectRAIL, TunnelEye
- Transport, Cargo & Mobility:
A3D, ACIDRONES, AUPIR, NYMO, RoboHop
DEMZONE-2, MAGIC_LANCER_II, REALIGNED, RoMy, SPIIDER
- Water Supply & Sanitation:
Movex, PIPEYE RIE, TERRAPIN, UV-DGI
- Oil & Gas and Chemicals:
F3DI, MIMIC, RAID
These Robotics Innovation Experiment (RIE) will receive up to € 150K EU Funding be
developing, testing, validating the technical and economic viability of a robotics-based
representative model or prototype system to be applied in ‘Target-Use Domain’ operational
environment. They will receive a grant for Technology transfer and development in I&M
robotic applications. Also, they will receive Provide education and training on robotics, Support
to commercialize their solutions during the project, with the ultimate goal of connecting and
sharing best practices with Network of 13 European Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH) on robotics.
Results will be published in around 14 months.