The regional tv program “Tesis” broadcasted one of our testsites where Giraff has been deployed under the ExCITE European project. Here is the full video (in Spanish, contact for further information). Please forward till 27:50
As the MoveCare project advances, new developments and intervention scenarios are incorporated by the different partners. Last 16th and 17th May 2018 the consortium met in Milan to integrate the lattest advances and discuss the roadmap for the following months. The MAPIR group, in charge of WP4 related to the robot navigation and represented by Javier Monroy,…
The International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) is the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society’s biggest conference and one of the leading international forums for robotics researchers to present their work. In the 2016 conference held in Stockhold, Sweden, the MAPIR group was represented by Mariano Jaimez and Ruben Gómez who presented their works:
The final review of the European project GiraffPlus took place in Rome on February, 26th, 2015. During the meeting, different components of the system were shown in-situ and the overall project got an excellent score by the reviewers.
The first edition of the IBIMA-Divulga awards, bringing together the best papers published during 2017 within the Institute of Biomedical Research in Malaga, was celebrated last May 2018 in Málaga. This act was inaugurated by the Deputy Councilor of Health, together with the Vice-Rector for research and transfer of the University of Málaga, and the…
The ExCite Project (Enabling SoCial Interaction Through Embodiment) has won the first European AAL Forum Award 2011. The project has been selected as the most promising among 80 EUropean projects. -Press report on the award here (external link) –ExCite Project page at Mapir website.
The Semantic Team (in the picture from left to right): Alessandro Saffiotti (University of Örebro), Martin Günther (University of Osnabrück), Cipriano Galindo (University of Malaga), Joachim Hertzberg (University of Osnabrück), and Federico Pecora (University of Örebro), at the “Big rabbit” Stortorget in Örebro, August 2011.