ICT Challenge 2: Cognitive Systems and Robotics
Providing the next generations of ICT systems and products with more intelligence will open the door to a wide range of opportunities for ICT-based applications in a range of sectors.
ICT systems - including robot and robotic systems - need to be more robust, context-aware and easy-to-use. Endowing them with advanced learning, cognitive and reasoning capabilities will help facilitate this. Such capabilities should help them adapt to changing situations as well as to user needs and preferences. They should also help them to carry out tasks intelligently with people, and in the service of people, for example as assistants in the workplace, as home companions and servants, or as automatic agents for security. Read more...
This section of the ICTWeb site includes information on:
- an overview of the workprogramme for Challenge 2 of the ICT research theme;
- Contact details for further information on participating in this challenge;
- related research carried out from 2002 to 2006 in the IST activity area of FP6.
|Objective||Publication date||Closure date||Budget (M€)||Funding schemes||Status|
|1. Robotics, Cognitive Systems & Smart Spaces, Symbiotic Interaction||10/07/2012||15/01/2013||67||IP, STREP||
|2. Robotics use cases & Accompanying measures||10/07/2012||15/01/2013||23||STREP, CSA||
|1. Cognitive Systems and Robotics||18/01/2012||17/04/2012||82||IP, STREP, CSA||
|1. Cognitive Systems and Robotics||28/09/2010||21/01/11||73||IP, STREP, CSA||
|1. Cognitive Systems and Robotics||24/11/2009||13/04/2010||80||IP, STREP, CSA||
|1. Cognitive Systems and Robotics||19/11/2008||01/04/2009||73||IP, STREP, NoE||Closed|
|2. Language-Based Interaction||19/11/2008||01/04/2009||26||IP, STREP, NoE||Closed|
|1. Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics||04/12/07||08/04/08||97||CP, NoE, CSA||
|1. Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics||22/12/06||08/05/07||96||CP, NoE, CSA||Closed|