euRobotics Topic Groups

The Topic Groups are the crucible where ideas become innovation.

euRobotics Alliances

Find out more about the euRobotics alliances, partners and related activities.

European Robotics Forum

The most influential meeting of the robotics community in Europe.

European Robotics Week

Every year, the ERW offers one week of various robotics related activities for the general public.

European Robotics League

The ERL local and major tournaments are based in Europe and are open to international participation.

euRobotics Awards

euRobotics awards three prizes annually at the European Robotics Forum.

We are committed to:

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strengthening competitiveness and ensuring industrial leadership of manufacturers, providers and end users of robotics technology-based systems and services;

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the widest and best uptake of robotics technologies and services for professional and private use;

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the excellence of the science base of European robotics.

euRobotics aisbl is a Brussels based international non-profit association for all stakeholders in European robotics. The objectives of euRobotics are to boost European robotics research, development and innovation and to foster a positive perception of robotics.

Latest news

Call for hosting European Robotics Forum 2027

Call for hosting European Robotics Forum 2027

Call for ERF 2025 Workshop Proposals

Call for ERF 2025 Workshop Proposals

LATE NEWS: New Slovenian robotics association  

LATE NEWS: New Slovenian robotics association  

A calculated absence?  

A calculated absence?  

ROBOT 2024 – Call for Papers 

ROBOT 2024 – Call for Papers 

KUKA Innovation Award – Deadline 28 June 

KUKA Innovation Award – Deadline 28 June 

Testimonials

We (are) on the frontier of the next big step. Harnessing data and AI in a proper way to realize [even more potential] in robotics is an immerse opportunity.

Juha Röning, Oulu University, euRobotics Executive Team

“The main objective is to make an association that creates added value for members, and to be positively responsive. […] That’s our challenge.”

Marie Fortems, Chief Operating Officer (COO) euRobotics

“I […] think that the prospects for robotics in Europe are very strong, particularly given the unique attributes that European culture can bring to the ethics and application of robotics.”

Geoff Pegman, R U Robots Limited

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