euRobotics provides a unique structure for robotics in Europe, coordinates the road-mapping process for European robotics, fosters community building and boosts outreach. 

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Member Benefits
Provides a unique structure for robotics in Europe, serving as the:
  • Association for all European robotics stakeholders, with over 250 members from industry and research
  • Founder member of ADRA, the private side of the Public-Private Partnership with the European Commission
  • Initiator and coordinator of Topic Groups for structuring various content and interests
Coordinates the road-mapping process for European robotics
  • Is a central source of information on robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) for the European Commission, policy makers and Member States (giving input to Horizon 2020, Civil laws on robots, Horizon Europe, Digital Europe Programme, AI Strategy etc.)
  • Represents European robotics and AI at regional, national and international level
Fosters community building by:
  • Informing members regularly through the newsletter
  • Granting access to members contacts’ through the online Members Catalogue
  • Organising events (European Robotics Forum, European Robotics Week), workshops and providing networking opportunities
  • Enabling members to create partnerships or host exclusive European robotics events
  • Making use of EU-funded Coordination Actions for further strategic developments
Boosts outreach by:
  • Promoting European robotics
  • Promoting a positive image of robotics (through events, social media, etc.)
  • Offering visibility opportunities to members during major events (through sponsoring and exhibition, videos, interviews etc.)

Become a member

All Members have to be organisations that can be formally represented by a person of that entity.  Members can be departments, laboratories or groups of larger entities.  Members with voting rights fall in either of two categories: industry or research, each including further subcategories.

To apply, please fill in the euRobotics AISBL Membership Application Form as well as the document with your profile which are available in the ”Documents” section below.

Membership information
Industry membership
  • Companies belonging to the robotics industry, which have research, design, development and / or manufacturing facilities for robots established in European countries.
  • Companies that have a partnership relationship to the robotics industry, either as a component supplier, service provider, system integrator or end user.
Research membership
  • Research Technology Organisations (RTO Members) are organisations such as research institutes and departments and laboratories which are emphasizing in particular in bridging the gap between fundamental research (usually carried out by Higher Education Establishments) and product and application development (as carried out by industry). RTOs are generally non-profit organisations.
  • Higher Education Establishments (HES Members) are entities such as universities and university departments and laboratories or research groups of universities engaging in research in the field of robotics technologies and robotics manufacturing in general. They are emphasizing in particular generating knowledge through basic research and educating future robotics scientists and engineers.
Associate membership

Associate Membership is open to trade unions, regional clusters and other stakeholders with an interest in researching, designing, developing, manufacturing, disseminating, transferring using and / or applying robotics technology or interested in supporting robotics businesses and robotics-related activities by providing services or financing

Membership Fees

1.  Membership fees will cover the running costs of the organisation, in particular those of the Secretary-General and the euRobotics Office.

2.  All Members pay fees based on their robotics related turnover or budget, respectively:

 > Companies:
    robotics related turnover
> RTOs and HES:
    robotics related budget* 

  Annual Fee

 

  Free registrations to the 
  European Robotics Forum 
  based on the annual fee
0 – <0.5 Mio Euro 999 Euro 1
0.5 – <2 Mio Euro 1,100 Euro 1
2- <10 Mio Euro 3,000 Euro 2
10- <50 Mio Euro 5,900 Euro 3
50- <100 Mio Euro 11,700 Euro 4
>= 100 Mio Euro 17,700 Euro 5

*maximum fee for RTO and HES members is 5,900 Euro

3.  The turnover/budget category has to be given by the applicant during the application process.

4.  As a rule of thumb HES and RTO Members are allowed to compute their budget in a similar way as when applying for EC research grants, i.e., number of full-time equivalents working for a Member multiplied with the direct costs associated to a full-time equivalent plus 20% overhead.

5. Very small companies, such as start-up companies, small research groups from RTOs and HES, in particular new groups in their phase of establishment or groups from Eastern European countries, can apply for a reduced fee to become a member with full membership rights, but without free registrations to the European Robotics Forum. The membership application has to detail the reasons for granting lower membership fees. A membership fee of 250 Euro is considered the absolute minimum in such cases. Such members will be asked to present their eligibility for this reduced membership fee to the Board of Directors in every year.

Associate members pay a fee of 250 Euros and do not receive any tickets.

To apply, please fill in the euRobotics AISBL Membership Application Form, as well as the “Member organisation profile – template” document with your profile. The two files are available in the “Documents” section below.

Documents

Please avoid filling data by printing and handwriting to avoid errors when reading and typing to the membership data base.

Membership application form – .pdf version

Membership data update form – .pdf version

Member organisation profile – template – .docx version

Membership brochure – .pdf version

Bylaws (effective since 10 February 2018) – .pdf version

Statutes (effective since June 2022) – .pdf version

Previous Statutes and Bylaws: Statutes (2016) – .pdf version, Statutes (2012) – .pdf version, Bylaws (2013) – .pdf version

Latest News

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