Autonomous Robotic platform for Maintenance Repairing and Overhaul

Project: EU Commission

Project Details


Artificial intelligence (AI) and digitalisation play a big role in many different sectors, offering countless benefits and improved optimisation processes. This has inspired many companies to search for novel ways to integrate them. However, despite all the advantages they offer, AI-based technologies are not easy to implement as they require experience and special know-how from operators. The EU-funded Fluently project aims to change this by developing a novel intelligent interface unit. The smart interface will allow machines to interpret speech content and tone more accurately and convert gestures into instructions, while also focusing on improved worker well-being. The project’s solution also includes the Robo-Gym, providing the first environment in Europe where human–robot interactive training can take place.
Effective start/end date1/06/2231/05/25

Collaborative partners

  • University of Bath
  • Reply Deutschland SE (lead)
  • Roboverse Reply GmbH
  • STMicroelectronics SRL
  • Bit & Brain Technologies SL
  • Morphica Societa a Responsabilita Limitata
  • Systhmata Ypologistikis Orashs Irida Labs AE - IRIDA
  • Gleechi AB
  • Foreningen Odense Robotics
  • Transition Technologies PSC Spolka Akcyjna
  • Malta Electromobility Manufacturing Limited
  • Politecnico di Torino - Polito
  • Deutsches Forschungszentrum fur Kunstliche Intelligenz GmbH
  • Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Syddansk Universiteit
  • Competence Industry Manufacturing 40 SCARL
  • Prima Additive SRL
  • Fanuc Switzerland GmbH
  • Waseda University
  • Scuola Universitaria Professionale Della Svizzera Italiana
  • MCH-Tronics SAGL


  • EU - Horizon 2020


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