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Metralabs GmbH Neue Technologien und Systeme (MLAB)
MetraLabs GmbH Neue Technologien und Systeme
http://www.MetraLabs.com

Responsible Person: Dr. Andreas Bley
Role/Responsibilities: MetraLabs is responsible for the design and implementation of the Robot Companion Scenario. Therefore, MetraLabs is the leader of WP6 and also contributes to the robot specification (requirements engineering, standards, robot technologies), the architecture and the verification of the robot.

MetraLabs GmbH designs and produces electronics, mechanics, and software for industrial and academic business partners. Since 2004 the company is focused on the development and manufacture of dependable and flexibly applicable mobile robots based on industrial standards. At present, MetraLabs Robotics offers two types of robots: First, the SCITOS G5 platform, which combines the robustness and longevity of industrial robots with the mobility and flexibility of research robots. It is sold in particular within Europe. Secondly, in reference to real robot applications, MetraLabs has focused on mobile service robots which communicate with human beings. With the aim "robots that inspire" MetraLabs offers social robot solutions for the point of sale and works together with important companies and institutes of the trade business. Furthermore, MetraLabs Robotics also tunes mobile robots so that researchers and companies can implement new ideas on their existing systems.
 

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The CompanionAble project is co-funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme

(Grant Agreement Number 216487).

Start Date: 1st January 2008
Duration: 48 Month

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