Composable Models and Software for Robotics Systems

Model-driven engineering techniques are well suited to manage system-of-system integration, as has been proven in many engineering domains. Robotics can benefit from these advantages. RobMoSys proposes an integrative approach with respect to existing technologies for further use and improvement. It aims at establishing a composition-oriented approach that manages, maintains and assures system-level properties on model-level, while preserving modularity and independence of existing robotics frameworks and code. RobMosys will turn community involvement into active support for an open and sustainable European robotics software ecosystem of professional quality and scope. Two Open Calls for broad involvement will provide important concretizations for many of the common robot functionalities.

For further information, see the project webpage

The University of Applied Sciences Ulm (HSU) is project partner within the H2020 RobMoSys project.

RobMoSys will enable the composition of robotics applications with managed, assured, and maintained system-level properties via model-driven techniques.

Project Information

FundingEU H2020-ICT-2016-1 Grant Agreement 732410
DurationJanuary 2017 – December 2020
Contact at THUProf. Dr. Christian Schlegel
RobMoSys Kick Off: Press Release
Ulmer Knowhow für europäische Roboterforschung
CoordinatorCEA (Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives)
PartnersComau SPA, Eclipse Foundation Europe GmbH, EUnited AISBL, Hochschule Ulm, KU Leuven, PAL Robotics SL, Siemens AG, and TU Munich