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February 9, 2015 | Results of France’s first national collaborative robotics competition

France’s first-ever national interactive robotics competition, held on February 5, was by all accounts a success. The event was organized by the DGE (the French government’s Directorate General for Enterprise) and the CEA and was held at the CEA’s Nano-INNOV center. Two CEA LIST start-ups, Haption and RB3D, took home prizes.

Lauréats concours national robotique collaborative

In all, four winners came away with a total of €185,000 in prize money:

  • Innovation Award: Percipio for its Chronogrip compact micro-assembly cobot.
  • Integration Award: a consortium consisting of the Institute for Intelligent Systems and Robotics (ISIR), a multidisciplinary research laboratory of Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Endocontrol, Institut Mutualiste Montsouris, and Haption for their JAiMY robotic instrument for minimally-invasive surgery.
  • Jury’s Pick: Naio Technologies for its Oz mechanical weeding assistance robot for farmers.
  • Video Award: PSA Peugeot Citroën for its crankcase deburring assistance unit with assistance cobot and collaborative robot.

Runner-up prizes were given to:

  • BALYO, for its automatic handling cart.
  • NEODITECH, for its Scara robotic arm.
  • RB3D, for version 3 of its Hercule exoskeleton.

Learn more:

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National interactive robotics competition web site: www.concours-robotique.fr