The METRICS project
Metrological Evaluation and Testing of Robots in International Competitions
The METRICS project, led by the National Metrology and Testing Laboratory (LNE), will organize robotics competitions in four priority areas identified by the European Commission: health, agri-food, inspection and maintenance of infrastructure and agile production.
4 competitions in 4 priority areas
Development of the Evaluation Framework
METRICS is designed to organise competitions as reproducible and objective evaluation campaigns and aims to structure in a sustainable way the European robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) community around the four priority areas.
Consolidation of the European Robotics Community
Bringing together Unique European Competences in robotics and systems testing, METRICS also intends to build a sustainable structure to address the critical needs for evaluation of intelligent systems, which is an essential condition for their adoption.
- HEART-MET Field Campaign 2023HEART-MET Physically Assistive Robot Challenge. ICRA 2023 The ICRA 2023 METRICS HEART-MET Physically Assistive Robot Challenge took place at ExCeL /.../ Read more...
- HEART-MET Field Campaign 2023HEART-MET Field Campaign 2023 We invite you to participate in the HEART-MET Field Campaign 2023, which at the premises of University of Florence /.../ Read more...
- ICRA 2023: ADAPT Human-Robot Collaborative Assembly ChallengeADAPT Human-Robot Collaborative Assembly Challenge Registration is open! We invite you to participate in the ICRA 2023 METRICS ADAPT Human-Robot /.../ Read more...
The next round of the ADAPT Cascade Campaign is planned to be held in July – September 2023.
Detailed information will be published soon.
The next HEART-MET Cascade Competition is planned to be held in June-August, 2023.
Detailed info about the competition is coming soon.
The 2nd RAMI Marine Robots competition will challenge the Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) of participant teams to accomplish Inspection & Maintenance tasks set in the CMRE protected seawater basin. AUVs will require perception, manipulation, adaptive mission planning and autonomous navigation skills to be successful.