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.
- Invitation to survey about non-technological aspects of roboticsApril 2, 2021METRICS project consortium partners join new initiative While the METRICS project continues working on the dry-run campaigns, several consortium partners did join a new initiative – Robotics4EU project. Robotics4EU project aims to contribute /.../ Read more...
- METRICS project presented at PILOTING workshopJuly 4, 2020On 25 June, the PILOTING H2020 Project organized a stakeholder’s workshop webinar. PILOTING project is developing advanced robotics and AI technologies applied to Inspection & Maintenance (I&M) industry. This workshop was attended by over /.../ Read more...
- METRICS kick-off meetingFebruary 3, 2020METRICS kick-off meeting took place on 3rd of February 2020 at LNE (Paris, France). The meeting started with an introduction by Guillaume Avrin (LNE, project coordinator) who welcomed all participants. He gave an overview of the project including /.../ Read more...