Clara Valente and Hanne Møller have attended the kick-off meeting of RoBUTCHER [grant number 871631], a European funded project of 7.5 Million Euro, on January 13th and 14th 2020. The goal of the project is the development of a robust, flexible and scalable cognitive robotics platform, generally referred to as a "Meat Factory Cell".RoBUTCHER brings forward a new strategy which deviates significantly from current line-based production methods used in meat production. The project includes significant development in artificial intelligence and cooperative human-robot interaction
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