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EUROP 1st EUROP Workshop Product Scenarios and Technology Roadmap. Workshop agenda. Day 1 morning : Plenary meeting Working groups organization Day 1 afternoon : Working group activities Day 2 morning : Working group activities Day 2 afternoon : Synthesis and homework.

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workshop agenda
Workshop agenda
  • Day 1 morning :
    • Plenary meeting
    • Working groups organization
  • Day 1 afternoon :
    • Working group activities
  • Day 2 morning :
    • Working group activities
  • Day 2 afternoon :
    • Synthesis and homework
plenary meeting topics
Plenary meeting topics
  • FP6 / Call 6 :
    • to be confirmed the 30th Nov, open date; 1st December, closing date ; 31st April, 36 Meuros for robotics.
    • Security is not part of the Call 6 topics !
  • SRA roadmap
    • To be issued by end of March
    • Workshop process and homework to match this objective
      • Workshop 1: Product roadmap (22 – 23 Nov)
      • Workshop 2 : Product roadmap consolidation and technology roadmap emergence (17 – 18 Jan , Roma or Paris as back up , to be confirm the 2nd of December)
      • Workshop 3 : (in March in Paris ) Technology roadmap consolidation
  • EURON / EUROP relationship
    • At the technology roadmap emergence milestone, to be organized in February for the second workshop
participants from website registration
Participants from Website registration

PROFESSIONAL SECTOR

SAGEM DS

R U Robots

Robosoft

HTR

intelsys

DLR RM

SINTERS

ZTS VVU KOSICE a.s

THALES

EADS NV

PGES

LAAS-CNRS

KUKA Roboter GmbH

QinetiQ

K-Team

Oxford Technologies Ltd

ITechnic Ltd

ECA

Telerobot

Saab AB

CEA

Deltatronics

Acrobot Company Ltd.

Reis Robotics

PHILIPS

INDUSTRY SECTOR

SAGEM DS

R U Robots

intelsys

SINTERS

ZTS VVU KOSICE a.s.

Neuronics AG

EADS NV

REIKU

KUKA Roboter GmbH

Telerobot

CEA

Reis Robotics

PHILIPS

EUnited Robotics

DOMESTIC SECTOR

SAGEM DS

Robosoft

intelsys

Electrolux AB

THALES

LAAS-CNRS

K-Team

iTechnic Ltd

Telerobot

CEA

PHILIPS

SPACE SECTOR

SAGEM DS

intelsys

Dassault Aviation

DLR RM

SINTERS

EADS Space TransportationEADS Space Astrium

Galileo Avionica S.p.A.

EADS NV

LAAS-CNRS

REIKU

KUKA Roboter GmbH

IAI

European Space Agency

Oxford Technologies Ltd

Finmeccanica

Telerobot

SECURITY SECTOR

SAGEM DS

R U Robots

Robosoft

intelsys

Dassault Aviation

EADS Space Transportation

ZTS VVU KOSICE a.s.

Neuronics AG

THALES

EADS Space Astrium

Galileo Avionica S.p.A.

EADS NV

PGES

LAAS-CNRS

EADS CRC Germany

QinetiQ

IAI

Oxford Technologies Ltd

Finmeccanica

iTechnic Ltd

ECA

Telerobot

Saab AB

BAE Systems

CEA

More than 50 attendees for the workshop

product scenario submission
Product Scenario Submission
  • Initial call for ideas prior to the workshop
  • Fast and first evaluation to filter by working group chair following criterias :
    • Market and clients
    • Innovation and originality
    • Clarity and presentation
    • Technical Strength
    • Relevance to challenges
  • More than 70 scenarios have been generated before the workshop
  • Working group leaders utilize a method guide to process the scenarios to emerge products and technologies.
role of wg chairs and co chairs
Role of WG chairs and co-chairs
  • Chair :
    • Organise working groups (consolidation groups and creation groups)
    • Schedule and manage speech timeline
    • Ensure a fair contribution of all the workshop stakeholders
    • Ensure product scenario objectives are met, in terms of balance, coverage and consistency
  • Co-chair :
    • Performs a synthesis of the working group outcome
    • Support the chair in its role and to guarantee the consistency of the production
working group leaders
Working Group leaders
  • WG Industry:
    • WGL : COMAU WGCL : EUnited
  • WG Professional services:
    • WGL : Deltatronics WGCL : CEA
  • WG Security Robots:
    • WGL : Alenia WGCL: RURobots
  • WG Space Robots:
    • WGL : EADS WGCL : Gallileo Avionica
  • Domestic Services:
    • WGL : PHILIPS WGCL : ITechnic
workshop process
Workshop Process

Initial review and evaluation(comitee)

Product Scenario Generation Day 1

Product Scenario Refinement and Consolidation Day 2

Process example 12h00-12h30

  • Presentation 9h00-10h45
  • each group presents product scenario updates and new scenarios
  • 6 minutes each, includig Q&A
  • Presentation 13h30-16h00
  • each author present product scenarios
  • 10 minutes including Q&A
  • Scenario Selection 11h00-12h15
  • Final Consolidation
  • Cochair prepares synthesis
  • Scenario workout 16h20-18h30
  • in small groups:
  • 1 Consolidation groups based on accepted scenario:
    • merging / combination
    • scenario breakdown
    • refinement & simplification
  • 2 Creation groups
    • Define missing scenario (domotic)

Synthesis (plenary) Day 2

Industry, Professional and Security : 13h30-15h30

Space & Domestic : 15H50-17h10

scenario generation day 1
Scenario Generation (Day 1)
  • Product Scenario
  • Deployment / Exploitation Environment
  • Key Features
  • Technological requirements
  • Product Roadmap

PS A

PS B

PS AB

+

Combining

PS A

PS A1

PS A2

Dividing

,

Simplifying, completing or improving

PS A

PS A ’

Use method guides and evaluation criterias

scenario worksheet day 1 2
Scenario worksheet (Day 1 & 2)

Refinement and Consolidation

Deployment / Exploitation Environment

Key Features

  • Assumptions (hazards, failures, ...)
  • Environment/ Exploitation Requirements (operator safety, …)
  • Actors, Missions and Interactions (Human , Robots, C3I)
  • Functions (mobility, grasping, diagnose…)
  • Systems Requirements (safety, …)
  • Design invariants (distributed sensing, …)
  • Others

Technological Requirements

Product Roadmap

  • Components
  • Systems Engineering
  • Human Factors
  • Advanced Behaviors
  • Micro-Nano-Robotics
  • Robotic Technologies
  • Others
  • Business Model
  • Commercialisation Structure
  • Production Aspects
  • Logistics
  • Product Schedule
  • Non EU competitors
product scenario example guide 1 4
Product Scenario : example guide (1/4)

Deployment / Exploitation Environment

  • Assumptions:
    • energy exhausted,
    • loss of communication,
  • Environment/ Exploitation Requirements:
    • remain within com distance from the C&C)
    • manage energy
    • partial autonomy (perception and planning)
  • Actors
    • Multiple rovers,
    • Planetary C&C,
    • earth station
  • Missions
    • perform mapping,
    • change modules,
    • operate sample return
  • Interactions
    • Remotely controled from the C&C
    • Remotely controled from earth via the C&C.
product scenario example guide 2 4
Product Scenario : example guide (2/4)

Key Features

  • Functions (mobility, grasping, diagnose…)
  • Systems Requirements (safety, …)
  • Design invariants (distributed sensing, …)
  • Others

Refuel and mission module change

Seismic, meteo sensor, com relay

Sample grasp and camera

Driller and

camera

  • Basic Functions
  • Navigate
  • Dock
  • Drill and Collect Sample
  • Sense and localise
  • Solar power refuel
  • Sensor deployment
  • Communication relay
  • Coordinate with others
  • Simple sample analysis
  • System Requirements:
  • Modularity of interfaces
  • Rover Safety
  • C2 safety when docking
  • Real time control
  • Design invariants:
  • Interface with C2
  • Local autonomy (perception, navigation, actuation loops)

Refuel (solar panel) and mobility

Operate, perform mission

slide13

Product Scenario : example guide (3/4)

Components

Communications

Optronics

Actuation

Mobility

Systems Engineering

Safety, dependability

Real-time

Modularity

Advanced Behaviors

Coordination and resource allocation

Automatic planning and scheduling, resource management

Diagnosis

Reconfiguration

Model Predictive Control / Adaptive control

Expert systems for automated analysis

System conflict detection and resolution

Robotic technologies

Grasping

Docking

Mobility in low / strong gavity

product scenario example guide 4 4

2008

2008

2010

2014

2015

R&D

Platform developement

R&D

Control and Command

Launch

Product Scenario : example guide (4/4)

Product Roadmap

ESA

  • Business Model
  • Commercialisation Structure
  • Production Aspects
  • Logistics
  • Product Schedule
  • Non EU competitors

Business Model

Public

Industrial

  • Competitors:
  • NASA
  • NASDA
merging example
Merging example

Solar panel

Robotic Arm

Modular unit

Mobility

  • Similar
  • Environment
  • Deployment scenarios
  • Sys. Requirements
  • Design invariants
  • Control / Command
synthesis and next step
Synthesis and next step

For each scenario:

  • Brief description according to the template
  • Have we got product?
  • Work to consolidate (refinement, other scenarii, …)

Technological trends

  • What is the picture?
  • Do we have consensus within each WG ?

Homework before the workshop 2(17 – 18 Jan)

  • Each groups shall consolidate the work according to supplied template (products and technologies). Outcomes expected by the year end
  • Each groups shall provide complementary scenarii if necessary to cover missing areas. Outcomes expected by the year end.
  • Sagem to provide beginning of next year a homogeneous synthesis of the workshop outcomes