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[papyrus-ic] Potential funding for project about tooling for robotics - Fwd: RobMoSys Call Opened: Join our Brokerage Day in Frankfurt to find out more!

Dear all, 

Please find below a newsletter from the RobMosys project. 
The Eclipse Foundation is a partner of this European project that promotes model driven tools for robotics. 

The project organizes an open call with significant funding (up to 250k€ per partner for projects funded up to 300k€), and there is a brokerage meeting in Frankfurt on August 24th.

I hope to see you there with great ideas to contribute to this goal of better tools for better robots.

Best regards,
Gaël Blondelle
Director European Ecosystem Development
Eclipse Foundation Europe
Phone: +33 (0)673 392 185
Twitter: @gblondelle 

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From: RobMoSys newsletter <newsletter@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 2017-07-14 14:46 GMT+02:00
Subject: RobMoSys Call Opened: Join our Brokerage Day in Frankfurt to find out more!
To: gael.blondelle@xxxxxxxxxxx

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Dear Roboticist,

Since July 10, the RobMoSys Open Call finally is open!

Find out more and team up with the RobMoSys community at our Brokerage day in Frankfurt, Germany, on August 24, 2017. We will give you further insights into the RobMoSys approach, inform you on why and how to participate and help you to find suitable partners.

Find out more on the vision of RobMoSys - better models, better tools, better robotic systems - in our short explanatory video.

Register now and be part of it!


Brokerage day in Frankfurt on August 24, 2017

Interested in being part of the RobMoSys community?

Want to find out more about the RobMoSys approach and the technical details of the concept?

Keen on finding out more about the funding opportunities offered within the first Open Call?

Then join us for the Brokerage day in Frankfurt/M, Germany on August 24, 2017.

It will take place at the VDMA Building (Lyoner Str. 18) from 10:30 am to 4:00 pm. From 9:30 am, coffee will be served for the early arrivers who get the chance for a first informal networking.

Places are limited and will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. We reserve the right to limit the number of pitches (max. one pitch per organisation), but every organisation is asked to at least introduce itself, its expertise and fields of activities.

The registration form as well as the agenda are published on the RobMoSys website at

Come and join us. Please register online now!

The location is easily accessible from the airport and Frankfurt main station, as well as by car. There are several hotels within walking distance.

Directions and hotel recommendations

Check hotels' availability


RobMoSys Open Call opened

The first RobMoSys Open Call - opened on July 10th and closing on October 9th, 2017 - will select up to 12 projects to start on March 1st 2018 with a runtime of 12 months. The call offers research funding opportunities to research institutions, universities, industries, and SMEs, located in the EU.

Types of activities that qualify for financial support are software developments under the form of:


• Composable models of components (ports, blocks, connectors enriched with composition constraints, resource requirements, etc.).

• Models of system-level composition (system composed out of models of components) within a relevant use-case (composition for design-time or run-time composability).

Tools and Meta-Models

• Extensions and/or improvements of, the provided RobMoSys meta-models (for instance for additional non-functional concerns such as Quality of Service, timing, performance, etc.).

• Extensions and/or improvements of, the provided RobMoSys tools baseline (e.g. for design-time predictability, sanity checks, composability analysis, formal conformance verification, etc.). The current RobMoSys tools baseline is available here.

Find out more at

Submit your proposal at


RobMoSys explained in a minute

Find out more about the vision of the RobMoSys project:


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Technische Universität München
Department of Informatics VI
Robotics and Embedded Systems
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85748 Garching

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