Workshop on robotics innovations in USaR operations at the HNPW 2022

Workshop on robotics innovations in USaR operations at the HNPW 2022

The CURSOR project organises an online workshop on robotics innovations in urban search and rescue operations at the Humanitarian Networks and Partnership Weeks 2022. 

We would like to invite you to this workshop where we will:

  • learn more about current ground robotic research in the urban search and rescue field,
  • explore the recent developments in the ground robotics research based on the EU research project CURSOR example and
  • get a first responder’s perspective of the robots application during the search and rescue deployments. 

Speakers: moderation Evangelos Sdongos (ASTRIAL, Germany), Prof Satoshi Tadokoro (Tohoku University, Japan), Tiina Ristmäe (THW, Germany)

Date & time: 5 of May 2022 09:00 – 10:30 CET

Location: remote participation. Meeting invitation will be sent to the registered workshop participants

Registration: Meeting Registration (cursor-project.eu)

The Drones Magazine talks about CURSOR

The Drones Magazine talks about CURSOR

The Drones Magazine features our project coordinator THW and the use of drones, and naturally CURSOR  is one of the showcase projects. Find the full article (in German) here.

Looking for the full magazine? https://www.drones-magazin.de/shop 

CEN Workshop agreement initiated

CEN Workshop agreement initiated

We are delighted to share that the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) announced the initiation of our CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA) on “Urban search and rescue – Guideline for the application of a test method for innovative technologies to detect victims in debris”. Click here to visit the CEN website. Please feel free to give your inputs as the standard development is open to anybody who can contribute know-how.

Getting ready for the SMURF test in Brignoles

Getting ready for the SMURF test in Brignoles

First partners have arrived and are setting everything up for our field test in Brignoles, France. Here, the mobility, durability and usability of SMURF as well as the SMURF Workstation and communication system will be tested in a realistic setting. Also further developments of SNIFFER, the “artificial nose” of SMURF, will be explored. Additionally, first Responders get the chance to test this technology and we are really looking forward to their feedback.

CURSOR Final Demonstration & Stakeholder Event

7-8 February 2023, Wesel, Germany

 
CURSOR Final Demonstration

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