Participation is welcome to those interested in applying robotics and automation technologies for humanitarian causes.
To bring together researchers, developers, interested and like-minded people to contribute to various humanitarian activities where robotics and automation can play a key role towards increasing the quality of life in underserved, underdeveloped areas around the globe including all Regions of the IEEE.
Application of robotics and automation technologies for promoting humanitarian causes around the globe; and to leverage existing and emerging technologies for the benefit of humanity by providing a forum for discussions and implementation of projects and ideas in collaboration with existing global communities.
HumRobTech, LLC, USA
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- Bernardine Dias, CMU, USA
- Alaa Khamis, SuezU, Egypt
- Lino Marques, UCoimbra, Portugal
- Bradley Nelson, ETHZ, Switzerland
- Edson Prestes, UFRGS, Brazil
- Zvi Shiller, ArielU, Israel