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Agile4Robotics - ERF2017 Workshop

Agile4RoboticsThe main objective of the Workshop is to share positive experiences in the application of Lean and Agile techniques to Robotics.

Lean and Agile techniques have been widely used in production and in software product development. However, Robotics offers a very complex challenge since it embeds both hardware and software.

Another important aspect of interest to the European robotics community is how to manage multiple concurrent projects with an agile team as robotics requires multiple expertize onboard and considering that R&D research is mainly funded in Europe through projects… How can Projects and Product developments could be made compatible?.

This project is the first known initiative to discuss specifically Agile for Robotics, focusing on the specificities of Robotics technology and development practices.

The 3 main topics to be discussed will be:

- Agile for hardware development in the context of Robotics?

- How to design an Agile team for a Robotics development when robotics requires various experts to work together…?

- How to work on multiple concurrent projects such as H2020 and industrial projects, plus an internal product development?

 

Some Facts about Agile4Robotics Workshop:

This workshop has been first introduced for the ERF2017, 

A final plenary session will then be set to summarize the results of the groups and will try to draw conclusions and initial best-practices. 

  • Introduction to the workshop. Damien Sallé - Tecnalia. 5'
  • Introduction to topic: Agile for hardware development in the context of Robotics. Guy Caverot - BA Systeme. 10’ 
  • Introduction to topic: How to design an Agile team for a Robotics development when robotics requires various experts to work together…?. Anders Billeso Beck - DTI. 10'
  • Introduction to topic: How to work on multiple concurrent projects such as H2020 and industrial projects, plus an internal product development?. Ugo Cupcic - Shadow Robot. 10' 
  • Group work moderated by the speaker of the each of the 3 topics. 30’
  • Synthesis and conclusion. 25’

This workshop is not a “listen to presentation” session. Participants will be asked to share their experience. They should come with a printed 2 pages A4 illustrating the solution they implemented.

The introduction presentations as well as the results of this workshop will be uploaded on this website.

 

So if you cannot attend, stay tuned!


More Information: Damien Salle 


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