Integrators' Day


Your company must face the challenges of robotization, in a general context of digitization of processes and the gradual introduction of artificial intelligence. Whatever its new fields of application in industry and services (logistics, infrastructure, transport, surveillance, security, public works, maintenance, intervention, etc.), robotics is above all a question of integrating perception, action and interaction functions in digital environments.

Given the strategic nature of this function and the scale of complexity in which it is carried out, the General Management of Companies, as part of the Robotics Action of the New Industrial France (NFI), has begun work to define the needs in terms of support for this Integration function and its development to promote the deployment of robotics in companies and services.



The integration function in robotics 

The function of integrators is essential to the deployment of the different forms of robotics. It is based on a precise knowledge of the field of application, the company concerned and of course on a set of skills to cover all the underlying technical issues.

-The fields of application concerned by robotics are diversifying considerably (industry 4.0, surveillance, logistics, digitisation of environments, agriculture, etc.,...... ),

-Technologies are evolving rapidly (sensors for environmental perception, interactive programming, data processing, environment, etc.)

-The scale of complexity of robotic systems and the digital and other environments in which they must be integrated is increasingly high.

revealing new needs.


The new needs

Faced with these technical developments, and the economic, organisational, societal and other challenges in which they are embedded, new needs related to the integration function are emerging, particularly in terms of:

-mastery of emerging technologies and techniques (collaborative robots, integration software architectures and tools, referenced sensor controls, environmental perception, data processing by learning, "natural" interfaces, etc.), 

-system engineering, interoperability, operational simulation, supervision, human/system interaction, etc.

-support in dealing with ergonomic, safety, security, safety and even ethical issues, 

-training in trades and techniques of needs analysis


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Région Auvergne-Rhône AlpesOnly LyonCommission Européenne

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