AUGUST, 2014

RoboLaw

Regulating Emerging Robotic Technologies in Europe:
Robotics facing Law and Ethics


FP7-SCIENCE-IN-SOCIETY-2011-1
Project No.: 289092
Start date: March 1st, 2012
Duration: 27 Months
Funding scheme: Collaborative project
EU Financial Contribution: 1.497.966 EUR


THE ROBOLAW PROJECT HAS CONCLUDED IN MAY 2014.
THE DOCUMENT ENTITLED 'GUIDELINES FOR REGULATING ROBOTICS' WILL BE OFFICIALLY RELEASED ON SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2014 AND WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD FROM THIS WEB-SITE


Welcome to the RoboLaw Project!


 DustCart fild test in Peccioli (2010) The main objective of the RoboLaw project is to investigate the ways in which emerging technologies in the field of (bio-) robotics (e.g. bionics, neural interfaces and nanotechnologies) have a bearing on the content, meaning and setting of the law. The most important outcome of the RoboLaw project will consist of some "Guidelines on Regulating Robotics", containing regulatory suggestions for the European Commission, in order to establish of a solid framework of 'robolaw' in Europe. READ MORE >>



    Deliverable D6.2 'Guidelines for Regulating Robotics' SUBMITTED
    The document, which will be officially released in September 2014, will be available for download from this web-site.