RoboCity2030-III-CM program

RoboCity2030 is the biggest robotic long term cluster in Europe working since 2006. The consortium is formed by the six leading R&D centres of Madrid with more than 100 researchers in the field, half of them being PhDs. It is funded by the Community of Madrid and cofunded by Structural Funds of the European Union.

We promote robotics science and technologies in numerous human-centred applications in metropolitan areas, as well as in country areas. The strong synergies created by the main partners and more than 20 associated partners, from industry, allow the development of dozens of innovative European projects and knowledge transfer programs. Several results from these R&D activities have generated added-value products, technologies, software and services.

Latest news

Program-A-Robot competition inside IROS-2018
August 5, 2018

The Robotics Group at URJC organizes the third edition of the robot programming competition "Program-A-Robot". Leer Más

Crowdfunding initiative at the Robotics Lab UC3M
July 25, 2018

UC3M has launched two new projects through the II call of its CROWD-UC3M collective Leer Más

URJC’s participation in the RoboCup2018
July 9, 2018

The Robotics Group at URJC has participated in the RoboCup-2018 international competition at Montreal with Leer Más


The mission of the RoboCity2030 consortium is the development of robotic systems for the wellbeing of citizens and the improvement of their quality of life.

Our Technologies are oriented to solve numerous human´s daily life challenges by introducing intelligent robots. The main applications are assistive robots, social robots, field robots, rescue robots, environmental friendly robots and self-driving vehicles. All of them in order to create the intelligent robotic city of the future.

This Environment supports research excellence in robotics, performs effective technology transfer, creates innovative spin-offs and start-ups companies, and solves social and education needs. It works in strong cooperation with the regional government and engages several big municipalities of the region of Madrid.





    @RoboCity2030 RT @Fmrico: 1. First language: Basic 2. Had difficulties: Hope 3. Most Used: C++ 4. Totally hate: Objetive-C 5. Most loved: C++ && Python 6…
    7 days ago
    @RoboCity2030 RT @uc3mRoboticsLab: Prof Carlos Balaguer from @uc3mRoboticsLab presents his candidature for the election of the IEEE-RAS Advisory Committe…
    37 days ago

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