RAADiCal

Project overview

The project aims to support older individuals and people with disabilities in maintaining a healthy lifestyle through intelligent robotics systems. This includes fostering social interactions, encouraging healthy eating, and aiding in physical and mental exercises. The project will develop a robotic system to assist communication, monitoring, and motivation, with support from a human operator when needed.

1.34 M
project funding
5
partners involved
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countries involved
RAADiCal

Our Role

PAL Robotics contributes to the RAADiCal project by integrating ARI and TIAGo robots. These robots are key in testing and implementing the project’s objectives, assisting with tasks that support daily routines and social interactions in healthcare settings. Their role demonstrates the practical application of robotics in enhancing the quality of life for the elderly and disabled.

Key responsibilities

  • Providing ARI and TIAGo robots to assist in the development of the robotic system.
  • Collaborating in designing functionalities for aiding communication and monitoring individuals.
  • Contributing to the implementation of physical and mental exercise routines.
  • Assisting in integrating human remote operator capabilities for real-time support during critical situations.
  • Aiming to enhance the quality of life for older individuals and those with disabilities through intelligent robotics systems.

 

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