Similarly to academic researchers, access to the TERRINet research facilities will be provided to industrial partners. Industrial partners will be given the opportunity to submit applications describing their needs similarly to academic researchers. The TTTC will be in charge of assessing the applications based on availabilities, relevance to the research goals of TERRINet, and potential opportunities for collaborations with academic researchers.
In 2019 the inaugural “Industry Day” will be organized with demos, presentations, posters, panel discussions and booths demonstrating research results from TERRINet.
TERRINet is planning to organize workshops with industrial partners and stakeholders that will serve as brokerage activities with the purpose to create links between academic and industrial partners to seek further collaborative funding either at the EU or national levels, and to brainstorm about and coordinate new research venues and new applications of robotics technologies.