The project comprises 12 partners from 7 European countries, including key players from industry and academia. The consortium is a partnership of leaders in complementary fields of expertise, creating a unique formula to tackle critical challenges in the development and demonstration of exoskeletons for industrial application.

Zurich University of Applied Science, CH (Coordinator)
ZHAW is specialised in mechatronic development, design and prototyping of robotics.

accelopment AG, CH

accelopment is an experienced EU project management company with long-standing experience in project dissemination and exploitation of results in industry-driven projects.

Centro Ricerche Fiat S.c.p.A., IT

CRF is part of Fiat Automotive and a research centre for automotive industry and for manufacturing processes that covers the design and development of HMI device.

Compa S.A., RO

Compa is a private company working mainly on the manufacturing of components for the automotive industry.

Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Angewandten Forschung e.V., DE

Fraunhofer IAO provides solutions to organisational and technological challenges.

Güdel AG, CH

The Güdel Group is a leading global provider in the field of mechanical and system engineering.

Indra SAS, FR

Indra operates in the dismantling and recycling industry and plays a key role as end-user regarding the selection of functionality/concept analysis for demonstration.

Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, IT

IIT is a scientific and technological institute, which focuses on robotics and cognitive engineering.

MRK-Systeme GmbH, DE

MRK delivers automation solutions for many different industrial sectors.

Ropardo SRL, RO

Ropardo's expertise is in software development, implementation and maintenance of complex software solutions.

The Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research, NL

TNO as a scientific research institute has long-standing experience in the development of concept design and mission concept definition.

University of Limerick, IE

The Department of Design and Manufacturing Technology (D&MT) has specific expertise in ergonomics and will therefore be mainly involved in the functional analysis and biomechanical/cognitive evaluation of work activity.