Entries by Astein

Call for experts: Delphi Survey Round 2

The ROBOMINERS team invites you to take part in Round 2 of the project’s Delphi Survey. The survey presents a series of statements about the future (2050) on topics relevant for the vision and implementation of the ROBOMINERS technology line. This survey builds upon the comments and statistics made by the experts in Round 1. […]

Call for experts: Delphi Survey

Are you an expert in the field of mineral raw materials or robotics? We invite you to participate in the ROBOMINERS research efforts to improve a unique technology by participating in our Delphi Survey. The survey presents a series of statements about the future (2050) on topics relevant for the vision and implementation of the […]

ROBOMINERS 1st Clustering Event

The first ROBOMINERS-organised clustering event was held on 4th June. This was an online meeting, where the ROBOMINERS team met with other EU-funded projects (Horizon2020 and EIT RawMaterials) to share experiences and ideas, and create synergies for future collaboration on topics of relevance for the implementation of such projects. The clustering event started with a […]

Did you miss the ROBOMINERS webinar? Watch the recording!

On 18 February, the ROBOMINERS project organised a webinar on “Small and very-small scale robotic mining: deposit types and opportunities for Europe”. The recording is now available on our YouTube channel and you may download the presentations here: Potential targets of small-scale robotic mining – a European outlook – Eva Hartai, University of Miskolc Challenges of […]

ROBOMINERS interview series

The ROBOMINERS project invites you to meet the team which is developing the bio-inspired modular robot miner aiming at facilitating EU access to mineral raw materials. We have recently started an interview series with some of the partners. To start with, meet: Claudio Rossi, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Vitor Correia, European Federation of Geologists Giorgia […]

ROBOMINERS confinement story: LIBS scanner

A contribution from Christian Burlet, Geological Survey of Belgium (GSB) / Royal Belgian-Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS)   During April, May and June, the first ‘proof of concept’ experiment was planned at RBINS, to demonstrate the use of LIBS (Laser-induced breakdown Spectroscopy) to perform real-time diagnostics on drilling slurries inside the mineralogical module of ROBOMINERS. […]