News from the Network

Robotics in Healthcare is increasingly becoming a topic of interest for society and the economy. In view of this, we are delighted to announce the upcoming activities within the DIH-HERO network.


The European Robotics Forum will be held online from 13th – 15th of April 2021. DIH-HERO be present in the session “FSTP Success stories” where the companies Voxdale and PAL Robotics will share their experience.
Furthermore, don’t miss the workshop “Robotics in Healthcare – future perspectives” moderated by our DIH-HERO coordinator Françoise Siepel. We are very happy to welcome you!

On 19th and 20th of May the first digital DIH-HERO Knowledge Conference will take place.

Save the date!

Through a mix of webinars and plenary discussions, we will talk about different aspects of robotics in healthcare.

  • Medical Robotics
  • Funding
  • Certification/Standards
  • Technology and test environments
  • Success stories
  • Implementing Robotics in a clinical environment

Find all information about the conference and the registration format on


Our second Technolgy Demonstrator Call opens from April 1st to June 30th

Awarded projects will run for nine months and receive a maximum financial support of 100,000€. The type of activity that qualifies for funding is a technology demonstrator project, which demonstrates the feasibility of new, innovative and enhanced robotic solutions in one of the defined major healthcare application domains.

For further information please join our official website: or contact us via email:

News from another healthcare robotics project

The LIAISON Project, financed by the H2020 project COVR, aims at collecting information about gaps and inconsistencies in existing robot safety standards and legal frameworks so that policy/standard makers can more easily update their regulatory frameworks according to the existing state of the art.

If you are familiar with any of the following standards, please fill out the surveys
that best reflect the robot development you are working on: