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Sunday, 15 June, 2014

The initiative “Workshop and Summer School euRathlon/ARCAS 2014” will be held next June and will provide participants with a full overview and hand-on experience with multi-domain (ground, sea and aerial) real robotic systems.- The seminar is jointly organized by euRathlon and ARCAS research projects which are funded by the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission, and will have the participation of leading teachers, experts and professionals in this type of technologies at a national and international level.- The intended audience of the workshop/summer school is postgraduate students, PhD students, Master students and researchers from universities/organizations and engineers from industry companies around the world, willing to deepen their understanding of outdoor autonomous robotics, who will have the opportunity to develop their own algorithms and test them in real robotic systems.- The programme include a variety of talks and master classes, as well as real demonstrations of object manipulations with aerial robots and a demonstration of inspections tasks performed with an underwater robot in a swimming pool. The call for participation is already opened and all the related information is available on