• There will be a special session of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society to learn about works of interest in the field of the fusion of robotics and monitoring technologies.

From June 5 to 7, the IKERLAN technology center will host the second edition of the public workshop of the MOIRA project, the European Training Network on Monitoring of Large-Scale Complex Systems, at its Arrasate headquarters. 

During the day, companies, universities and research centers participating in the MOIRA network will present the progress of the project, whose objective is to develop the next generation of methodologies, algorithms and technologies for monitoring and optimization at the plant level based on data, focusing in diagnosis and prognosis in real time.

The workshop is completed with two seminars on process automation and monitoring systems ('Process automation & Monitoring Systems') and hybrid monitoring based on models of mechatronic systems ('Model-based & hybrid condition monitoring of mechatronic systems').

In addition, the program includes a special session sponsored by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, where different works in the field of the fusion of robotics and monitoring technologies will be presented and analyzed.

At IKERLAN, attendees will have the opportunity to see the DIGILAB facilities, the most advanced digital technologies laboratory in the State. It is a 2,000 square meter multi-technology space that houses state-of-the-art specialized infrastructure for research in areas such as collaborative robotics, cybersecurity, safety and reliability, 5G communications, artificial intelligence and quantum computing oriented to the industry.

Together with IKERLAN, the MOIRA network is made up of 15 other leading knowledge agents in monitoring complex systems, among others the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, the Fraunhofer research institute or industrial companies such as Siemens. MOIRA brings together junior researchers and experienced specialists from across Europe covering different scientific disciplines, as well as industrial stakeholders, to optimally address the technological challenges of the project. The network is funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 project.

The complete program of the second open workshop of the MOIRA network can be consulted here.

Registration open until June 3

The technical conference is open to any professional interested in learning about the main advances that are being produced in the field of monitoring complex systems. 

To attend, you must contact the IKERLAN technology center before Monday, June 3, via email gsorrosal@ikerlan.es, attaching the registration form that can be downloaded here.

Participation costs 105 euros and the price includes course materials, bus transfers from Vitoria-Gasteiz to IKERLAN, lunches and the official workshop dinner.

All information on the MOIRA project is available on the website www.h2020-moira.eu/


From June 5 to 7, the technology center will host specialists who are developing the next generation of methodologies and algorithms for this technology at its headquarters in Arrasate.