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Introduction to RAMP (for Providers)


About This Course

The Robotics and Automation MarketPlace, RAMP, is the digital marketplace for robotics capable of accelerating productivity in small and medium-sized enterprises and of broadening markets for technology solution providers. This is achieved by making it easy for SMEs and solution providers to work together in ways that benefit both parties: Manufacturing SMEs gain access to robotics and digitisation technologies to improve efficiency and productivity. Technology solution providers reach customers faster and enjoy access to a far larger market.

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This course serves as a user's guide to RAMP, taking the user through the steps of registering as a company on the platform, adding and removing users, responding to a tender, and working collaboratively to develop a proposal or project.

This course is designed for technical providers. To learn more about using RAMP from the point of view of a manufacturer, please see the course here.

RAMP Experts and Course Collaborators

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Ali Muhammad

Ali Muhammad is the technical project coordinator of DIH², the coordinator of Better Factory, and a driving force behind the RAMP platform. Currently Head of Robotics Systems at European Dynamics, he has previously worked as Principal Investigator in Robotics Systems at VTT and as a researcher and lecturer at Tampere University of Technology. He has extensive experience coordinating projects financed by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 framework and others. He has a BSc in Industrial Electronics from NED University of Engineering and Technology, an MSc in Automation and Control from the Tampere University of Technology and a PhD in Impedance Control of Redundant Manipulators from the Tampere University of Technology.

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Panagiotis Bouklis

Panagiotis Bouklis is helping shape the architecture of RAMP through his participation in the DIH² project. He is a Research and Development Engineer at European Dynamics and has previously acted as IT technician in the Hellenic Army and the Hellenic Telecommunications Organisation. He has an Engineer's Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH).

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