Europe is well placed to become a leader in the use of interactive robots, but developments are unevenly distributed among different sectors and information about the spread and use is inadequate. The inventory of best practises in different parts of Europe shows different degrees of maturity in different sectors. In some sectors, the development is far advanced, in others there is a promising development or a potential for development. Lack of access to information about social uptake and acceptance Europe-wide is a problem that tend to lower the speed and target fulfilment.

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