The Robotics Summit & Expo, produced by The Robot Report’s parent company, WTWH Media, is pleased to announce its Academic Outreach Program. The program offers academics, researchers and students at colleges, universities and research centers complimentary and discounted full conference passes. The Robotics Summit & Expo, which runs May 10-11 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, is an international engineering event designed for those developing commercial-class robots.
Under the Academic Outreach Program, approved educational and research institutions are provided two complimentary full conference passes to the event. Once those passes are used, others are still able to register at a discounted full conference rate. Discounts are also available for groups of 10 or more, while expo only passes cost just $100.
To apply for the Academic Outreach Program, email [email protected] using an email that includes “.edu.” Accepted applicants must present a valid academia-related ID upon arrival at the conference.
The Robotics Summit & Expo will feature 100-plus exhibitors, 50-plus speakers, the MassRobotics Engineering Career Fair, a Design for Additive Manufacturing Workshop, and networking receptions. Attendees also have the chance to test drive Boston Dynamics’ Spot quadruped. Full conference passes are $795, while expo-only passes are just $100. Academic discounts are available and academic full conference rates are $295. Register today.
The keynotes at the Robotics Summit & Expo are:
- Kevin Blankespoor, SVP & GM of Warehouse Robotics, Boston Dynamics
The Next Generation of Mobile Robot Applications
- Brian Gerkey, CEO, Open Robotics
Robotics Needs a Babelfish: The Skinny on Robot Interoperability
- Rick Faulk, CEO, Locus Robotics
Robotics Automation in the Warehouse: Optimizing Productivity with Business Intelligence
- Jon Hirschtick, Executive Vice President, PTC
The Future of Product Design in a Connected World
- Greg Smith, President, Industrial Automation Group, Teradyne
Collaborative Robotics – Resolving the Manufacturing Labor Crisis, Creating New Opportunities
- Melonee Wise, VP Robotics Automation, Zebra Technologies
Why the Cloud is a Force Multiplier for Robotics
The Robotics Summit & Expo will be co-located with the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum, a conference focused on easing and speeding the development of the next generation of healthcare robotics solutions. Also co-located with the Robotics Summit event is DeviceTalks Boston, the premier industry event for medical technology professionals, currently in its ninth year. Both events attract engineering and business professionals from a broad range of healthcare and medical technology backgrounds.
For information about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, download the prospectus. Questions regarding sponsorship opportunities should be directed to Courtney Nagle at cnagle[AT]wtwhmedia.com.
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