Engineering the Future of Robotics

A Unique Robotics Event
To date, events covering technical design and development issues specific to robotics fell into three general camps – 1) trade shows, 2) association events and 3) academic conferences.

While trade shows serve their market, they offer little to those seeking technical information on engineering new classes of robotics and intelligent systems products and services. Association and academic events target small, narrow niches. More importantly, sessions at academic and association events are not focused on the development of products and systems with an eye to their commercial potential.

Commercial Robotics Systems
The Robotics Summit Conference and Expo emphasizes the design and development of commercially viable robotics and intelligent systems products – wholly new robotics products and services that are to be used outside of laboratory environments, deliver business value and sold at a profit.

Three Tracks
Robotics Summit Tracks Include:

  • Technologies, Tools and Platforms Track
  • Design and Development Track
  • Manufacturability, Business Models and Business
  • Bonus Track

Conference and Expo
The Robotics Summit keynotes and general sessions are specifically designed to impart to technical professionals the information they need to successfully develop the next generation of commercial robotics systems, while the Robotics Summit expo provides attendees with hands on access to the latest design and development solutions for producing robotics and intelligent systems products and services.

Conference Producers

The Robot Report provides engineering, technology and business professionals with a single source for breaking news, product information, independent analysis and in-depth research focused on the development, application and use of robotics and intelligent systems technologies, products and services. For more information go to www.therobotreport.com.

WTWH Media is a business-to-business integrated media company serving engineering, business and investment professionals through 40+ web sites, 5 print publications, along with many other technical and business events. The “WTWH Network” includes the Robotics Network, the Life Science Network, the Design World Network, the Electronics Engineering and more. See www.wtwhmedia.com.