Robotics Summit & Expo Postponed

WTWH Media has been closely monitoring Covid-19 information posted by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and abiding by their recommendations.

In light of evolving updates and concerns around the Coronavirus, and in consultation with numerous Robotics Summit sponsors, partners and speakers, WTWH Media has made the difficult decision to postpone the Robotics Summit & Expo until 2021.

It has always been the aim of WTWH Media to deliver a world class Robotics Summit event each year that exceeds the expectations of everyone involved. At this time there is simply too much uncertainty regarding the Covid-19 pandemic to produce, market and safely run the high-quality Robotics Summit event you would expect from WTWH Media.


Postponement FAQs



Q: I am a sponsor / exhibitor for the 2020 Robotics Summit & Expo. Now what?

A: WTWH Media’s underlying policy is to exceed the expectations of those companies and organizations that support our events. With cancellation of the Robotics Summit event, we will aggressively put that principle into practice. We will work diligently, and flexibly, with sponsors and exhibitors to support them in any way we can during these uncertain times.

You will be contacted by a WTWH Media representative who will discuss with you the various options available to your organization in view of the cancellation of Robotics Summit 2020. Alternatively, please feel free to reach out directly to your sales, operations or content contacts at WTWH Media to discuss options and a path forward.


Q: What is the status of the Robotics Summit & Expo?

A: Development of the 2021 Robotics Summit & Expo is already underway. That event, which is slated for October and will be held at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, will be co-located with the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum. More details to follow.


Q: With Robotics Summit cancelled until 2021, are there any other options to meet my organization’s 2020 sales, marketing, branding and education goals?

A: WTWH Media produces a vast array of print, digital media and on-line event offerings designed specifically to connect solution providers and the markets they serve. We are particularly excited to share with you details about our Fall RoboBusiness Direct program.

RoboBusiness Direct Fall

The initial RoboBusiness Direct program, which was launched in May and continues until the end of July, featured a weekly series of presentations delivered by brightest minds from the leading robotics and automation companies from around the world, including Nuro, FedEx, Lockheed Martin, Samsung, Siemens and more.

RoboBusiness Direct V2 builds on the success of the inaugural RoboBusiness Direct program, adding opportunities for keynote sessions, 20-minute general sessions and workshops, as well as product showcases. The RoboBusiness Direct digital platform has also been enhanced to include direct, 1-on-1 interactivity, group discussions, roundtables and other networking opportunities.

For more information regarding the RoboBusiness Direct 2020 Fall event, or the 2021 Robotics Summit & Expo,

please contact Courtney Nagle (



Q: I am a confirmed speaker for the 2020 Robotics Summit & Expo. Now what?

A: You will be contacted by a representative from WTWH Media’s robotics group to discuss options for your presentation. You can also proactively reach out to Dan Kara (, Gene Demaitre ( or Steve Crowe (


Q: I submitted a proposal to speak at the 2020 Robotics Summit & Expo. How should I proceed?

A: The robotics group at WTWH Media was in the midst of confirming speakers for the Robotics Summit when the decision to cancel the event was made. To check the status of your submission, please contact Dan Kara (, Gene Demaitre ( or Steve Crowe (


Thank you for your patience and support during these uncertain times.






Dan Kara

VP, Robotics

WTWH Media