Robotics & Innovation Magazine is delighted to announce the launch of the Robotics & Innovation Conference, a brand-new event that will bring together the brightest minds and most impressive people from across the global robotics value chain for two days of discussion, debate and learning.
Set to take place on 27-28 April 2021 within the futuristic surrounds of Red Bull Racing’s jaw-dropping MK-7 theatre in Milton Keynes, attendees will gain unrivalled insight into how cutting-edge robotics and state-of-the-art innovation technologies are transforming industries everywhere. Insightful presentations, exclusive case studies and thought-provoking panel discussions will be delivered by some of the biggest and best names developing and utilising robotics solutions today.
The Robotics & Innovation Conference will also have one eye fixed firmly on the future and provide a unique and unparalleled platform for tomorrow’s movers and shakers to demonstrate their next-generation concepts.
By bringing key decision-makers, influencers and proposers together in one place, at one time, the Robotics & Innovation Conference will be the best forum to exchange information, share best practices, and uncover new opportunities for companies pursuing investment, providing funding and seeking partnerships.
Attendees will meet central, regional and local government, technology companies, telecom operators, automotive manufacturers, healthcare and medical professionals, as well as leaders from logistics and supply chain, agriculture and farming, aviation and aerospace, transportation authorities and many, many more!
Up to 300 speakers and delegates to Red Bull Racing’s HQ will be welcomed by the team’s fleet of Formula 1 race cars and supported by a state-of-the-art video wall, best-in-class PA system and in-built dynamic lighting, creating the perfect learning environment.
The Robotics & Innovation Conference is presented by Robotics & Innovation Magazine, the essential B2B technology publication for leading professionals interested in receiving news, opinion and updates on the latest robotics technologies, products and services to invest in next.
The Robotics & Innovation Conference website is currently in development and details of its launch, as well as the agenda, will follow shortly.
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