The call for presentations at the RoboBusiness 2020 has been extended by one week. The conference and exposition will be on June 23-24 at the San Jose Convention Center. Session proposals must now be submitted by March 6, 2020.
Dan Kara, vice president of robotics at WTWH Media and the creator of RoboBusiness, has returned to the event to refocus it to better serve attendees and the robotics sector as a whole. RoboBusiness 2020 will review relevant research and development, identify commercial opportunities, and discuss the latest technical and business trends. It will also examine public and private-sector initiatives to spur robotics innovation and industry growth.
RoboBusiness is seeking compelling speakers to deliver thought-provoking sessions in each of the following tracks:
- Identifying Opportunities – What are the best targets for automation, and what global and regional economic, social, and political factors are affecting robotics businesses?
- Exploiting Technologies – What are the latest enabling technologies and techniques that are available to developers of robots, drones, and autonomous systems?
- Driving Business – What are the latest business development, investment, and partnership trends around commercial robots, as well as best practices for running successful robotics companies?
- Transforming Industries – What are the key challenges and opportunities in vertical market segments such as manufacturing, supply chain and logistics, and healthcare?
RoboBusiness 2020 will be co-located with the Sensors Expo & Conference, North America’s largest event dedicated to sensors, connectivity, and the Internet of Things. It will also be co-located with DeviceTalks, the premier industry event for medical technology professionals.
The form for submitting a presentation online can be found HERE. The deadline is March 6, 2020.
About WTWH Media
WTWH Media LLC is an integrated media company serving engineering, business, and investment professionals through more than 50 Web sites, five print publications, and numerous events. The WTWH Network includes The Robot Report, which covers technical and investment news; Robotics Business Review, which analyzes the business aspects of the global robotics industry; and Collaborative Robotics Trends, which focuses on cobot arms, end effectors, and autonomous mobile robots for end users. WTWH Media also produces the Robotics Summit & Expo and the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum.