June 05, 2017      

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — RoboBusiness 2017 is the latest of our events that have pioneered and championed the robotics industry. This conference can help business leaders understand where the market is going and how to implement their robotics vision in their organizations.

Thousands of executives, engineers, investors, startups, and robotics experts from around the world will convene here on Sept. 27 and 28, 2017, to develop critical partnerships, get a first look at the latest technologies, and build robotics strategies that can be immediately put to use.

The 2017 conference has been crafted with one goal in mind — to meet the needs of the entire robotics ecosystem. Both robotics industry professionals as well as end users seeking to adopt or scale up robotics within their companies will discover programming and special events tailored to address their unique challenges.

Ray Kurzweil at RoboBusiness 2016.

Ray Kurzweil spoke at last year’s RoboBusiness.

Throughout the two-day event, top-level speakers will present in the areas of:

  • Adopting and Implementing Robotics
  • How to Get ROI From Robotics
  • Robotics Nuts and Bolts for Your Business
  • What Can AI and IoT Do for You?

The RoboBusiness expo is home to more than 100 exhibitors and hundreds of robotics products, allowing attendees to touch and test robotics solutions and find the products that best fit their needs. Witness product unveilings, learn from hands-on demos and expert Q&As in the Expo Theater, and network with the world’s leading innovators and investors — all under one roof.

Startup Zone expands

Attention, startups! RoboBusiness 2017 will feature an expanded startup presence that includes:

  • A dedicated Startup Zone on the Expo Floor
  • Startup-orientated education
  • Networking events designed to connect startups with investors and potential partners
  • Pitchfire: Startups pitch their products to venture capitalist judges and a live audience at this annual event
RoboBusiness 2017 enables robotics sponsors and attendees to mingle.

Robotics suppliers and end users can see the latest applications at RoboBusiness 2017.

Due to the success of its inaugural year, the CRO Network Summit will return to RoboBusiness, kicking off the event on Sept. 26. This half-day program is an executive meeting designed to promote idea-sharing and networking among current and aspiring chief robotics officers facing similar challenges. The aim is to better prepare these professionals for robotics technology management while presenting a vision about where the CRO role is headed.

“Today’s businesses are changing dramatically, and the need to adopt robotics solutions to stay current and maintain a competitive edge has never been greater,” said Jim Wagner, general manager of Robo Business Media. “RoboBusiness is designed to offer great value to all those affected by this shift, regardless of their position or industry.”

For more information or to register to attend, visit www.robobusiness.com.
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About RoboBusiness 2017

Produced by Robotics Business Review and Robotics Trends, RoboBusiness is the pioneering event of the global robotics industry and the most important gathering of the year for those seeking to learn more about and profit from robotics. For over 12 years, RoboBusiness has brought together thousands of executives, engineers, investors, startups and robotics experts from around the world to learn from one another and build robotics strategies that can be immediately put to use to grow their businesses and stay ahead of the competition. RoboBusiness is supported by its parent company, Robo Business Media.

About Robo Business Media

Robo Business Media (RBM) is the largest events and media company for robotics and unmanned systems in the world. Producing events in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, some of RBM’s events include RoboBusiness and TUS Expo, among others. RBM’s leading digital publications, Robotics Business Review and Robotics Trends, provide readers with news, analysis, and research that spans robotics, unmanned systems, and artificial intelligence.

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