FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – RoboBusiness today announced its second innovative keynote, jumping ahead to the future by looking at what the robotics and artificial intelligence landscape will look by 2025.
Scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 3, the “State of the Industry” keynote panel will include robotics industry experts sharing their perspectives on current market trends, challenges and opportunities, and how the world will look like by the middle of the next decade. Points that will be covered include:
- What industry vertical markets are poised for the fastest growth in robotics?
- What steps do different markets need to take to remain competitive, both nationally and internationally?
- Lessons learned from recent robotics companies failing.
- Workforce changes and training – why is the discussion still fixated on potential job losses, and how can this be changed to a more positive vibe?
- How can the industry show the positive implications of human-robot integration?
- Unmanned cars vs. unmanned planes, which one will reach critical mass first?
Robotics Business Review Editor-in-Chief Keith Shaw will moderate the panel, joined by the following luminaries in the robotics industry:
- James Kuffner, CEO of Toyota Research Institute – Advanced Development, and executive advisor, Toyota Research Institute.
- John McElligott, CEO of York Exponential.
- Doug Olson, President and CEO of Harmonic Drive.
- Georg Stieler, Managing Director of Stieler Enterprise Management Consulting (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
RoboBusiness, the premier event in the global robotics industry for the past 15 years, brings 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. The event, produced by Robotics Business Review, announced its first innovation keynote, Dr. Robin Murphy, who will speak about the applications and impact of ground, aerial, and marine robotics that can assist emergency management personnel.
This year’s RoboBusiness is scheduled for Oct. 1-3, 2019, in Santa Clara, Calif. Early bird pricing ends on Friday, May 24, click here to receive the lowest rates on the conference.