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It is well documented that robotics clusters, groups of regionally localized robotics companies, enthusiastic investors, universities and research institutions, and other supporting organizations, act as facilitators and accelerators for robotics innovation, new business formation, job creation and regional wealth generation.
At RoboBusiness 2022, which takes place Oct. 19-20 in Santa Clara, Calif., a panel featuring representatives from leading robotics clusters will describe how clusters support robotics companies and robotics communities, and by extension, career opportunities.
For companies developing robotics solutions, as well as individual engineers, awareness and understanding of the outsized role robotics clusters play in the growth of the overall robotics sector, particularly as it relates to business planning and partnership opportunities, is critical. Topics covered in the panel will include:
- Global Robotics Clusters
- Cluster as Innovation Engines
- Clusters as start-Up Facilitators
- Partnering with Robotics Clusters
- Conclusions and Recommendations
At press time, the speakers on the panel includes:
- Andra Keay, Managing Director, Silicon Valley Robotics
- Joel Reed, Executive Director, Pittsburgh Robotics Network
- Joyce Sidopoulos, Co-Founder and Chief of Operations at MassRobotics
You can view the full RoboBusiness agenda here.
United States Alliance of Robotics Clusters
Earlier in 2022, these three leading robotics clusters formed the United States Alliance of Robotics Clusters (USARC). USARC supports the development, commercialization and scaling of robotics for global good by collaborating with government and industry stakeholders. The organization will develop and drive U.S. robotics mandates. The panel at RoboBusiness will also provide insights and updates about the USARC.
RoboBusiness will feature 100-plus exhibitors, 50-plus speakers, a Startup Workshop, the Pitchfire Startup Competition, networking receptions and much more. Full conference passes are $795, while expo-only passes are just $75. Academic discounts are available and academic full conference rates are $295. Register today HERE.
RoboBusiness will be co-located with the Field Robotics Engineering Forum, an international conference and exposition designed to provide engineers, engineering management, business professionals and others with information about how to successfully develop and safely deploy the next generation of field robotics systems for operation in wide-ranging, outdoor, dynamic environments. You can check out the current list of speakers, to which more will be added, HERE.
Also co-located with RoboBusiness is DeviceTalks West, the premier industry event for medical technology professionals, currently in its ninth year. Both events attract engineering and business professionals from a broad range of healthcare and medical technology backgrounds.
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WTWH Media is an integrated media company serving engineering, business and investment professionals through 50+ websites, print publications, along with many other technical and business events. WTWH’s Robotics Group produces The Robot Report, Robotics Business Review, Collaborative Robotics Trends and Mobile Robot Guide, online technical, business and investment news and information portals focused on robotics and intelligent systems. WTWH Media also produces leading in-person robotics conferences, including the Robotics Summit & Expo, RoboBusiness and the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum. See www.wtwhmedia.com for more information.