RoboBusiness 2020 opens call for presentations for June robotics event
WTWH Media today announced that the call for presentations for the RoboBusiness conference and exposition is now open. The event will be on June 22-24, 2020, at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. Speaker proposals must be submitted by Feb. 28, 2020.
RoboBusiness has been reimagined for 2020 to better serve attendees, as well as the robotics sector as a whole. The event is specifically designed to share the most impactful research advances, identify the most promising commercial opportunities, and illustrate the latest technical and business trends. It will also highlight public and private-sector initiatives designed to develop and support robotics innovation and industry growth.
The RoboBusiness conference and expo will be co-located with the Sensors Expo & Conference, North America’s largest event dedicated to sensors, connectivity, and IoT. It will also be co-located with DeviceTalks, the premier industry event for medical technology professionals, currently in its ninth year.
New tracks for 2020
RoboBusiness 2020 is seeking thought-provoking sessions delivered by compelling speakers in each of the four tracks listed below:
- Identifying Opportunities Track – What are the best commercial opportunities for robotics solutions, and what are the business, social, and political trends and other factors driving the global robotics sector?
- Exploiting Technologies Track – What are the latest enabling technologies that are available to the developer of commercial robotics systems? How they can be used to design, develop, test, deploy, and manage commercial robotics solutions?
- Driving Business Track – What are the business development, investment, and partnership opportunities specific to producers of commercial robotics solutions, as well as best practices for running robotics companies more efficiently?
- Transforming Industries Track – What are the key challenges and gating factors, and hence the foremost opportunities, specific to a given vertical market segment such as manufacturing, healthcare, logistics, agriculture, energy and more.