The Robotics Summit & Expo 2019 is offering discounted and complimentary registration to members of nonprofit organizations through its Robotics Summit Association Outreach Program. Attendees can learn from international robotics leaders at the event, which will be at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston on June 5-6,
The program provides members of nonprofit groups, including professional associations, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and other tax-exempt or charitable organizations with an excellent opportunity to meet fellow engineers and developers of commercial robotics.
The Robotics Summit & Expo includes sessions and panels in four tracks, exhibits by numerous robotics companies and organizations, hands-on workshops, and networking events.
Two ways to attend
Under the Robotics Summit Association Outreach Program, members of qualifying organizations can register for the summit in two ways:
- Complimentary passes: Nonprofits, NGOs, and other tax-exempt or charitable groups can get two complimentary full conference registrations to the Robotics Summit & Expo (compared with a full price of $595). Full conference registration allows access to all keynotes, general sessions, and panels at the summit, along with access to the expo floor and all special events, such as the MassRobotics Career Fair.
- Discounted passes: Once the two complimentary full conference passes are used, members of qualifying organizations can register for a full conference pass at the Robotics Summit Association Outreach Program rate of $295, half of regular admission.
How to apply
To apply to the Robotics Summit Association Outreach Program or to receive additional information, please contact Christina Lograsso at [email protected] or (216) 386-6688.
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