Meet the contestants of the Pitchfire startup competition, an opening day staple of RoboBusiness for 10 years.
The RoboBusiness conference is designed to give technical professionals the information they need to successfully develop, deploy and manage commercial robots.
RoboBusiness provides a variety of opportunities for robotics startups to learn, network, and continue to scale their business.
Conference sessions at RoboBusiness are designed to give technical professionals the information they need to successfully develop, deploy and manage commercial robots.
Waymo is a leading developer of autonomous driving technology, with public robotaxi services up and running in Phoenix and San Francisco.
Agility Robotics co-founders Jonathan Hurst and Damion Shelton will discuss how they’re developing Digit to perform real-world tasks.
Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman are joined by Dan Kara to preview RoboBusiness 2022.
Sally Miller, Chief Information Officer for DHL Supply Chain in North America, will discuss the state of supply chain automation and innovation.
Anthony Jules to deliver farsighted keynote at RoboBusiness called “Designing the Robot Future We Want to Live In.”
MassRobotics, Pittsburgh Robotics Network, and Silicon Valley Robotics to discuss how clusters play a critical role in the growth of the overall robotics sector.
MassRobotics is hosting a free Robotics Engineering Career Fair at RoboBusiness. All registrants will also receive a free expo-only pass for RoboBusiness.
Organized by MassRobotics, the bootcamp will cover common challenges facing startups, how to set up a company, IP and patents, design for manufacturing and much more.
Leading robotics sector investors to discuss business, technological and social drivers for investment, gating factors and headwinds and why robotics startups succeed and fail.
Taking place October 19-20 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, RoboBusiness will bring together the brightest minds in robotics to drive the robotics sector forward.
The robotics and automation sector’s premier business development event seeks session submissions that highlight commercial opportunities for robotics solution providers, and speak to robotics and business innovation in all its forms.
Warehouse management at distribution centers, manufacturing sites and fulfillment centers are chartered with increasing the efficiency of their operations while simultaneously reducing costs. To address these conflicting mandates, forward thinking companies have adopted autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) to automate the movement of materials and goods within warehouse environments. Example applications include goods-to-persons picking, robot-to-goods picking,…
Ultra-violet disinfection keeps people healthy and it’s an exciting application for robotics, but the process could cause a health risk as UV light is dangerous to humans. In this RoboBusiness Direct talk, DreamVu technical expert Mark Davidson will explain how omnidirectional 3D vision systems can be used to not only identify the presence of people,…
Interest in surgical robotics has grown, but developers, healthcare providers, and surgeons should understand how the technology is developing, the role of motors, and what procedures are applicable. Learn more in the final RoboBusiness Direct sessions of autumn 2020.
In their RoboBusiness Direct session moderated by MassRobotics Executive Director Tom Ryden, Motional CTO Laura Major and MIT Professor Julie Shah will examine the future of human-robot interaction.
In his RoboBusiness Direct session, Matthew Robinson, ROS-Americas program manager at the Southwest Research Institute, will discuss how the Robot Operating System can aid safe advanced automation. In addition, a DreamVu robotics expert will break out how omnidirectional 3D vision can benefit disinfection robots.
Nicolaus Radford, co-founder and CTO of Houston Mechatronics, will explain market opportunities for maritime robotics, using his own and his company’s experience as examples.
Digitization through automation is a strategic imperative for most companies, according to John McEleney, corporate vice president of strategy at PTC and a RoboBusiness Direct speaker