Call for Presentations Open
The robotics and automation sector’s premier business development event seeks sessions that highlight commercial opportunities for robotics solution providers, and speak to robotics and business ‘innovation’ in all its forms.
The RoboBusiness Conference & Exposition is seeking thought-provoking sessions delivered by compelling speakers for each of the four tracks listed below. Please note specific requirements for session submittals. The deadline for submitting presentations is March 6, 2020.
Identifying Opportunities Track
Submissions for the Identifying Opportunities Track should emphasize the identification and prioritization of the best commercial opportunities for robotics solutions now and in the future, as well as speak to the business, social, political trends and other factors driving the global robotics sector. Sample topics include:
- Robotics Adoption Trends
- Opportunity Landscaping
- Research Commercialization
- Digitalization Strategies
- Career Development
- Import / Export Strategies
- Political & Social Drivers
- Design & Engineering Services
Exploiting Technologies Track
Sessions proposals for the Exploiting Technologies Track should address the latest enabling technologies that are available to the developer of commercial robotics systems, and how they can be utilized to design, develop, test, deploy and manage commercial robotics solutions. Representative topics include:
- Sensors & Sensing
- AI & Machine Learning
- Actuators, Motion & Mobility
- Materials & Componentry
- Microprocessors / SoCs
- Standards & Standardization
- ROS & Open Source Solutions
- Communications / Networking
- Design & Development Tools
Driving Business Track
Speaking requests for the Driving Business Track should highlight the critical information regarding business development, investment and partnership opportunities specific to producers of commercial class robotics solutions, as well as best practices for running robotics companies more efficiently. Representative topics in Driving Business Track include:
- Investment Trends
- Funding Sources
- Startup Nurturing
- Legal & IP Services
- Workforce Development
- Partnership Development
- Robotics Innovation Clusters
- Governmental Agencies & NGOs
Transforming Industries Track
One key theme for RoboBusiness 2020 is the identification and prioritization of the best commercial opportunities for robotics products and services going forward. To be considered for inclusion in the Transforming Industries Track, submitted sessions must highlight the key challenges and gating factors, and hence the foremost opportunities, specific to a given vertical market segment. Sessions delivered by representatives from end user companies (as opposed to solution providers) will be given preference. Example vertical markets include:
- Public Safety & Security
- Home & Lawn
- Construction & Demolition
- Energy & Mining
- Healthcare & QoL
For a more detailed description of RoboBusiness Conference & Expo tracks, please click here.
All speakers receive a complimentary full registration, granting admission to all keynotes, general sessions, panels and special events, including all breakfasts, lunches and receptions. In addition, speakers receive complimentary guest registrations up to two attendees.
The Call for Presentations is March 6, 2020.
For additional information or questions regarding speaking opportunities at RoboBusiness, please contact Dan Kara at [email protected]. For RoboBusiness sponsorship opportunities, contact Courtney Seel at [email protected]edia.com
Thank you for your interest in participating in this exciting and valuable conference event!
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