Developing Robots for Dynamic Outdoor Environments
A growing number of robots are designed to operate in unstructured, dynamic outdoor environments such as construction sites, mines and farms. These “field robots” share many characteristics with other classes of robots, but they tend to be larger, more ruggedized and more often support autonomous localization and navigation.
Attend the Field Robotics Engineering Forum to learn from some of the leading developers of field robotics systems. The keynotes and sessions will teach engineers about the latest tools, technologies and techniques for field robotics design and development. This year’s tracks include:
Design & Development
Markets and Applications
Co-located with RoboBusiness, the Field Robotics Engineering Forum also includes many opportunities for networking with the global robotics industry to meet new friends, catch up with old ones, share insights and discuss business opportunities and partnerships.
The pioneering event of the global robotics industry, & the one event for the entire robotics ecosystem.