State of the Industry: What Will the Robotics and AI Landscape Look Like by 2025?
Each panelist will share their perspective on current market trends, challenges and opportunities, and the short and long-term implications for the industry and the predictions on where the industry will be by 2025. Points to be covered:
Workforce changes and training: why does the market continue to be fixated on workforce changes and what can be done to turn this fixation into a positive vibe?
How can the industry show the positive implications of human-robot integration?
What steps do different markets need to take to remain competitive in their own national markets and internationally?
Why are so many robotics companies failing?
In your opinion, what do you see as the most growing industry vertical markets?
There is a lot of discussion about aerial systems as major growth areas (unmanned cars vs. planes) which one do you think we will ride first?
Keith Shaw Editor-in-Chief Robotics Business Review
Doug Olson President/CEO Harmonic Drive, LLC
Georg Stieler Managing Director Stieler Enterprise Management Consulting (Shanghai) Co., Ltd
James Kuffner Chief Executive Officer TRI-AD & Executive Advisor, Toyota Research Institute
John McElligott Founder & CEO York Exponential
Thursday, October 3
Robots to the Rescue
Dr. Robin R. Murphy will share how ground, aerial, and marine robots have been used in surprising ways since 2001 to assist with emergency management situations.
Dr. Robin Murphy Raytheon Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Texas A&M University