Year after year, Innorobo is strengthening its position as Europe’s leading summit for the world robotics community. For its 5th edition, Innorobo brought together over 350 speakers, experts and senior managers from companies that design or use today’s and tomorrow’s robotic systems. Exhibitors and visitors from around the world came to showcase and discover the latest technologies and meet other stakeholders from the ecosystem to share their vision for the future and build business relationships and partnerships. 200 exhibitors from 20 countries (meaning the event grew by 30% compared to 2014) showed the visitors how this market has expanded, with industrial robotics up 12% and personal service robotics up 28% in 2014. Exhibitors showed a great many innovations for the first time in France or in Europe, proving how dynamic this “industry” is.
S3C Paris September 01 - 03, 2015 (France)
Catherine Simon will speak about the "INTERNET OF THINGS: Next Generation Robots & Drones in the City" on September 02, at 12PM, room 2.
IROS 2015 September 28 - October 02, 2015 (Germany)
Want to exhibit or organize a workshop at Innorobo 2016? Let’s meet up at IROS and discuss your plans!
Robotworld October 28 - 31, 2015(Korea)
Innoecho is heading a mission to Robotworld in partnership with the KAR. Capitalize on the many benefits of our partnership: exhibit at the event and visit Korean laboratories and companies.
Fall 2015 news
Still on vacation? No worries. Here’s a compilation of all the news you need to know:
Technology has created more jobs than it has destroyed, says 140 years of data The dominant trend is of contracting employment in agriculture and manufacturing being more than offset by rapid growth in the caring, creative, technology and business services sectors. Machines will take on more repetitive and laborious tasks, but seem no closer to eliminating the need for human labour than at any time in the last 150 years.
Making Robots at MIT, Kiva Systems (Amazon Robotics) and Boston Dynamics
With Russ Tedrake (Director, Center for Robotics, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab), Sangbae Kim (MIT Biomimetic Robotics Lab), Mick Mountz (Founder, Kiva Systems), Gill Pratt (Program Manager, DARPA Robotics Challenge), Marc Raibert (Founder, Boston Dynamics) and Radhika Nagpal (Harvard University).