Future Robotics, the UK’s only independent industrial robotics conference, will take place on Tuesday 13 November 2018 at The Slate, a conference hall set on campus at the prestigious Warwick University.
The focal feature of the one-day conference – an exciting and informative CPD accredited seminar programme designed to address the current and future markets, challenge pre-existing ideas and consider practical evolution – has started to take shape.
A number of leading figures have been confirmed as keynote speakers at the event, including Mike Wilson, president of the British Automation and Robot Association (BARA) and chairman of the UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA), Paul Wilson.
The seminar programme will also feature informative presentations from renowned industry names. Universal Robots will focus on advances in collaborative robots; Pilz Automation Technology will tackle robot safety implications and considerations while Professor Robert Harrison of the Warwick University Manufacturing Group (WMG) will address the latest technology developments and one of the foremost industry challenges of the moment – the skills gap.
Further information on the full seminar programme will be announced in the coming weeks, with additional sessions set to explore robotic automation in the UK industry, the benefits and results of investing in robots, costs, maintenance and return on investment, choosing the right technology for your application and more.*
In addition to the diverse seminar programme, delegates will benefit from the opportunity to discover the latest innovations from prominent industrial robotics manufacturers at the table top exhibition and to see these technologies in action in the Live Demonstration Area.
Delegate tickets are now available to purchase online for just £55.00 (inc. breakfast, lunch and refreshments). For more information or to book your ticket, visit www.futurerobotics.co.uk.
*Conference agenda subject to change