The eagerly anticipated programme of CPD accredited seminars taking place at Future Robotics, the UK’s only industrial robotics conference, has been announced.
The one-day conference, being held at The Slate, Warwick University on Tuesday 13 November, provides delegates with a platform to see the latest products and solutions in action and delve further into the topic at seminars led by industry experts.
In addition to keynotes presented by Mike Wilson, president of the British Automation and Robot Association (BARA), and Paul Wilson, chairman of the UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA), the conference will feature presentations from industry frontrunners, including Reply, Universal Robots, RARUK Automation, TM Robotics, Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG), Pilz Automation and Shadow Robot Company.
Topics to be explored include: Why manufacturers should invest in robotic automation? Which solutions to choose? How to make robot applications safe? Industry 5.0, flexible automation and cobots. Future technology and the engineering skills gap. Plus more to be added soon.
With a table-top exhibition featuring leading suppliers of intelligent automation solutions, the conference will serve as a one-stop shop for individual components all the way through to fully automated systems to optimise processes while ensuring increased safety and reduced energy consumption and costs.
Experts from exhibiting companies will be on hand to discuss the individual challenges that manufacturers may be facing, and the options available to help overcome these. Delegates will also have the opportunity to see innovations in action at the Live Demonstration Area.
Confirmed exhibitors include: ifm electronic, igus, KUKA, Piab, Pilz, Scorpion Vision UK, Sensopart, Servo Components & Systems, Shadow Robot Company, SICK, SMC and Universal Robots – with more to be announced in the lead up to the event.
A limited number of delegate tickets are available which can be purchased via a secure online form for just £55 (inc. lunch and refreshments throughout the conference).
To find out more about Future Robotics, or to purchase a ticket, visit www.futurerobotics.co.uk.