MP, Warwick and Leamington
“The industry faces increasing global competition, skilled and unskilled labour shortages and the uncertainty that Brexit may bring, it’s vital that UK manufacturers examine all the options available to them. It’s therefore good to see events, such as today’s Future Robotics conference and exhibition, addressing many of the issues and concerns that manufacturers may have.”
SICK UK (Exhibitor)
“The event was fantastic. I think a lot of people came here with the intention of learning about what the possibilities are, not only now but in the future, with regards to robotics and automation. It’s very clear that people attending will now go and see how they can utilise and get robotics and automation up and running in their environments. It’s given everyone a positive message to go away with.”
“We would definitely consider exhibiting next year. I enjoyed the size really, events like this are very much so important.”
“The event was beneficial for companies that haven’t yet implemented robotics and I would definitely consider coming back next year.”
“The conference gave me a good direction as to where I can get answers and services I need. The highlight for me was the enthusiasm of people wanting to make Britain more cost-effective on a global basis.”
“It’s been good, well attended and we’ve had some good interest.”
“The event was really good and it was really well organised; it went really smoothly.”
“I’m taking away confidence that I’ve got a good feel on what’s happening and what the latest technologies are.”
Integrated Food Projects (Visitor)
“Industry 5.0 here we come! Fantastic day at the Future Robotics Conference yesterday.
One key statement really stood out, “British engineers take great pride in how old their machines are while other engineers take great pride in how new their machines are”.
If we want to stay competitive we must invest or face getting left behind!
Glad to be part of the UK’s only independent industrial robotics conference.”