Robotics Innovation Challenge to discuss robot solutions of tomorrow

(Nanowerk News) Robotdalen is a Swedish robotics cluster enabling commercial success of new ideas and research within robotics and automation. We believe all new robot solutions should spring from the needs and demands of the individual and provide improved quality of life, increased security or saving jobs within the manufacturing industry. On April 25, we'll discuss robot solutions of tomorrow and showcase innovative new products for both the health care sector and industry. Welcome to the event Robotics Innovation Challenge in Eskilstuna, Sweden on April 25!
From the U.S., robot analyst Dan Kara and product storyteller Erin Rapacki will participate as keynote speakers and from France comes Renaud Champion from ROBOLUTION Capital, Europe's first investment fund for service robotics. Journalists will have the opportunity to pre-book short, individual interviews with our keynote speakers during the afternoon of 25 April, see additional information below.
We will kick the day off with our keynote speakers, an innovation catwalk with new robot solutions, a prize ceremony for the Robotdalen Innovation Award and a trend spotting with compere Magnus Lindkvist. The afternoon includes Speaker's corners for the healthcare sector as well as manufacturing industry. A newly opened Robot Application Center will feature several companies exhibiting their products and interesting meetings await robot manufacturers, system integrators and the industry participating in the matchmaking Productivity Connect, organized in cooperation with the fair Elmia Automation, Enterprise Europe Network and the Swedish Automation Group. Visitors with robot ideas can seek out the Innovation corner on how Robotdalen can support their journey from idea to commercialized product.
The event Robotics Innovation Challenge (RIC) takes place Thursday, April 25, at 8:30 to 16:00 at the venue Lokomotivet, Verkstadsgatan 8 in Eskilstuna, Sweden. Program, list of exhibitors and more information is available on
For further information about the event please contact Michael Rydell, Project Manager, telephone +46 (0)16 14 17 00, e-mail michael.rydell
Source: Robotdalen
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