RoboBusiness 2016 Call for Speakers

RoboBusiness 2016 is reaching out for speakers to lead two days of conversation that could well become permanent thought leadership for the entire robotics industry.


Think you have something important to tell 2,000-plus attendees? RoboBusiness 2016, produced by our sister publication Robotics Business Review, is reaching out for speakers to lead two days of conversation that could well become permanent thought leadership for the entire industry.

If you’d like to be featured as a speaker, proposals are due by 5:00PM EST Monday, February 29. Accepted presenters will be notified via e-mail in April 2016.

Click here to submit your proposal

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RoboBusiness, which takes place September 28-29, 2016 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA, will feature up to 40 concurrent slots (each 45 minutes in length) in six major tracks - Business, Technology, Industry 4.0, Field, Professional Services, and Consumer. The conversation will be brimming with knock-your-socks-off subjects. Can you turn one of the following topics into a gem?

  • 3D Printing
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • Collaborative Robots
  • Digitization and Miniaturization
  • Human-Robot Interaction
  • Industrial Internet of Things
  • Machine Learning
  • New-age Logistics
  • Sensors
  • The “New” Productivity
  • Cloud Robotics
  • The Future of Supply Chains

Now, more than ever, there’s so much more to add to the robotics conversation. And now, also more than ever, it’s vital to articulate that conversation not only to the greater robotics community and its influencers but also to everyone within earshot who claims that robotics will affect their work, lives and families.

Your audience will consist of colleagues, developers, technologists, scientists, business leaders, end users, investors, government officials, consultants, analysts and a host of C-suite execs looking for great takeaways from RoboBusiness that are readily actionable. Plus, there will also be dozens of national and international news organizations and individual journalists assigned to peek into the goings-on at RoboBusiness and then to spread word of it online all around the globe.

Here are some keys to being selected as a speaker:

  • Strong preference is given to sessions that include presenters from end-user organizations
  • Ability to translate actual case experience into best practices and strategies for success
  • Topic(s) must be fresh, not repeated sessions from other educational venues
  • Other interesting & relevant topic ideas are always welcomed

Take center stage and make your voice heard. Submit your speaker proposal for RoboBusiness 2016 today!



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