Robotics Online Events
Date: Feb. to Nov. 2013
Robotics Trends is pleased to offer a series of online lead generation programs for 2013. These programs are focused on robotics solutions for commercial applications and markets. The following online programs are organized in partnership with leading industry publications and associations guaranteed to deliver a high level audience and qualified business leads. The online calendar for 2013 focuses on robotics solutions for manufacturing, supply chain, agriculture, security and more.
RoboBusiness 2013 Wrap-Up
Don’t miss this review of the most important news to come out of RoboBusiness 2013. This webcast is designed to get you up to speed on the latest and greatest robotics companies, technological developments and emerging markets for robots. The event’s leaders will provide an overview of information shared in key sessions as well as first-ever product releases, results of the Startups Pitchfire event and more. If you couldn’t make it to Santa Clara for the live event, be sure to attend this virtual recap for a look at what’s next on the robotics horizon.
Topics covered include:
- New technology and design trends
- The status of emerging applications
- Investment forecasts
- Breakthroughs in legislation, regulations and legal issues
- Top companies to look out for in 2014 and beyond
Robotics for SMB Applications: Small-Batch, Mixed Product Assembly and Materials Handling
A large percentage of small-to-medium businesses (SMB) manufacturers have missed out on many the benefits of robotic industrial automation such as increased productivity, quality and overall competitiveness. The same holds for other classes of SMBs. Rapid change, however, is underway. Both traditional industrial robotics companies, as well as a number of new vendors, are providing products and services specifically designed satisfy the requirements and support the culture of this sizable and underserved market. For example, many of these new systems come in at a low purchase price and dramatically reduced life-cycle costs, can be programmed easily and quickly, support multiple types of automation tasks, and supports manufacturing that makes no assumptions as to volume levels or even types of products. Some products can even work safely and effectively in workspaces occupied by humans. In this webinar, attendees will learn about new products and services that support small-batch, mixed product assembly and materials handling. Real world case studies will be presented to illustrate salient points.
Topics covered include:
- Small Volume Manufacturing
- Application Specific Systems
- Non-Traditional Manufacturing and Novel Application Areas
- Flexible Automation
- Bench-top Systems
- Rapid Deployment and Simplified Programming
Each of the webinars focus on robotics solutions for vertical market applications. Each of these programs targets a highly qualified audience of end-users and systems integrators. As a title sponsor, your company will receive a minimum of 100 leads from the webcast plus all the leads generated during the 90 day post webcast period. Investment per program: $5,000.
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