MecklerMedia’s RoboUniverse New York Announces Sponsors and Exhibitors, May 11-13, 2015

MecklerMedia Corporation announces its RoboUniverse, the largest exhibition for service robots ever held in New York City. RoboUniverse takes place on May 11-13, 2015 at the Javits Convention Center. Sponsors and exhibitors for the event include: Acorn Product Development; Axis NJ; c-Link Systems; CoroWare; Elmo Motion Control; EZ-Robot; Infranor; Kinova Robotics; Littler; NewBotic Corporation; Neya Systems LLC; Reliabotics; RoboKind; RocketFarm AS; Rotacaster; Soft Robotics; Vecna; Visual Components; maxon precision motors; and MICROMO.

MecklerMedia also announced Gold Sponsors Rethink Robotics and Universal Robots, and Silver Sponsor, Jetta Company Limited.

RoboUniverse New York features a Driverless Car Conference on May 12. It also includes a robotics Startup Competition on May 11, where startups and emerging entrepreneurs in the robotics space will have the opportunity to pitch their business idea. “I am thrilled with the conference program for the inaugural RoboUniverse conference and exposition,” says Richard Erb, Executive Director, RoboUniverse. “More than 75 speakers and 40 sponsors and exhibitors from around the world will descend on NYC to discuss and demonstrate how service robots are changing the way people work, learn, and live.”

For more information, and to register for RoboUniverse New York, visit RoboUniverse.com/New-York.

RoboUniverse, the first global tradeshow series for the service robotics industry, has four events scheduled for 2015, including New York on May 11-13, Seoul on June 24-26, Tokyo on October 7-10, and San Diego on December 14-16.

Interested in attending? Get 10% OFF when you register with the discount code SENSORS. Register HERE TODAY!

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