Meet the First Confirmed RoboUniverse New York Speakers

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Meet the First Confirmed RoboUniverse New York Speakers 

We're gearing up for RoboUniverse's return to NYC in April and are excited to announce the first three speakers for the event - David Bruemmer, CEO & CTO, 5D Robotics, Inc.,  Oliver Mitchell, Partner, Mach 5 Ventures and Co-Chair, Frontier Tech Committee, and Bryan Dow, Executive Director, Investment Banking, Mooreland Partners. 

A leader in robotics fusing emerging science and engineering into innovative technologies that can change the way robots interact with humans and their environment, David Bruemmer will be speaking at RoboUniverse New York on "Intelligent Ground and Air Robots for Dynamic Environments." 

Oliver Mitchell has been an investor and entrepreneur of emerging technologies for more than 20 years. As a partner of Mach 5 Ventures, he advises and invests in early stage data-driven digital, hardware, and robotic companies. Oliver will be moderating a panel on "Investing in Robotics, Drones, and Related Software."

Bryan Dow  joined Mooreland Partners in 2013 and has over ten years of experience advising technology companies on strategic and financial transactions, completing over 50 transactions in his career. He will be giving a talk called "Global Capital Markets & Industry Outlook."

We'll be announcing more speakers and the preliminary agenda later this week, so stay tuned! 

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Upcoming Events



New York

April 11-12

RoboUniverse returns to NYC in April, featuring focused tracks on Cognitive Science and IoT, Drones for Business, Manufacturing and Logistics, and Robots for the Enterprise. Don't miss the RoboGameChanger Startup Competition where qualified startups pitch their businesses to a panel of VCs and industry leaders. 

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Exhibitor List



New York • April 11-12, 2016
San Jose • June 22-23, 2016 RoboUniverse @ Sensors Expo
Seoul • June 22-24, 2016
Shanghai • Dec 2016
San Diego • Dec 14-15, 2016
Singapore • Jan 2017


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