RoboBusiness Conference Fosters Commercialization, Innovation and Unparalleled Networking

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RoboBusiness Conference Fosters Commercialization,
Innovation and Unparalleled Networking


Celebrating 10 years, RoboBusiness 2014 is the leading business development event for the global robotics industry. Join 1,200 executive-level attendees, including robotics executives, investors, researchers, end users and business consultants for three days of private networking, world-class speakers and informative educational sessions focused on robotics business development.

Walk away with a full understanding of new commercial opportunities and the tools you need to advance with the global robotics industry.

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Keynotes Include:

Andrew McAfee
MIT

Dr. Cynthia Breazeal
Jibo, Inc

Robert Ambrose
NASA-JSC

Colin Angle
iRobot


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Speakers

Dr. Michael Bruenig
CSIRO

Jim Buttrick
Boeing Company

Pam Henderson, PhD
NewEdge, Inc.

 

 

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Is your time in Boston limited? Get a taste of what RoboBusiness has to offer with the Expo Only Pass. You’ll learn about the latest in cutting edge technologies, enjoy live demos, and witness the unveiling of new products. And in addition to networking throughout the day, you’ll also have access to RoboBusiness’ exclusive evening networking reception, hosting over 1,200 robotics industry leaders, investors, and startups. Learn More
 

 
 

 

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