What can robots do for your business?

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What can robots do for your business? 

There’s been a lot of talk lately about automation trends in robotics, AI, and more, and what that means for the future of technology. Where will we gain efficiency and streamline arduous and expensive processes? Where will we lose jobs? Where will we gain them?

As the premier robotics conference dedicated to the service robotics industry, RoboUniverse aims to explore these questions and more. We bring together the leading minds in the space to discuss innovation in robotics – its opportunities and its challenges.

RoboUniverse is heading back to New York on April 11-12 for two days of exploration, discussion, and demos of the latest technologies. Our goal is to provide education and actionable intelligence, along with networking opportunities that can transform your business as industry takes its next step.

The program agenda will focus on robotics applications in cognitive science, drones, manufacturing & logistics, and service robots for business.

Registration is open for RoboUniverse New York. Reserve your pass by February 24 & save up to $500! Register today!


Upcoming Events



New York

April 11-12

RoboUniverse returns to NYC in April, featuring focused tracks on Cognitive Science, Drones, Manufacturing & Logistics, and Service Robots for Business. 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 • January 2017




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