Where robotics means business!
Take a look at the preliminary programme by clicking the picture above
RoboBusiness Europe is a first-of-its-kind robotics event for the Continent. The purpose of RoboBusiness Europe is to provide a platform for robotic developers and end-users to meet and, thus, to bridge the development within robotics with the end-users’s needs. It is the 2014’s must-attend industry event for bringing robotics to market: how-to tactics, financing, building partnerships, marketplace strategies and commercializations. It’s all about how to create successful competitive advantages.
The event is directed specifically at the EU robotics marketplace and the Euro research ecosystem. Hot topics this year: Healthcare & Well-being, Automotive, Energy, Agriculture, Industrial, Education (STEM), Play & Learning, Drones for Civilians Applications, Big Science Installations. That’s RoboBusiness Europe.
Save the Date. Get Ready to do Business! May 26-28, 2014
For 2014 the conference program will offer an unprecedented opportunity to get end-users perspective from a wide array of market segments – healthcare & well-being, automotive, energy, agriculture, industrial, education (STEM), play & learning. The exposition floor will feature the latest robotics technologies, giving all the participants the information and connections needed to plan for, build, finance and manage a successful robotics business.
The ROBOMATCH matchmaking event at RoboBusiness Europe will take place once again. ROBOMATCH addresses the needs of individuals for organized, one-to-one appointments between companies, research centres and universities thath might have interest in bilateral meetings for technological and commercial purposes and also in acquiring potential cooperation partners in the European robotics industry.
Moreover, on May 28 attendees are given two unique opportunities: visit a flight demonstration at Drone Air Show that will take place at Hans Christian Andersen Airport in Odense, within the framework of the ISARRA 2014 conference and join us for an inside tour of LEGO’s factory to get a rare and unique sneak peek of the place where the iconic brick is produced.
Remember the Location: LEGOLAND® Hotel & Conference Center, Billund, DENMARK
Join us at RoboBusiness Europe for a high-level robotics business conference designed as an executive-level, thought-sharing forum to connect growth-oriented decision makers with like-minded executives in the business of robotics.
Søren Aggestrup, Medical Director at Sønderborg hospital, Region of Southern Denmark
Lijin Aryananda, PhD, Hocoma, Switzerland
Stefan Bartscher, Head of Innovation Technical Planning BMW Production, BMW, Germany
Søren Bøving-Andersen, CEO at Scape Technologies in Odense, Denmark
Jordi Albo-Canals, Researcher, LaSalle – Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain
Renaud Champion, Co-founder and partner, Robolution Capital; Executive Director, Syrobo, France
Andreas Droost, CEO, MT Robots, Switzerland
Jérôme Dubois, Innovative Manufacturing Process Manager, PSA Peugeot Citroën, France
Claus Duedal, Project Manager, Univeristy Hospital Odense, Region of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Gianluigi Ferri, Founder and CEO of Innovability, Italy
Juliette Forneris, Manager of the Danish Big Science Secretariat, Danish Technological Institute
Thomas Forst, MMG Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH, Germany
Gian Paolo Gerio, Performance Engineering Manager, Comau Robotics, Italy
Timothy Gifford, CEO at Movia, USA
Ole Green, Innovation manager, Kongskilde Industries A/S
Jean-Louis Grenard, Engineering Department, Handling Engineering Group at CERN, Switzerland
Erik Hansen, Senior Directr of Technology & Innovation, LEGO, Denmark
Raphael Höver, Technical Project Management of Upper Extremity Products , Switzerland
Jon Agirre Ibarbia, Head of Strategic Research Programmes for Manufacturing & Robotics, Tecnalia, Spain
Dan Kara, CRO at Myria RAS, United States of America
Keith Kershaw, Engineering Department, Sources, Targets & Interactions Group at CERN, Switzerland
Jacob Kragh, President, LEGO Education, Denmark
Claus Lenz, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Henrik Hautop Lund, Professor, DTU Electrical Engineering, Denmark
Tommy Ertbølle Madsen, R&D Manager, CLAAS, Denmark
Sotiris Makris, Project Manager, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics in University of Patras, Greece
Tobias Mettler, University St. Gallen, Switzerland
Marco Molilnari, Director at Santa Lucia Foundation Rehabilitation Hospital and Research center, Italy
Ole Morten Petersen, CEO at DAKOFA, Denmark
Ali Muhammad, Senior Scientist at VTT Technical Research Centre, Finland
Steve Ohler, Senior Vice President at Jetta, USA
Jim Palmer, ITER Remote Handling Section
Enric Pedrós, Manager at FEMAC, The Catalan Agricultural Machinery Cluster
Geoff Pegman, Managing Director, RU-Robotics, UK
Claus Risager, Partner & Director of Blue Ocean Robotics, Denmark
Rikke V. Risager, Educational Consultant, Blue Ocean Robotics, Denmark
Bruno Siciliano, Professor of Control and Robotics at the University of Naples, Italy
Ingrid Schjølberg, Project Director, NTNU, Norway
Dragoljub Surdilovic, Principal Investigator in the Robotics Department , IPK Berlin, Germany
Jan Veneman, Project Manager, Tecnalia, Spain
Jan Westerhues, Investment Partner at Robert Bosch Venture Capital , Germany