Free Webinar on the Future of Robotics on February 2, 2016

Free Webinar on the Future of Robotics on February 2, 2016

IDTechEX is offering on February 2, 2016 a free Webinar (duration 30 minutes plus 10 minutes for questions and answers) on the Future of Robotics By Dr Jon Harrop, Director of IDTechEx

Robotics is said to have been the biggest unfulfilled promise of the 20th century. That is about to change. The world’s largest manufacturing countries are poised for a robotic revolution as they modernise. Industries ranging from mining to hospitality are starting to adopt mobile robots in a big way. The ageing population will require robotic assistance not just for surgery but service robots to provide for their every need. This webinar will take a look at the path robotics has taken to date and consider what the major trends in robotics are likely to be in the future. The webinar will cover the following:

•A brief history of robotics

•Emerging applications, technologies and players

•Current and future trends

•Market breakdown and forecasts

For more on robotics see the brand new report from IDTechEx Research, Robotics 2016-2026 (commercially available). 

The same webinar will be holding twice in one day. Please register for which ever session is most convenient for you.

 

            Webinar No. 1: Europe & Asia-Pacific

9:30am            (GMT) London

10:30am          (GMT+1) Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome

11:30am          (GMT+2) Athens, Jerusalem, Moscow

4:30pm            (GMT+7) Bangkok

5:30pm            (GMT+8) Singapore, Taipei, Beijing

6:30pm            (GMT+9) Tokyo, Seoul

8:30pm            (GMT+11) Canberra

Register for Webinar No. 1 here

           Webinar No. 2 : Americas

9:00am          (Pacific ST) USA & Canada

10:00am        (Mountain ST) USA & Canada

11.00am        (Central ST) USA & Canada

12:00noon     (Eastern ST) USA & Canada

5:00pm          (GMT) London

Register for Webina No. 2 here

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