Get an insight into the latest robotics and automation technologies… and how they could help your business.
Ever wondered how your business could benefit from automation? Interested to learn from others who have done it? Got an idea you’d like to discuss or need some guidance?
The MTC is opening its doors on 4th October, inviting you to come and explore the world of robotics and automation. We’ll have a range of robotics demonstrators in action and will also be showcasing the novel developments being made in robotics and automation within the EU-funded ROBOTT-NET project.
Join us on 4th October:
- Hear about a range of projects, including:
– Flexible robotic assembly of electronic devices
– Design for robotic welding
– Low cost robotic arm
– Agile robot cell for robust wire manipulation in high-complexity environments
– 3D imaging LIDAR camera for outdoor robotic applications
– Hyper flexible picking
- Tours of the MTC’s state-of-the-art workshop – we’ll have a range of robotics demonstrators in action, including collaborative robots, mobile robot platforms and dextrous manipulation.
- Meet the experts – meet the engineers who have worked on these ground breaking projects, discuss ideas, sources of funding, next steps in your automation journey.
- Exhibition and networking opportunities
- Get an insight into the latest robot and automation technologies
- See novel technologies in development at the MTC
- Discuss potential funding and collaboration opportunities, and support available for robot implementation
- Network with those who have implemented automation technology
- Meet the experts and discuss your ideas
The event will start at 13:30 and finish at 16:30.
Delegates are welcome to join us for a buffet lunch before the event from 12:30. Please just let us know on registration.
This event is free to attend, but registration is essential. We only have limited places available, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Please note: All attendees will need to bring photographic ID with them on the day. This is a security measure and is required in order for you to gain access to the MTC building.