ICRA 2018, Robotics and Automation landing in Australia!

Logo of ICRA 2018 with a kangaroo robot

PAL Robotics at ICRA 2018

We are heading off to the southern hemisphere to attend one of the most important conferences in robotics, once again: ICRA 2018 awaits next week in Brisbane, Australia! Robotics and Automation are certainly gaining a lot of importance due to the innovative applications that they can introduce in many diverse sectors. That is why we are so excited that the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society’s main event is here again, the place where all global stakeholders will be joined together to present and share the latest advances in the sector.

Human-Robot Interaction, Artificial Intelligence, Automation, Deep Learning or Humanoids: these are just some of the topics addressed in the packed ICRA conference programme, tackling the issues in all levels and covering the full scope of robotics. In short, the place to be for roboticists! We can’t wait to meet all our friends there and learn about their latest developments with their platforms.

ICRA 2018 Industry Forum

What is the state of the robotics industry? How can a team with ideas succeed and contribute to the progress of robotics, in a field that is constantly evolving? The ICRA 2018 Industry Forum is one of the big highlights of the event and will join together international experts in the sector to answer such questions and take the pulse of the sector.

The euRobotics Board Director and PAL Robotics’ CEO, Francesco Ferro is part of the expert panel of the Industry Forum. He will be participating in the block of robotic clusters, give insights about the knowledge gathered in robotics and the impact of clusters like the euRobotics association, which unites all robotics stakeholders of Europe, both industrial and academic.

Save the date! Thursday, May 22nd – P11 (Plaza Level) from 10:00h to 17:00h. We are looking forward to meeting all of you in Australia!

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