Today’s businesses are changing dramatically with the need to adopt robotics solutions to stay current and maintain a competitive edge. Don't get left behind! RoboBusiness' conference program empowers attendees to craft a robotics strategy that can be put to immediate use. Join and network with over 2,000 executives who are helping shape the future of business.
2017 Tracks Include:
Adopting and Implementing Robotics
Companies in many vertical markets already use robots, but successful adoption depends on a good business plan and an understanding of where automation can be used. Sessions in this track will examine end-user cases, supply chain automation, and robotics as a service (RaaS).Sessions:
How to Get ROI From Robotics
Leaders charged with bringing robots into their enterprises must master change management and demonstrate returns on their investments. This track will analyze monitoring and expanding automated systems, promoting robotics to internal stakeholders, and avoiding legal problems.Sessions:
Robotics Nuts and Bolts for Your Business
Advancements in manipulation and motion control can directly affect the bottom line. These sessions will take a deep dive into robotics technology and practical uses. They will also provide an opportunity to discuss key points in evaluating robotic systems, as well as the importance of components and engineering talent.Sessions:
What Can AI and IoT Do for You?
Despite the doomsayers, machine learning, the Internet of Things, and related technologies are making robots and autonomous vehicles safer and more flexible. However, many challenges must still be overcome, including public expectations, the need for reliable data and connectivity, and keeping up with AI developments.Sessions:
- The State of AI: What It Can and Can't Do
- Using Sensors and Data for Preventive Maintenance and Reducing Downtime
- Use Cases for Perception and Cognitive Systems
- Degrees of Intelligence: How AI Is Making Robots Smarter
- What Do Big Data, IoT, and the Cloud Mean for Robotics Use?
- Refining Human-Machine Interfaces