Robotics 2020 in Ljubljana will focus on smart industry solutions
Organized by the international event management company ICM, the next edition of the international trade fair dedicated to industrial robotics and unmanned systems “Robotics Slovenia 2020” will take place between February 11th and 13th in the capital of the country – Ljubljana.
Once again the exhibition will present the most innovative products and technologies in both industrial and service robots sectors. Last Robotics fair in Ljubljana, which took place in February 2018 in parallel with IFAM 2018, attracted about 114 exhibitors and more than 3240 visitors from all over the world.
Topics and features
The content-rich accompanying programme of the event includes roundtable discussions, presentations and workshops.
The main product groups, included in the thematic scope of the forum, are: application components for industrial robots, applications for industrial robots, driverless transport systems, driverless vehicles, industrial robots, mobile robots, robot controls, service robots, special robots, system periphery for robots, task-specific applications for industrial robots.
The event will provide participants with excellent B2B matchmaking opportunities by using a special web application for arranging business meetings with existing and potential partners in order to guarantee best business perspectives.
Together with Robotics 2020 three other B2B events in the portfolio of ICM, will be running in paralel to provide the industry with complete solutions. Robotics will be co-held with IFAM, Intronika, and ICT4Industry, and the whole exhibition platform will go under the name Smart Industry. IFAM is a B2B trade fair for automation, mechatronics, sensor technologies, measuring technologies, computer vision, etc. ICT4Industry is a B2B trade fair for digitalization of business systems and industry. Intronika is a B2B trade fair for industrial electronics, electrotechnics and components.
“The four events can generate valuable synergy effects for the visitors. Visitors are offered an online B2B Matchmaking tool to set in advance appointments with all exhibitors at Smart Industry and thus guarantee effective communication”, organizers from ICM explain.
Who do the organizers expect?
The exhibitors profile covers manufacturers of: Industrial, service, mobile and special robots; Robotic parts and component suppliers; Robot solution providers; Robot modifiers; Robot diagnostics; Robot maintenance equipment providers; System integrators; Robot programmers; Associations, societies, non-governal institutions; Robot research agencies; Robotics software producers - standard and task specific applications for industrial robots; Robot distributors; Robotic engineering teams; Robot simulation systems providers; Robot periphery manufacturers, etc.
The visitors profile includes technical specialists and decision-makers who want to invest in future technologies, advanced manufacturing applications and cross platform development effectively, such as representatives of the following sectors: Aeronautics, automotive industry; General services; Education, electronics; Food processing, furnishing; Healthcare, home & life style; Infrastructure & connectivity modules; Logistics and operation; Mechanics, metallurgy, military; Pharmacy, plastic processing, platform & network management; Sensors and nodes, shipyard industry, smart buildings, smart cities; Textile; Chemistry, construction industry, computing, and so on.
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