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Webcast: Designing Next-Generation Robots March 25, 2010

Posted by emiliekopp in robot events.
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Next Monday, yours-truly will be participating in an online panel discussion with several industry robotics experts you should all know about: Bruce Rayner, Editor at EETimes; Bruce Hall, President of Velodyne; Michael Fleming, CEO of TORC Technologies; and Dr. Dave Barrett, Professor at Olin College and well-known robotics badass.

If you are at all interested in the robotics industry and its anticipated, rapid changes in the coming decade, you need to attend this free webinar. Here’s more info on how to register: Designing Next-Generation Robots

Overview
From the battlefield to the factory, hospital, highway, ocean and even the living room, robotic systems are becoming more sophisticated and indispensible. But the next decade will see a dramatic increase in the functionality of these robotic systems. Government, university, and corporate development offices are working to boost capabilities in many areas, including sensory perception, mobility, one-to-many command and control, and self-diagnostics.

This webinar provides a window into the technologies behind next-generation robots. Join host Bruce Rayner and his panel of industry and academic experts as they discuss the latest developments in software, hardware, and materials that are bringing robotic systems to life.

Who should attend:
Business and engineering managers, product marketing managers and design engineers in the automotive, factory automation, military and aerospace, medical and consumer products sectors.

Register here

Live Webinar Date and Time
Greenwich Mean Time Mon, Mar 29, 2010 17:00
Eastern Daylight Time Mon, Mar 29, 2010 01:00 PM
Pacific Daylight Time Mon, Mar 29, 2010 10:00 AM
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Comments»

1. Blake Sunshine - March 25, 2010

So cool Emilie! Good luck!

2. hilstreet - March 26, 2010

Awesome, Emilie. Looking forward to it!


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