A major growth driver of the 21st century, the global market for service robotics is expected to reach $24.7 billion by 2016 - (source IFR International Federation of Robotics). Innorobo 2014 offers this eco-system a place for exchanges, meetings and quality business.
Innorobo brings together qualified professionals and decision-makers from several fields of activity (private or public) but also from a multitude of industries that are already or will one day be impacted by service robotics.
Heads of innovation, corporate strategy, senior executives and CEOs of the consumer electronics industry as a whole, international utilities, B-to-B service companies and more... visit Innorobo to discover, invest and acquire robotic technologies, products or services relevant to their innovation strategy and future business development.
On the occasion of the European Robotics Week (25 November to 1 December), Innorobo has called for a robotics startup.
It is in this spirit that the conference of December 17 was held in the premises of the ISIR (The Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics), in order to take stock of the technological and societal challenges of tomorrow with four renowned speakers: Bruno BONNELL, President of SYROBO, Etienne DOMBRE, Delegate Representative of GdR ROBOTIQUE, Director of Research at the LIRMM and Jean TOURNOUX, General Delegate of SYMOP shared the latest trends and news in their respective fields.
Catherine SIMON, President of Innoecho, a company dedicated to the animation and acceleration of emerging ecosystems and organizer of the INNOROBO summit, took the opportunity to give a quick overview of robotic developments in the world. She also presented the main areas of Innorobo's development for 2014 and the events organized in conjunction with it.
*(The Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics)
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