The summit on global robotics unveiled a new organization, setting out on a tour of Europe in order to get even closer to key players in the sector. First stop: The Docks de Paris, where the upcoming edition of Innorobo will take place on 24, 25 and 26 May 2016 in the French capital.
A European summit of Robotics
Innorobo is a European summit of the world robotics community. The last’s year’s edition, was held in Lyon, France and gathered together over 200 exhibitors from all around the globe, 350 speakers, world experts and CEOs and senior managers from companies that design or use today’s and tomorrow’s robotics technologies.
For this year’s edition, the 6th Innorobo is taking on a new dimension, as for the first time, it will be held in Paris. “We will now be changing host cities on a regular basis in order to get even closer to industry professionals, local companies and European decision-makers. This is why Innorobo 2016 will be held at the Docks de Paris from 24 to 26 May 2016.” says Catherine Simon, Innorobo founder.
The three-day exhibition realizes a state of the art of robotics technologies from around the world, with a large exhibition hall, conferences featuring renowned specialists in the field and a number of workshops and demonstration areas.
Robotic technologies and systems offer solutions for the major challenges our society is facing and help to improve our quality of life.
Innorobo showcases robotics technologies to a wide range of industries, promoting cross-innovation and providing players in a number of sectors with new opportunities for growth and diversification. Like Internet, robotics technologies are nearly boundless, helping to shape innovation throughout society as a whole.
Innorobo 2016 brings together all of these sectors in 6 core themes rolled out for the 2015 edition:
- Smart Cities;
- Technologies & Foresight;
- Medical & Health;
- Factories of the Future;
- Smart Homes;
- Field Robotics.
“Innorobo 2015 was 30% bigger than the 2014 edition, illustrating the 12% growth in the industrial robotics sector and 28% expansion of the personal service robotics market in 2014,” said Catherine Simon, CEO of Innoecho, during her presentation of the results of this year’s event. “In 2015, Innorobo exhibitors displayed a host of robotics innovations for the first time in France, or even in Europe, proving just how dynamic this sector is.”
Place of Honor: South Korea
For the past 5 years, Innoecho, the company organizing Innorobo, aims to ensure the development of knowledge, sharing of information and networking of players in various sectors at both local and international levels. In 2016, Innorobo celebrates South Korea, as part of France-South Korea Year, the 130th anniversary of diplomatic relation between the two countries. The South Korean delegation will be represented by REPA (an association to promote the robotics industry), 18 robotics companies and a dozen laboratories.
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When: 24,25 and 26 May, 2016
Where: Paris, France
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