Universal Robots Launches the World’s Largest Virtual Conference & Exhibition for Collaborative Robots
With Europe’s trade fair scene being turned upside down, Universal Robots (UR) is breaking new grounds: From June 16-18, from 10am to 4pm CET all three days, the Danish cobot pioneer will host “We Are Cobots – the World's Largest Virtual Collaborative Robot Expo". Free of charge, visitors from all industries are invited to join, browse the virtual booths, and learn more about the numerous benefits of collaborative automation while participating in inspiring in-depth talks by leading cobot experts.
Having successfully held a similar online fair in Germany in April – the first of its kind – UR is now launching “We Are Cobots” across Europe in English, German, French, Spanish and Italian. With over 30 virtual booths and 50 live keynotes by a wide range of robotics experts, visitors will gain valuable insight into the future of automation.
“At Universal Robots, it has always been our aim to think out of the box and be very solution-oriented even when the challenge seems overwhelming,“ says Jürgen von Hollen, President of Universal Robots. “Launching this virtual cobot exhibition underlines this mission and is a great new way to engage with anyone who is interested in learning more about the world of automation. With “We Are Cobots” we offer audiences within all kinds of industries and company sizes the chance to learn more about trends in automation that are especially relevant with the headwinds the world is experiencing these days,” he says, mentioning the challenges of social distancing and disrupted supply chains in a manufacturing industry trying to ensure business continuity and production uptime while keeping employees safe and sound. “We are very excited to offer this unique, engaging virtual space where attendees can experience all the ways collaborative automation can address these challenges.”
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