Advances in Collaborative Robots, Advanced Vision & AI at 2019 Conference

Advances in Collaborative Robots, Advanced Vision & AI at 2019 ConferenceThis year’s Collaborative Robots, Advanced Vision, & AI ( conference will demonstrate the value of these growing, dynamic technologies. Visitors will be able to connect with leading suppliers and integrators in the exhibition area and discover advances from three world-changing technologies. Attendees will walk away with actionable insight to help advance their businesses. The conference was held at the Doubletree by Hilton in San Jose, CA on November 12-13, 2019.

How Attendees Benefit from

Attendees at will learn practical solutions from industry-leading experts. They’ll discover new opportunities in emerging markets, and connect with peers and new potential business partners.  They’ll also score valuable insights to improve their businesses. The conference promises to introduce attendees to technologies, trends, challenges, and people that are disrupting the status quo with revolutionary innovations.

Exhibitors will have the opportunity to network with more than 500 attendees, dozens of other industry-leading exhibitors, and over 40 speakers. Engineers and decision-makers from companies like Google, Apple, and Intel will attend.

Keynote Topics and Speakers at 2019

The opening keynote will be presented by Ben Wolff of Sarcos Robotics on the theme “Human Augmentation Robots for the Automation Age: An Extraordinary Category of Cobots.” Join Christian Friedrich, technology factory and smart factory scientist at SCHUNK, as he explores autonomous robot trends and perspectives. A closing keynote will be delivered on Tuesday by Sankar “Jay” Jayaram of Intel Sports titled “Volumetric Technologies for Future Sports Experiences.”

Wednesday morning starts with “Closing the Perception-Actuation Loop using Machine Learning: New Perspectives and Strategies” presented by Vincent Vanhoucke of Google. Arnie Kravitz, Chief Technology Officer at Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) will provide an overview of new and next technology advances in human-robot interaction. Research completed by ARM will identify the key trends, successes, and challenges in human-robot interaction. The conference closes out Wednesday with the keynote address “Present State and Future Directions for Intelligent Vision-Based Collaborative Robots” by Henrik Christensen, Robust.AI and UC San Diego.

Intended Audience for 2019 welcomes engineering and manufacturing personnel who want to reduce costs, improve quality, and advance productivity. Experienced users seeking new applications are also welcome. Those interested in learning how AI is enabling advances in robotics and vision technology are also encouraged to attend. 

Learn about new developments in collaborative robotics, advanced vision and artificial intelligence to grow your business.