700 experts in robotics from around the world are meeting in Bucharest in March

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In the period 20-22 March 2019 the capital of Romania will host for the first time the most prestigious event in the field of robotics in Europe. The tenth edition of the European Robotics Forum will take place at the JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel, will gather over 700 robotics experts from around the world and will be organized over 50 workshops on various topics related to robotics or Related areas of robotics, such as:

  • Innovative robots for the automotive industry
  • Robots in the agriculture industry,
  • Robotics and Big Data,
  • Robotics and A.I.,
  • Ethics in the field of robotics,
  • Security, etc.

The event, which takes place for the first time in a country in Eastern Europe, is organized under the High Patronage of the President of Romania and under the patronage of the Romanian Presidency at the Council of the European Union. By hosting the European Robotics Forum, Romania sends a clear message regarding the interest and capacity of our country to be an important player in the field of future technologies and especially robotics.

The forum is also a good opportunity for the entrepreneurial and innovation community in Romania to manifest its desire and willingness to be part of a European Union that supports new technologies and is ready to keep up with them To make them for the benefit of its citizens.

Full information about the event is available on the website: www.erf2019.eu, and the program of the 50 work-shops of robotics and related domains, can be consulted here: https://www.eu-robotics.net/robotics_forum/upload/erf2019/programme-erf-2019_21.01.20191.pdf

For further details, the contact person is Ana-Maria Stancu, President of the Association

E-Civis, local event organizer, Phone: 0721 678 764 E-mail: ana-maria@e-civis.eu.

About Eurobotics and SPARC

Eurobotics is a non-profit organisation based in Brussels that aims to develop robotics for the benefit of the European economy and society. With over 250 members, EuRobotics offers the robotic community the tool called SPARC, collaboration in public/private partnership with the European Commission. (www.eu-robotics.net)

SPARC, the Public Private Partnership (PPP) between the European Commission and Eurobotics, is a European initiative to support and develop European leadership in the civil robotics industry. Its aim is to position strategic European robotics in the world, thus bringing major benefits for the European economy and society.

SPARC is the world’s largest research and innovation programme in the field of civil robotics, with 700 million Euro funding from the European Commission in the period 2014 – 2020 tripled by European industry, thus reaching a total investment of 2.8 billion of the Euro. SPARC will continue to stimulate and support a community in the increasingly vibrant and efficient robotics that collaborates with a view to developing successful technological transfer and commercial exploitation in all regions. (WWW.EU-ROBOTICS.NET/SPARC).

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