Press Release – Romania – Performance opportunity in the robotics industry

According to the latest report on the World Robotics industry, the year 2016 was the one where the turnover in the field of robots intended for services exceeded that of industrial robots. The report also states that the amounts in this area in 2016 were about 31 billion dollars in 2016 and estimate that by 2022 they will reach 237 billion dollars, with a majority increase in the field of robots intended for services. This means that, soon, robots will become a normal part of our lives and, in particular, that many specialists will be needed in this area.

Starting from these findings, we invite you on Friday, November 17, 2017, between 9:30 – 14:00, at OK Center on Traian Street. 1, at the debate “Romania on the world map of robotics” to find out why Romania has a huge opportunity to perform in the robotics industry.

This first event of the robotic community at national level gives you the opportunity to know robotics clubs across the country, to learn about competitions that national robotics clubs participate in and win, which robots are Use in Romania and which companies are interested in this area. At the same time, the companies that implement automated systems will also be present and give us an insight of their work. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with a number of robots used in STEM education.

On the 18th of November there will be an exhibition of robots for Education: commercial robots meant to help young people learn robotics or programming and robots carried out by specialized clubs in Bucharest and the country. Also, for visitors will be organized throughout the day of 18 November free robotics workshops to which children can enroll, depending on age categories. For more information about the debate, the robots exhibition, but also the events organized in the country, please visit:

The event, the robot exhibition and the Caravan of robotics from this period are possible with the support of companies promoting innovation and education in Romania: KPMG Romania, IBM Romania, Continental, Kaufland Romania and Vodafone.

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