Between March 20-22, 2019, Romania will host the largest robotics event in Europe: the European Robotics Forum - the robotics annual meeting place bringing together over 1,000 researchers, engineers, managers and a number more and more entrepreneurs and business people across the continent.
Participants in this event will be able to meet with TALOS - the $ 1 million bipedal humanoid robot made by the European PAL Robotics start-up, will see collaborative robotic arms in operation, observe smart hands at work, learn the latest news from robotics research and, in particular, will be able to discuss partnerships in cross-border research projects under Horizon 2020.
Super Early Birds tickets have already been put on sale, and the deadline until they can be bought at nearly half the price is January 11: www.eu-robotics.net/robotics_forum/registration.
The European Robotics Forum is organized by euRobotics under the umbrella of SPARC, a public private partnership for the development of robotics in Europe. ERF 2019 is hosted by the E-Civis Association, in collaboration with the Polytechnic University of Bucharest and the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science.
About euRobotics and SPARC
euRobotics is a non-profit organization based in Brussels that aims to develop robotics for the benefit of European economy and society. With more than 250 members, euRobotics offers the robotics community the SPARC tool for public / private partnerships 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 civilian robotics industry. Its purpose is to position Europe's robotic strategic in the world, thus bringing major benefits for the European economy and society.
SPARC is the world's largest research and innovation program in the field of civil robotics, with a € 700 million grant from the European Commission in the period 2014-2020, three-fold by European industry, thus reaching a total investment of € 2.8 billion . SPARC will continue to stimulate and support an increasingly vibrant and efficient robotics community that collaborates to develop successful technology transfer and commercial exploitation in all regions. (Www.eu-robotics.net/sparc)
For more information, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 0721 678 764, contact Ana-Maria Stancu, President, E-Civis Association.