Innovus Robotics and Sensors Opportunities

5th March 2015 (all day)   Download to calendar

9.00am to 4.15pm at Energus and Energy Coast UTC, Workington

Robotics and autonomous systems has been identified by the UK Government as one of the “eight great technologies” which will propel the UK to future growth. Cumbrian businesses are ideally placed to be at the heart of the delivery of the UK’s ambitions and this event looks to provide a wide insight on the challenges faced by the nuclear, oil and gas, defence and electricity and gas sectors which can be solved by novel applications of robotics and sensors. 

Innovus is bringing in major players from Government and Industry to give unique insights into immediate and future challenges and outline the potential opportunities for businesses who may have the knowledge, expertise and vision to help solve them through technology development.

This free event will allow the exchange of information and ideas by focussing on four major industry challenge areas.

In partnership with the Energy Coast UTC, students will be set a robotics challenge at the event to inspire the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs. The event will also host a showcase exhibition for robotics and sensor businesses. 

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There is also an opportunity to exhibit at the event, the prices are shown below:

·         SME: £100 (incl. VAT)

·         Non-SME: £250 (incl. VAT)

One table and two chairs will be provided for each exhibitor. Please book a stand through the event registration form, this will be on a first come first served basis.

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