Events

The Taiwanese robot exhibition will be located at Taipei World Trade Center, Nangang exhibiton hall

Everything at automatica revolves around optimizing your production operation. The trade fair features innovative automation and robotics solutions with pioneering key technologies for all branches of industry. So you can manufacture higher-quality products quicker and more cost effectively.

automatica is the marketplace for automated production. It features the world’s largest range of robotics, assembly solutions, machine vision systems and components. It gives companies from all branches of industry access to innovations, knowledge and trends with a great deal of business relevance. As the digital shift continues, automatica ensures market transparency and provides orientation with a clear objective: Being able to manufacture higher-quality products with greater efficiency.

Events

WRS will bring together the world’s most advanced robots and robotic technologies along with researchers and developers of robots and key government and private industry players from around the world.

The Robot Excellence gathered here will face off in these competitions and exhibitions (through competitions, demonstrations, discussions and award presentations) to show the changes that will take place in industry, society and daily life.

As part of WRS, the World Robot Challenge will feature competitions in four categories:

Industrial Robotics Category, Service Robotics Category, Disaster, Robotics Category, and Junior Category.

In addition, the World Robot Expo will feature special exhibitions of advanced robots and robotics technologies implemented in the area of the competition venue, along with regional exhibitions that offer examples of advanced robotics at work for society. The robot competition and exhibition will be held in coordination with each other. Moreover, researchers and developers of robots and key government and private industry players will come together from around the world in one location to exchange information on the current state of robots, discuss their future and offer ideas for the way forward.

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Gudrun Litzenberger

IFR General Secretary
IFR Statistical Department

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Nina Kutzbach

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Silke Lampe

Assistant IFR Secretariat

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