The second-annual RoboBusiness Europe (2014) kicked off this week to a full house of exhibitors and attendees in Billund, Denmark.
RoboBusiness Europe, in its second year in the EU, is a first-of-its-kind robotics event for the Continent. The purpose of RoboBusiness Europe is to provide a platform for robotic developers and end-users to meet and, thus, to bridge the development within robotics with the end-user’s needs.
The event is directed specifically at the EU robotics marketplace and the Euro research ecosystem. Hot topics this year: Healthcare & Well-being; Automotive; Energy; Agriculture; Industrial; Education (STEM); Play & Learning; Drones for Civilian Applications; and Big Science Installations.
Mr. Enric Pedrós, Cluster Manager at FEMAC participated in the INTELLIGENT AND ROBOTIC FARMING TRACK . The track was focused on the challenges in the agricultural industry and how the developments of automated processes influence farming now and in the future and was leaded By Mr. Tommy Ertboelle Madsen, R&D Manager in CLAAS , and we count with the estimaed collaboration of Mr. Alberto Broggi, Prof., Phd. VisitLab oh the Universita`de Parma, Italy and Mr. Ole Green, Innovation manager in Kongskilde Industries A/S, Denmark.