September 16, 2019 - September 18, 2019
The Galt House Hotel Louisville, KY 40202, USA
The objective of this standard is to enhance personnel, robot, and workplace safety by establishing requirements for the manufacture, integration, installation and safeguarding of industrial autonomous mobile robots (AMRs).
To accomplish this objective, the Robotic Industries Association Subcommittee R15.08 on Mobile Industrial Robot Safety developed the R15.08 standard. Industry standards, including this one, are voluntary. Where local, state or national codes and regulations exist, they take precedence over requirements in this voluntary standard. The Robotic Industries Association makes no determination with respect to whether any AMR, mobile robot system, autonomous mobile robotic fleet (AMRF), associated safety devices, manufacturer, or user is in compliance with this standard.
Autonomous Mobile Robots Conference
September 17, 2019
Louisville, KY, USA
It’s time to get moving!
From logistics to manufacturing to retail, Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) are the perfect tool for dynamic environments and on-demand automation. ARMs are already playing a significant roles in increasing productivity. Don’t get left behind. Get moving.
Join us for the first Autonomous Mobile Robots Conference.
TAKE ACTION: Learn how to deploy autonomous mobile robots in your enterprise.
MEET & GREET: Network with leading players in the AMR industry.
SURVEY THE MARKET: Understand how AMRs will change business across multiple sectors.
STAY AHEAD: Get an update on the upcoming mobile robot safety standard.
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Fortune Brainstorm AI
September 23, 2019
In September, FORTUNE will focus on the newest phase in the artificial intelligence revolution: we’ve now entered the age of implementation. A.I. is no longer just a futuristic concept. Companies around the globe are streamlining, speeding up, error-proofing and otherwise reinventing their daily operations with the help of this versatile tool.
Though the capabilities and limitations of A.I. are not yet fully understood, companies large and small aren’t waiting to test it out. At some point, virtually every industry will be affected by A.I.’s unrelenting momentum.
Are you ready?
Join us to explore how your company can most effectively move forward with an A.I. strategy. You’ll meet other c-suite executives who are facing the same challenges. You’ll find out what the biggest tech companies are already doing and why those applications may or may not help your business down the road. You’ll explore the ethical boundaries as well–what it means for human workers and what applications will improve the business operations you are responsible for.
You’ll walk away with deeper knowledge, a broader perspective and a better sense of what A.I. can really mean for your company… and how to best deploy it.
MHI Annual Conference
October 14, 2019 - October 16, 2019
La Quinta Resort & Club, Palm Springs, CA
The MHI Annual Conference is a supply chain education platform for manufacturing and distribution companies. Over the course of three days, attendees are able to address their goals and challenges through keynotes, panel sessions and meeting forums.
October 31, 2019 - November 1, 2019
Conrad Macao, Cotai Central, Estr. do Istmo, Macau
ROSCon 2019 is a chance for ROS developers of all levels, beginner to expert, to spend an extraordinary two days learning from and networking with the ROS community. Get tips and tricks from experts and meet and share ideas with fellow developers.
November 12, 2019 - November 13, 2019
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Jose, 2050 Gateway Pl, San Jose, CA 95110, USA
At this two-day Collaborative Robots, Advanced Vision & AI (CRAV.ai) conference, you will learn about these growing, dynamic technologies from experts in each field. You’ll connect with leading suppliers and integrators at the tabletop exhibition. And you’ll walk away with actionable insights to help advance your business.
December 18, 2019 - December 21, 2019
Tokyo-Big Sight, 3 Chome-11 Ariake, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0063, Japan
The International Robot Exhibition was first held in 1974, and it has since been held once every two years, marking its 23rd exhibition this year. The previous exhibition, held in 2017, saw participating exhibitors from 612 companies and organizations, with a total of 2775 booths which is the largest number ever. Exhibitors from outside Japan grew to 88 companies and organizations from 14 countries. Total visitor numbers exceeded 130,000 people, and the exhibition continued to capture attention from around the world as one of the largest robot trade shows in the world, with approximately 10,000 overseas visitors from 82 countries.