RoboBusiness Europe 2018 Registration Opens

Registration is now open for RoboBusiness 2018, which takes place Feb. 14-15 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Registration for the expo is free until Feb. 9, 2018.


The wait is over. It is now possible to register for RoboBusiness Europe 2018, which will be held in the Netherlands. Registration for the expo is free until Feb. 9, 2018.

Attendees can purchase passes for the conference or Live Demo Day using the same registration system. You can also receive a 10% Early Bird discount until Dec. 15, 2017. Make sure to register today to meet meaningful contacts and gain insights on the latest robotics developments.

The RoboBusiness Europe 2018 conference and expo - both on Feb. 14 and 15 - will be held at the Postillion Convention Center WTC Rotterdam.

In addition, several workshops and side events will be organized, like the Live Demo Day on 13 February. More activities will be announced in the coming weeks via the online channels of RoboBusiness Europe.

Want to attend RoboBusiness Europe 2018 and need a letter template to justify your attendance? Simply download one and convincing your organization has never been so easy.

TUS Expo 2018

Simultaneously and in the same location as RoboBusiness Europe 2018, TUS Expo will take place. With your registration, you get automatic and free access to the most important event for unmanned systems such as drones, self-driving cars, and autonomous vessels.

Register now.

Editor’s Note: RoboBusiness Europe is a partner of Robotics Business Review and Robotics Trends.



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