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13 March 2015



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ERF is the largest robotics networking event in Europe. Having launched this week in Vienna, this year’s event has attracted over 600 attendees – a record number. Check out photos from the event below.

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

The SCHUNK hand.

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

The SCHUNK booth.

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

TUM Skin sensors.

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

The TUM team.

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

The ABB display

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

The KUKA youBot.

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

Exhibit hall.

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

Factory in a Day.

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

 

The Exhibit Hall.

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

Zoran Stancic, Deputy Director-General at the European Commission, DG CONNECT, with Chris Bourillon, new Secretary-General of EURobotics

 

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

Speakers from the Opening Session.

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG

EU Robotics Forum 2015. Credits: Viennamotion KG



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