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Live coverage of European Robotics Forum 2015

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11 March 2015



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The sixth edition of the European Robotics Forum is kicking off today in Vienna.

This 3-day event, from March 11-13, is a meeting point for at least 600 scientists, companies and robotics officials from the European Commission. The program is designed to provide an opportunity for the companies and researchers to meet and interact in workshops and seminars in order to expand their networks, gather the latest relevant information, and build new business and collaborations.

Sabine and Adriana from Robohub are covering the conference, check back here for our latest coverage, including podcasts, videos, blogs and tweets:




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