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Trip planning: 35 remaining 2017 robotics-related events

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26 April 2017



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Whether for research, purchasing, education or in conjuncation with a family vacation, going to and attending robotics-related conferences and trade shows can provide real personal and business benefits, particularly when the venue is in a foreign location. Here are the 35 remaining events for 2017:

  1. Hannover Messe Trade Fair, April 24-28, Hannover, Germany
  2. Intl Conf on Autonomous Robot Systems (ICARSC), April 26-30, Coimbra, Portugal
  3. Intl Trade Fair for the Manufacturing Industry, May 3-5, Turin, Italy
  4. AUVSI’s Xponential, May 8-11, Dallas, TX
  5. Innorobo, May 16-18, Paris, France
  6. IEEE Intl Conf on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 29-June 3, Singapore
  7. AUVSI Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition, June 2-5, Rochester, MI
  8. CES Asia, June 7-9, Shanghai, China
  9. Unmanned Cargo Innovation Conference, June 13-14, Maaspoort, The Netherlands
  10. ICAPS Robotic Track, June 18-23, Pittsburgh, PA
  11. Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics, June 25-28, London, UK
  12. Autonomous Systems World, June 26-27, Berlin, Germany
  13. Conf on Flexible Automation & Intelligent Manufacturing (FAIM), June 27-30, Modena, Italy
  14. Automation and Robotics Conf, June 28-29, San Diego, CA
  15. Industrial Automation Shenzhen, June 28-30, Shenzhen, China
  16. Forbes AgTech Forum, June 28-29, Salinas, CA
  17. RoboUniverse Seoul, June 28-30, Seoul, Korea
  18. Intl Symposium on Automation & Robotics in Construction (ISARC), June 28-July 1, Taipei, Taiwan
  19. China Intl Robot Show (CIROS), July 5-8, Shanghai, China
  20. RoboCup, July 25-31, Nagoya, Japan
  21. Farm Progress Show, August 29-31, Decatur, IL
  22. InterDrone, September 6-8, Las Vegas, NV
  23. European Conf on Mobile Robotics, September 6-8, Paris, France
  24. Conf on Field and Service Robotics, September 12-15, Zurich, Switzerland
  25. RobotWorld, September 13-16, Seoul, Korea
  26. IEEE AFRICON 2017 and Robotics and AI, September 18-20, Cape Town, South Africa
  27. ROSCon, September 21-22, Vancouver, Canada
  28. IEEE Intl Conf on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), September 24-28, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  29. RoboBusiness, September 27-28, Santa Clara, CA
  30. Drone World Expo, October 3-4, San Jose, CA
  31. China Industrial Automation and Robotics Show, November 7-11, Shanghai, China
  32. AgriTechnica, November 12-18, Hanover, Germany
  33. Conference on Robot Learning (CoRL 2017), November 13-15, Mountain View, CA
  34. Asian Robotics Exhibition AREX, November 23-24, Singapore
  35. iREX 2017, November 29-December 2, Tokyo, Japan


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Frank Tobe is the owner and publisher of The Robot Report, and is also a panel member for Robohub's Robotics by Invitation series.
Frank Tobe is the owner and publisher of The Robot Report, and is also a panel member for Robohub's Robotics by Invitation series.





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