GR-EX Logistics: A unique event for innovation in logistics and interlogistics
- GREX Logistics will take place together with Global Robot Expo the next 8th and 9th May 2019.
- The great demand that has generated the initiative forces the organization to expand the exhibition space, moving from the Pavilion 1 to the Pavilion 5 of IFEMA, Feria de Madrid
The next May 2019, the first edition of GR-EX Logistics is going to be celebrated together with Global Robot Expo, the international trade show on innovation and technology.
GR-EX Logistics is created as an answer of the sector’s demand and it will be a showcase of innovations in today’s logistics and intralogistics. All the solutions will be present in an event which amplifies its horizonts to offer a professional alternative for the interest of the companies.
KUKA Robots new sponsor of GR-EX 2019
- Global Robot Expo confirms KUKA as sponsor of the 4th edition of the event.
- With this sponsorship, Global Robot Expo goes one step further and consolidates the event as a unique meeting point for professionals from the industrial sector.
KUKA Robots, global leader on robotics, technology of systems and facilities, supports Global Robot Expo as an event of reference in tech solutions for companies.
KUKA AG is an internationally active company with sales of around 3.5 billion euro. Their international customers come from, among other sectors, the automotive industry and general industry. KUKA offers you everything from a single source: from the individual components to fully automated systems.
Marina Uceda joins Global Robot Expo
Virginia López,viuda de Andrés Mira entregó a Marina Uceda el galardón.// FOTO: Juan Caraballo.
Marina Uceda Núñez, winner of the Admira 2017 prize – in recognition of her professional contribution to the logistics sector in Spain – joins the team of Global Robot Expo to boost the growth of the event in the sector of Industrial Robotics and Logistics 4.0.
In the last years, Marina Uceda held the position of director of the events Logistics, Empack, Packaging Innovation, Label & Print in Spain and Portugal, owned by the Belgian multinational Easyfairs.
With more than 15 years of experience in the field of professional events, marketing, communication and sales, she has a degree in CC. Politics and Journalism by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Master in Economic Journalism by the APIE.
AGREEMENT OF COLLABORATION BETWEEN GR-EX, IFR AND AER, International reference robotics associations.
Global Robot Expo continues to grow and in 2019 will come, once again, the largest International B2B event on innovation, robotics and related technologies. That’s why we are pleased to announce the presence of two important associations of the sector in GREX19; the Asociación Española de Robótica y Automatización (AER-ATP) Spanish Association of Robotics and Automation; and the International Federation of Robotics (IFR).
Valeria Komissarova, Grishin Robotics and one of the 25 women in robotics you need to know about.
The next confirmed speaker for the GR-EX World Congress 2019 is Valeria Komissarova. With no prior background in the industry, Valeria launched a successful venture capital firm – included in 2015 by the prestigious media publication Global Corporate Venturing into the list of Top-50 most ambitious venture investors. READ MORE
Irakli Beridze from UNICRI will talk about Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
We are glad to inform you that we are preparing the next GR-EX Congress with more innovation and technology. One of the experts who will participate in the conferences of international level in the next edition of Global Robot Expo is Irakli Beridze. He is the head of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics of United Nations (UNICRI). READ MORE
Exoskeletons: an overview of the market
The consultory ABI Research confirms that the potential market of the exoskeletons for comercial and industrial use actually surpasses 2,6 millions of units in the world, with technologies that are able to endure the weight of the standing and crouching body being the most common. This figure contrasts with the total number of units of exoskeletons sold within the past few years.