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
Global Robot Expo proudly announces the collaboration with DAV Network, a blockchain-based transportation protocol that aims to revolutionize the very concept of autonomous vehicles. Backed by big companies like GM, IBM, Ford, Google or NASA, DAV Network is building a Global Transportation Network for Land, Sea and Air vehicles with blockchain technology behind.
Imagine a world where autonomous drones with artificial intelligence are able to communicate with each other and service providers for deliveries, charging or maintenance; where sea carriers can navigate to their destination and be paid autonomously, or where your car will work in a autonomous way after leaving you at your work earning money for you instead of being just parked. This can be seen as something from the future but DAV Network is working to make it happen today.
The blockchain technology allows a completely decentralized system where no middleman is controlling the network, it also allows a smart payment management in the vehicles itself that will provide the means for a truly autonomous network of vehicles taking smart decisions of whether accept a work or recharge themselves with an economic perspective. The technology behind the DAV Network is open-source software and open-source hardware, ensuring that everyone will be able to develop a tailored solution to their needs.
In Global Robot Expo we believe in a autonomous network of vehicles driven by artificial intelligence and we couldn’t be happier to be partners of the DAV Network and help them to share the knowledge and build together a better future.
Date: Thursday, June 21st
Time: 19h – 20h
Location: ISDI Madrid
This session will be led by Sebastián Muller, Acceleration Director (ISDI) and will include a description of the programs and time for Q&A, so startups can get answers to their questions about IMPACT Accelerator and the application process. The session will close with a presentation from a representative of the Global Robot Expo, the international exhibition on robotics, related technologies and innovation.
IMPACT RobotUnion will select 40 startups over two open calls to receive up to €223,000 equity-free in cash plus acceleration services. The four best startups will also have the possibility to be privately funded with around €1M with the help of Blumorpho, Odense Seed and Venture and Chrysalix, all part of the IMPACT RobotUnion consortium.
Selected companies will be able to participate in a “de-localized,” 12-month premium acceleration program, led by ISDI in collaboration with top research and technology organizations from all over Europe, key world-class digital ecosystem professionals, and entrepreneurs.
What does IMPACT RobotUnion offer?
– World-class training and high level mentoring by a pool of expert mentors from Google, Airbnb, Ikea, Yahoo, Prisa, Microsoft, among others, provided by ISDI.Internationalization services.
– Presence in top European scaleup events and international PR exposure powered by Mobile World Capital.
– Engagement with top global industry leaders such as MADE representing manufacturing leaders like Danfoss, Grundfos or Vestas among others; Arla in Agro Food; Fenin in Healthcare; and Ferrovial in Civil Infrastructure.
About IMPACT Accelerator
IMPACT Accelerator was recently ranked among the top ten seed accelerators in the world and number two in Europe, according to Gust. Our mission is to help startups grow and thrive through a demanding, transparent, high-performance acceleration program.
Startups interested in IMPACT RobotUnion can learn more and apply on the IMPACT website.
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.
The 15th of December 2017 the Spanish Government approved the new regulation on drones. From now on it will be allowed to fly in urban areas and over crowds of people, upon approval of AESA (Spanish Aerospace Security Agency). The drone technology is constantly improving and is being implemented in different fields. That is why it is necessary to incorporate regulations to expand the number of environments where it is possible to fly UAVs.
The concept of Industry 4.0 can be understood as a new way of organizing the production resources.
The ultimate goal is to launch a large number of “Intelligent Factories” capable of adapting to the needs of the market and production processes in a way more effective way, thus making a more efficient allocation of resources.
The concept of “artificial intelligence” was introduced in 1956 to define the possibility of implementing reasoning and self-learning capabilities into robotic system. It is not necessary to go to utopian visions of science fiction to confirm that Industry 4.0, the so-called fourth industrial revolution, has already begun to transform production systems through smart technologies’ platforms.
that function as virtual assistants. Surely you know Siri. Chatbots can be used as assistants during purchase processes, for educational projects or as pre-filters to refer queries to human advisors. The uses at our disposal are infinite, increasingly sophisticated and personalized, aiming to recreate human-like communication.
Global Robot Expo, abrirá sus puertas en una nueva edición, la tercera, atrayendo a un público profesional y destacando la presencia del sector Aeroespacial e Industria 4.0.
La tercera edición de Global Robot Expo, centrará su atención en las aplicaciones profesionales de la robótica y contará con la presencia de firmas líderes a nivel internacional que acuden a la exposición en busca de oportunidades sólidas de negocio en los diferentes sectores englobados tales como Inteligencia Artificial e Industria 4.0, que se presentan como ejes fundamentales y claves de la feria, junto a otros como son la robótica de servicio, el sector aeroespacial, soluciones aplicadas a la salud y tecnologías para la educación.
Enric Forner: “Global Robot Expo consolidates Madrid as a clear benchmark in the robotics and technology sector”