• The discounts, of 10% and cumulative to other deals offered by Global Robot Expo will serve both for ticket and booth purchasing.
• Organizations that are part of Ametic concentrate 30% of private investment in R & D in Spain
Global Robot Expo, the international tradeshow on robotic technologies to be held from 28th to 31st January in Madrid, has reached an agreement with the Association of companies of Electronics, Information Technology, Telecommunications and Digital Content (Ametic) to offer its members a 10% discount for both ticket purchasing and to participate with a booth at the exhibition.
Ametic represents a key employment and competitiveness with a major impact on national GDP and offers possibilities for very positive outsourcing for other productive sectors. Not surprisingly, the electronics, ICT, telecommunications and digital content is one of the most innovative sectors of Spain and the one which has greater capacity for growth in our economy, accounting for 30% of private investment in R&D.
Under the agreement both organizations have formalized Global Robot Expo promises to offer special advantages to companies associated to Ametic to enhance its presence and visit to this professional event that will make Madrid the headquarter of the most innovative robotic technology in Europe, with representation from international leading companies and presentations by renowned technology gurus.
Thus, members of Ametic will benefit of a 10% discount on the price of general admission tickets and on specific tickets for non-free conferences, and may also benefit from the 10% in the case of wanting to be present at Global Robot Expo as an exhibitor. These discounts can be accumulated to those already offered by the organizer of the event on their website as 8% for companies who book a stand in advance.
Global Robot Expo aims to bring together, in four days and 8,000 m2 of exhibition space, all stakeholders in a sector which is clearly growing worldwide. According to the Spanish Association of Robotics and Automation of Production Technologies (AER-ATP), in the coming years investments in the field of robotics in Spain will be around 2,500 million euros.
Moreover, positive impacts on employment are expected to create over two million jobs over the next eight years. Not surprisingly, in 2013, Spain was ranked eighth in the world and fourth in Europe in terms of number of installed industrial robots, exceeding 31,000 units. Of these, 19,000 were in the automotive sector.