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The European Robotics Week with ABB as Platinum Sponsor

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November 16th–25th, 2018

 

 

Bringing robotics to the general public

The goal of the European Robotics Week is to bring robotics research and development closer to the general public and to build the future robotics society. As a robotics company, ABB is proud to support this initiative with a number of interesting events especially designed to introduce you to a future where people and robots work together.

As a Platinum Sponsor of the European Robotics Week, ABB is preparing activities to introduce people to the world of robotics in Friedberg (our German home base), Augsburg (during the ERW 2018 central event) and in several of the other European countries that ABB calls home. 

 

 

Events in Friedberg, Germany

Guided tours through the ABB Friedberg facilities on November 22

Morning session (9:00–12:00) for students
Afternoon session (14:00–16:00, starting every hour) for general public

What you can expect: A brief introduction to the world of robotics in our showroom, a guided company tour and the opportunity to see several ABB robots in action in our demo cells accompanied by ABB robotics experts who are also happy to take your questions on robotics topics.

Your advanced registration is required. Please click the button on the right and fill in the registration form.

 

Discover the ABB show truck at Elvis-Presley-Platz in the heart of Friedberg


The Elvis-Presley-Platz is the central place in the city center of Friedberg. ABB will be happy to welcome you there in our show truck which includes three exhibits.

Where: Elvis-Presley-Platz, 61169 Friedberg
Date: November 22nd, 2018
Time: 11.00 a.m. to 16.00 p.m.
Addressed to: Regional public and students

 

 

Events in Augsburg, Germany

Keynote: "Robots, AI and the Future - Technology vs. Humanity"

Speaker: Vito di Bari
About the speaker: Vito Di Bari is seen as world's premiere futurist and will share an inspiring speech about the future of robotics.

Where: Zeughaus, Zeugplatz 4, 86150 Augsburg
Date: Saturday, November 17th, 2018
Time: 15.00 p.m.
Addressed to: Regional public, students, teachers

 

ABB booth at the robot exhibition at Augsburg Zeughaus


We are already looking forward to welcoming you at our ABB booth as well as in our show truck. Our robot experts are happy to introduce you to YuMi, the world's first truly collaborative robot and to present our leading solutions for assembly and testing applications.  

Where
: Zeughaus, Zeugplatz 4, 86150 Augsburg
Date: November 16th to 18th, 2018, 10 a.m. till 6 p.m.
Addressed to: Regional public, students, teachers

 

 

About the European Robotics Week

The European Robotics Week (ERW) was conceived at the European Robotics Forum (ERF) 2011 by the desire of the European Robotics community to bring robotics research and development closer to the public and to build the future Robotics Society. Since then and every year, the ERW has offered one week of various robotics related activities across Europe for the general public, highlighting the growing importance of robotics in a wide variety of application areas and the growing importance of skills in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). ERW2018 will take place on 16 - 25 November 2018.

STEM subjects are increasingly becoming an important part of basic literacy in today’s knowledge society, and we need to continue developing and growing Europe’s future scientists and researchers to close a skills gap, which by 2020 will require us to have an additional one million individuals! ERW therefore aims at inspiring technology education in students of all ages to pursue careers in STEM-related fields. Science education can no longer be viewed as an exclusive endeavor for future scientists or engineers. It has to engage in dialogue on science-driven societal issues, since only science-conscious citizens can make informed decisions. About European Robotics Week