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Robotic Engineering & Automation Technology

Conference Theme:


Unfolding The Technological Advancements Of Future Robotics And Automation


About Conference:

Gavin Conferences invites participants from all over the world to attend “International Conference on Robotic Engineering and Automation Technology”. Robotic Engineering 2017 is a three day conference going to be held during May 15-17, 2017 at Dubai, UAE and is open to attendees, academics and non-academic audiences.

The three day conference is designed to bring researchers, academicians, doctorates, professors, lecturers and scholars to discuss research and share ideas regarding career interests to make event experience even better. During the event, participants can build networks and share information and ideas with one another.

Robotic Engineering is a combination of machine tools and computer applications, used for the designing, manufacturing and application of robots. Use of robotics technology allows consumers to automate processes, increase productivity, enhance quality and reduce human errors. Automation technology is used in a wide range of industries including healthcare, defense, aerospace, automotive and infrastructure.

Aim:

Our aim is to unfold the advancements in Robotic engineering and to illuminate the benefits of automation technology

Global Market:

Global Robotic and Automation market is showing a rapid growth in the recent years. The total number of professional service robots sold in 2014 rose by 11.5% compared to 2013. The sales value slightly increased by 3% to USD3.77 billion. Since 1998 the total number of field robots sold in 2014 was about 5,700 units, accounting for a share of 24% of the total unit supply of professional service robots. The sales value of field robots increased by 12% to USD989 million, accounting for about 26% of the total value of professional service robot sales. It is estimated that about 58,800 robots for defence applications will be sold in the period 2015-2018. They are followed by milking robots with about 28,600 units. These two service robot groups make up 60% of the total forecast of service robots at the current time. It is projected that sales of all types of robots for domestic tasks could reach almost 25.9 million units in the period 2015-2018, with an estimated value of US$12.2 billion. About 3 million robots for education and research are expected to be sold in the period 2015-2018. This market is expected to increase substantially within the next 20 years.


Conference Highlights

Mobile Robots
Remote-control Robots
Virtual Robots
Stationary Robots
Wheeled Robots
Pre-Programmed Robots
Autonomous Robots
Teleoperated Robots
Augmenting Robots
Swarm Robots
Artificial intelligence tools
Artificial intelligence software and technology
Artificial intelligence for control engineering
Application of Artificial Intelligence in Process Control
Space Robotics
Underwater Robotics
Electric Mobility
Search and Rescue (SAR) & Security Robotics
Agricultural Robotics
Medical Robotics
Military Robots
Advances in human robot interaction
Cognitive Robotics and Human Robot Interaction
Human-Centered Modeling
Humanoids and Human Centered Mechatronics
Robot programming software
Robotic programming language
Robotics Simulation and Programming
Robotics Simulation Softwares with 3d Modeling
Design of Robotic Mechanisms
Robotics as Mechanical Devices
Dynamic modeling
Analysis of Planar Robots
Types of Industrial robots
Industrial Automation and Machinery
Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Automation
Next Generation Robotics
Diagnostics of mechatronic systems
New theories, methods and applications of fault diagnosis
Fault diagnosis and fault tolerance for mechatronic systems
Robotic process automation
Control systems, robotics and automation
Cloud Robotics and Automation
Robotics and Cognitive Automation
Advances in Clinical Laboratory Automation
Plant Automation Advancements
Latest developments in robotics and automation
The Future of Industrial Automation

Supporting Journal

Robotics