Implementation of Drones & Robotics Taking off at Record Speed - 20/03/2017
From 19-21 April 2017, TUS Expo & RoboBusiness Europe are joining forces, forming a professional exhibition and conference programme. It will feature grand keynotes and vivid panel discussions with industry leaders, researchers, startups and key disruptors.
Amongst the keynotes are drone and robotics pioneers and experts.
- Melonee Wise, CEO of Fetch Robotics is a world-renowned expert in designing, building, and programming robotic hardware. She developed dozens of algorithms, libraries, and hardware for autonomous boats, autonomous cars, personal robot platforms, battle bots, and several low-cost platforms. Fetch Robotics develops and manufactures collaborative, autonomous mobile robot solutions for the warehousing and intralogistics markets.
- Jonathan Evans is a professional pilot and veteran. Co-founder and CEO of Skyward, providing critical operations management software for professional drone operators around the world. The Skyward platform connects all the people, projects, and equipment involved in your drone program into one efficient workflow.
- Chapal Khasnabis is a social & technical innovator who has spent most of his career in the field of community health, assistive health technology, and community-based rehabilitation. He currently serves as a Technical Officer on the Public Health and Innovation Team in the Department of Essential Medicines & Health Products of the World Health Organization.
- James Harrison is co-founder of Sky-Futures. Keen on disruptive business models and shaking up the status quo. The Sky-Futures mission is to improve safety and reduce risk across industries by enabling enterprise to harness the power of drone-driven data collection, analysis and storage.
Other keynote speakers and discussion panel members include: Jack Martens (DAF Trucks), Vincent Kwaks (Vanderlande Industries), Matthew Rendall (Clearpath Robotics), Noel Sharkey (Responsible Robotics), Berry Mulder (Shell), Lucas van Oostrum (Delft Aerial Robotics), Kasia Colombani (Drone Alliance Europe), Liana Ugnat (SenseFly), Lisa Chen (Pix4D), Mark Frequin (Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment).
Last updated: 19/08/2017