MTC ROBOTT-NET Open Lab

MTC ROBOTT-NET Open Lab

Industry Events MTC ROBOTT-NET Open Lab

Robotics and Automation Networking Forum

Date  Wednesday 18th September 2019

Venue The Manufacturing Technology Centre, Ansty Park, Coventry, CV7 9JU. (See directions)

Time The event will start at 10:00am and finish at 1:00pm. Registration will be open from 9:30am on the day.

Price This event is free to attend, but registration is essential. We only have limited places available, so book early to avoid disappointment.

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About This Event

Join us on 18th September for our half-day ROBOTT-NET Open Lab event which will be focused on providing a networking forum for you to explore innovative industrial robotics technologies, and understand how they can provide huge benefits for manufacturing. You will have the opportunity to speak with experts in robotics and automation along with other likeminded individuals.

The event will consist of numerous round-table discussions about ground-breaking robotic and automation technologies, and how they can be utilised by businesses. Key topics on the day will include human robot interaction, understanding intelligent automation, connectivity on the shop floor and bridging the gap to SMEs.

This free event is hosted by The MTC, as part of the ROBOTT-NET program that combines forces of four leading research technology organisations, which also includes: Tecnalia (Spain), Fraunhofer IPA (Germany), and the Danish Technological Institute (Denmark).


Why attend?

  • Understand how robotics and automation technology could provide advantageous results for your business.
  • Network with individuals, including those who have implemented automation technology.
  • Discuss your thoughts and ideas with engineers who have worked on ground breaking projects.
  • Gain an understanding of the next steps in your automation journey.
  • Learn about ROBOTT-NET Pilot projects.


Related information

The MTC is an unparalleled environment for a young engineer wishing to break into the industry. The work that we are doing here today will shape the manufacturing industry for years to come. To be part of that is not only exciting but a real privilege.
Dr Clive Hickman
Chief Executive, MTC