FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – Peerless Media has announced that attendee registration is open for the Robotics Applications Conference, a virtual event that will be on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022. The company, which produces Robotics 24/7, has also announced some of the end-user and systems integrator speakers who will be sharing their insights.
“While most robotics events are vendor-driven, this is a chance to better understand how operations are choosing, deploying, and managing automation in the real world,” said Eugene Demaitre, editorial director of Robotics 24/7 and moderator of several sessions.
“We look forward to the application-focused discussions on topics that resonate with our audience of robotics users in supply chain, logistics, and manufacturing,” he added.
Robotics Applications Conference 2022 speakers announced
Noted technology evangelist Aaron Prather was already announced as the keynote speaker for the Robotics Applications Conference, or RAC ’22. He was senior technical advisor at FedEx Express and is now director of the Robotics & Autonomous Systems Program at standards organization ASTM International.
Speakers for the other RAC ’22 sessions include:
- Goods-to-Person Systems Keep Workers in the Loop: John Santagate, vice president of robotics at Körber Supply Chain Software, and William (Bill) Twickler, vice president of solutions at GXO Logistics
- Machine Tending and Welding With Cobots: Josh Pawley, founding partner at Vectis Automation, and Brian Havey, director of sales at VersaBuilt Robotics
- Piece Picking Gets Faster With Robotic Perception: Sandeep Sakharkar, CIO of GXO Logistics
Other sessions include “Palletizing and the Next Frontiers for Mobile Robots.” More speakers will be announced soon, and qualified experts can still apply to participate.
Register now for RAC ’22
The Robotics Applications Conference is free, and registration is now open for all sessions.
About Peerless Media
Founded in 2010, Peerless Media is the leading provider of independent business content and information serving the supply chain, logistics, materials handling, and design engineering industries.
Our flagship brands, including Robotics 24/7, Digital Engineering, Digital Engineering 24/7, Logistics Management, Modern Materials Handling, Supply Chain Management Review, Supply Chain 24/7, and Material Handling 24/7 offer unparalleled business-to-business coverage via sites, newsletters, and conferences.