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Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum 2020 calls for presentations

Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum 2020 calls for presentations

The second annual Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum, which is scheduled for September in Boston, is seeking qualified and engaging expert speakers.

Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum speaker

Rich Mahoney, co-founder and CEO of Seismic, helped open the first Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum.

WTWH Media has issued a call for presentations for the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum, which is scheduled for Sept. 24-25, 2020, at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. Submissions are due May 1, 2020.

As demand increases worldwide for healthcare services, the opportunities and challenges for automation also increase. A multidisciplinary approach is needed for safe, effective, and commercially viable intelligent systems.

The second annual Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum is the premiere conference and exposition focused on the design, development, and manufacture of healthcare systems. It will focus on assistive, medical, surgical, therapeutic, and other next-generation technologies.

Healthcare robotics forum to discuss design and development

The keynotes, sessions, panels, and expo floor at the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum are intended to help technical professionals successfully develop and bring to market healthcare robotics systems. Forum content will focus on the hardware and software, services, and best practices used in healthcare applications.

WTWH is seeking informative presentations delivered by compelling speakers who can share their healthcare robotics insights, analyses, and experiences in each of the following tracks:

  • Enabling Technologies
  • Tools and Platforms
  • Design and Development
  • Management and Opportunity

See more detailed descriptions of the tracks here.

“Because of the current health crisis, there is more interest than ever in systems that safely augment human capabilities,” stated Eugene Demaitre, co-chair of the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum. “We expect investments in healthcare robotics to continue, and engineers, clinicians, and businesspeople must collaborate to address growing global demands. I look forward to learning from industry leaders about new technologies and applications.”

Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum bannerBenefits and deadline for speakers

All speakers will receive a complimentary full registration, granting admission to all keynotes, general sessions, panels, and special events, including all breakfasts, lunches, and receptions. In addition, speakers will receive complimentary guest registrations for up to two attendees.

Prospective speakers should submit their proposals by May 1, 2020. To submit a proposal, please fill out this form.

Co-located with key events

The Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum will also feature demonstrations from leading healthcare robotics providers, plus networking opportunities. It will be co-located with the third annual Robotics Summit & Expo, the premiere conference for the design and development of commercial robots, and medical device event DeviceTalks Boston.

Additional information

For program information, please contact Dan Kara, vice president of robotics at WTWH Media, at dkara[at] or Eugene Demaitre, senior editor of The Robot Report, at [email protected].

For information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Courtney Nagle, vice president of business development at WTWH, at [email protected].

About WTWH Media LLC

Cleveland-based WTWH Media is an integrated business-to-business media company serving the design engineering, electronics, hospitality, life sciences, renewable energy, retail, and robotics markets with more than 50 Web sites, five print publications, and many other technical and business events.

The WTWH Network includes Robotics Business Review, which covers the business side of the industry; The Robot Report, an information portal focusing on robotics and intelligent systems; and Collaborative Robotics Trends, which shares use cases around cobot arms and mobile robots. WTWH also produces the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum, as well as RoboBusiness, the Robotics Summit & Expo, and the Field Robotics Engineering Forum.


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