UK Robotics & AI Landscape & Impact Study: Briefing Event

Join the briefing event to learn more about UK’s Service Robotics Landscape, and how the new impact study from Innovate UK will benefit the sector.

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When

Thu 07 Jul 2022

11.00 - 12.00

Where

Online

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The service robot market is exhibiting strong growth. According to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), there has been over 12% turnover in new professional service robots, and 16% turnover for the UK consumer service robots. It is estimated that these robot market trends will increase by 2030. This has led to highly descriptive road mapping activities such as the RAI landscape map, with the objective of articulating a vision for a stronger and more globally competitive UK service robotics, as well as identifying the capabilities for the transformation of industries.

Innovate UK is now looking to run a combined impact and landscape analysis that will complement the UK service robotics road-mapping work, with a clear focus on a stronger and more globally competitive UK service robotics sector.

The Landscape Map and Impact Analysis’ Objectives

  • Obtain information related to the impact that UKRI/Innovate UK robotics-related funding had on the funded industrial organisations
  • Obtain information the UK’s Service Robotics Landscape regarding the current or anticipated roles/positions of the stakeholders in the corresponding value chain

Why join the briefing?

During this interactive session, participants will have the opportunity to learn more about the importance of the impact study and its outcomes, explore the study in more detail, and ask any additional questions.

This will also be a great opportunity to bring the RAI community together to network and find ways to add value to the future of Robotics & Automation and AI & Digital Technologies within the UK.

Attendees will be the first to receive the final impact study report straight to their inbox.

Who is this event for?

Innovate UK KTN is looking for any Robotics and/or AI companies active in Robotics applications, including:

  • Technology providers
  • Component providers
  • Sub-system providers
  • Solution providers
  • Robotics System vendors
  • Robotics Service providers
  • Ancillary Service providers
  • End-users and beneficiaries