BRL hosts virtual conference to showcase research
Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) has announced that it will host a virtual conference on Wednesday 30th June, showcasing cutting-edge research and opportunities for organisations to engage with the UK’s largest robotics research laboratory.
The conference brings together leading robotics researchers and business leaders to explore how robotics, smart automation, AI and machine learning can benefit organisations, from start-ups to large corporations.
BRL will be presenting over 50 talks, a series of which will take place live from within the laboratory, on topics ranging from smart automation, assistive robotics and human-robot interaction to unmanned aerial vehicles.
There will also be live demonstrations, industrial case studies and opportunities to discover current research from the community of PhD students.
Keynote sessions where leading roboticists share latest research developments and trends, and panel discussions where BRL’s leading researchers will debate the future of robotics and enterprise, are also part of the programme for the event.
David Lennard, Head of Business and Operations at BRL, said: “The laboratory has worked with industrial partners from across the UK from more than 25 years, conducting pioneering research to develop real-world solutions to industrial challenges.
“This conference is the perfect opportunity for delegates to explore what BRL has to offer and how we can collaborate to solve real world challenges.”
Full access to all the BRL Virtual Conference presentations will be made available to delegates after the event.