Access the latest robotic technologies at the Robotics for Inspection & Maintenance Summit

The Robotics for Inspection & Maintenance Summit will take place on December 8-9, 2021. This 2-day virtual event is designed to provide valuable insight to create and execute effective strategies that adapt to the ever-changing challenges faced in inspection and maintenance operations. It brings together asset owners, robotics & UAS inspection service providers, robotics maintenance providers, robotic and UAS OEMs, sensor OEMs, and data analytic/software providers to share their learnings on the latest robotic technologies to help businesses optimize inspection, maintenance, and repair while improving safety and lowering costs. Register now for the event for just $149.

Head of Business Development & Communications, Kevin Wasik, will join the Robotics for Inspection & Maintenance Summit as a keynote speaker to share how UPS Flight Forward is positioning to lead the UAS industry in safety, scale, and performance in drone delivery services. 

The Robotics for Inspection & Maintenance Summit will have 35+ robotic technology experts that will share diverse perspectives on needs and challenges, demonstrate cutting-edge technologies, and present leading case studies focused on new advancements in robotics technology. Hear from experts at companies including Dow Chemical, Chevron, Eddyfi Technologies, Percepto, HUVR, and much more.

Connect and build relationships with industry trailblazers from around the world through topic-specific chat rooms, scheduled 1:1 meetings, Q&A sessions, and breakout sessions during the event. Attend from your home, office, or anywhere – it’s up to you!

Register now for the Robotics for Inspection & Maintenance Summit and understand how to leverage robotic technologies in inspection and maintenance to reduce costs, improve safety, and gain a competitive edge. The full event program is included on the website with more information about what to expect at the event. For any questions, email robotics@asme.org.

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