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The New Wave of Robotics: Engineering a Sustainable Future

September 22, 2023 @ 1:30 pm - 6:30 pm PDT

The adverse impacts of climate change are happening now, and immediate action is needed to save our planet for future generations. Advancements in robotics hold the potential to pave the way towards a more sustainable future by enabling revolutionary solutions in various emission-intensive sectors, such as agriculture, foodtech, built environment, energy, and more. Join Synapse and Silicon Valley Robotics for a half-day event to explore new opportunities at the intersection of robotics and sustainability. This event will inform and inspire you to push the boundaries of robotics to tackle environmental and societal challenges head-on.
What to expect:
– Engaging talks by leading entrepreneurs, investors, and product developers, sharing the latest breakthroughs in eco-conscious robotics.
– Examples of revolutionary robots designed to decrease emissions, reduce resource and energy use, enable circularity, and more.
– Interactive breakout sessions where participants will go in-depth on a specific application of robotics to foster a healthier and more resilient world.
– Networking opportunities with like-minded professionals who share your passion for robotics and sustainability.
Reserve your spot today and together, let’s shape a positive future, fueled by innovation in robotics!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-new-wave-of-robotics-engineering-a-sustainable-future-tickets-690463483867?aff=svrobotics
Agenda:
Neworking and Introduction:
[]John Robins – Dir., Connected Products Business, Synapse
Keynote: The world after the supply chain crisis
[]Keegan Kirkpatrick – CEO, RedWorks
Panel: Engineering a sustainable future through robotics
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Andrew Gillies – CTO & Co-Founder, Urban Machine
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Aidan Madigan-Curtis – Partner, Eclipse Ventures
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Ann Torres – Senior VP of Engineering, Synapse
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Kira Noodleman – Partner, Bee Partners
Bldg: Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange, 425 Brannan St, San Francisco, California, United States, 94107

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