Taking a deep-dive into the world of wearable robots and understanding how the industry has evolved over the year and the new emerging opportunities.
In the fast pace of robotics and AI, there is a huge revolution in the way industries are previewing exoskeletons and prosthesis, and as per data bridge market forecasts, the wearable exoskeleton market
be around 8.3 Billion USD by 2025.
With the help of modern exoskeletons, production line employees in the automotive industries can reduce the risk of injury while carrying 10times their body weight. Replacing the wheelchair exosuits can help to walk again. Wearable exoskeletons have traveled a long way from having mere industrial applications into a gift for the disabled and the elderly.
We will discuss the role of the wearable prosthesis in sports and how it is also changing the way disabled people exercise and carry out their day to day work without being dependent on others. The future of
wearable robots look limitless and we would like to empower our audience with this knowledge.
Thursday, October 8th, 2020
Thursday, October 8th, 2020 CET (Berlin) 6 pm – 7:30 pm
Panel Discussion (40 min)
Start-up Pitches (10 min)
Networking (30 min)
This networking group is dedicated to the exchange between stakeholders of the wearable tech industry and professionals interested in the topic of close to body devices & services. We are bringing together experts from cross-industries, showcasing existing products, upcoming start-up ideas and near-future business concepts that have the potential to impact our lives and disrupt industries.
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