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23 September 2022

Registration of trade visitors for GR-EX | Global Robot Expo now open

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GR-EX 2022, Europe's leading trade fair for Industry 4.0, A.I. and robotics, will be held on 30 November and 1 December.

Registration is now open for visitors to the sixth GR-EX Global Robot Expo, the international event on industry 4.0, artificial intelligence and robotics, which will be held at IFEMA MADRID on 30 November and 1 December. This event is expected to attract 15,000 attendees and the participation of leading companies in the sector such as HP, Qualcomm, Clearpath Robotics, Schneider Electric, Hyundai, Blue Origin, Harmonic Drive, Locus Robotics, Universal Robots-RobotPlus, IGUS, Keyland SdG, CSIC, Fundación Ibercaja and Alisys, who will be presenting their most groundbreaking products.

GR-EX will have 2 international congresses. The first is GR-EX World Congress, focused on industry and logistics 4.0, digitalisation, automation, smart manufacturing, robotics and aerospace technology. The second is GR-EX Intelligence Congress, a specific congress on the capabilities of Artificial Intelligence applied to industry and professional services.

This event also coincides with the launch of the specialised digital platform, GR-EX LIVEConnect, which will create the largest digital community in the industry 4.0, artificial intelligence and robotics sectors, where exhibitors, sponsors and visitors will be able to interact and maintain digital contact after the event.

The event will feature renowned experts and the participation of the Korean delegation and the president of GRC (Global Robot Cluster), among other prominent figures, at the opening of the event on 30 November.

Visitors and exhibitors will also be able to enjoy conferences and high-level round tables by guest speakers at the event, including Nick Johnson, Senior Manager Corporate Development at Blue Origin; José Luis Rodriguez, Business Development Manager at Locus Robotics; Robert Cheek, robotics analyst at Hyundai; and Ryan Gariepy, co-founder and director of technology at Clearpath Robotics and OTTO Motors.