British Dutch Brokerage event on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

In the second week of April Innovate UK’s Global Business Innovation Programme (GBIP), delivered by Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), is organising a visit to the Netherlands for innovative businesses that are active in the artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics sectors.

The goal is to connect technology and business interests and facilitate partnerships. The event will focus on robotics and artificial intelligence,  identifying areas of mutual interest and exploring topics for Horizon 2020 calls.
Dutch companies, universities and research institutes are invited to meet with members of this British delegation on the 12th of April.

The British companies are active in the following application area's within Artificial Intelligence en robotics:

  1. Health – healthy living, healthy aging, robotic & AI assistance
  2. Autonomous planning and control systems – extreme & dynamic environments, logistics, navigation, edge-computing
  3. Human-AI & Robot interaction – robotic systems, skills transfer, collaborative systems, high skill environment, conversational AI

This is a unique opportunity to generate new business and research contacts and contracts. The model is time - and cost efficient and results in business! Meetings will take place in a dedicated area and will be arranged in advance by means of this website.

Why participate?
To connect technology and business interests and facilitate partnerships. The event will focus on robotics and artificial intelligence and identify areas of mutual interest and explore topics for Horizon 2020 calls.

Matchmaking – How does it work?

Matchmaking is an ideal opportunity to initiate promising contacts in pre-arranged meetings. Register & publish your collaboration wishes; Browse the participant list and book meetings with delegates of your interest; In the week before the event you receive your meeting schedule.

To contact the organisers, please email Nils Haarman (Netherlands) nils.haarman@rvo.nl or visit the website.

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