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2nd Robotic Technology Exhibition set to kick off

The thee-day event will tackle the latest robotic automation technologies for industrial application and the drone industry, as well as consumer application

The event will host workshops focused on artificial intelligence, sensors and receptors, as well as machine-to-machine and human interfacing.
The event will host workshops focused on artificial intelligence, sensors and receptors, as well as machine-to-machine and human interfacing.

The second edition of the Robotic Technology Exhibition (RTEX) will be hosted at The Meydan (Gallery) from 29 September to 1 October, 2015. 

Drawing exhibitors across the globe, the three-day event is expected to showcase the latest technologies and technical services in industrial automation, drone industry and application in the consumer market.

Furthermore, the annual event will host a number of conferences and workshops focused on artificial intelligence, sensors and receptors, as well as machine-to-machine and human interfacing.

The workshop schedule features an introductory programme to robotics and to Arduino programming.

It will also feature an intermediate level course on littleBits, a technology start up founded by Ayah Bdeir, which utilises easy-to-use electronic building blocks for industrial and commercial application.

RTEX is organised by Palladium Exhibition Organisers in partnership with the UAE Ministry of Education and Dubai Customs. Additional event partners include Lockheed Martin, The Society of Engineers and Future Robot.

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