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Robotics Asia 2012

The biggest robotics show to be held in the region

In view of an ever expanding market and future for robotics in South East Asia (SEA), Robotics Asia 2012 aims to introduce the latest in commercial, industrial and personal robotics design from various sectors including aeronautical, aerospace, agriculture, healthcare, education, defense, hospitality, entertainment, manufacturing etc.

This huge regional event is designed with the focus of promoting the regional and international players involved in the robotics sector, like you, by providing a common platform to access and collaborate with potential buyers, major distributors and industry peers, promote awareness of the ever expanding industry, and make profitable joint ventures / partnerships, all under one roof.

With participation from pioneers in robotic technology, Robotics Asia aims to introduce the latest in robotics design from numerous sectors including the aeronautical, aerospace, agriculture, healthcare and education sector. Witness ingenious creations from world leaders in robotics technology, from Japan, South Korea, United States, United Kingdom and all around the globe.

* Raise the profile of your business in the robotics sector
* Gain direct contact with the decision makers and your target market
* Benefit from additional adverting, promotional and media coverage through association with Robotics Asia 2012
* Stand a chance to be one of the chief speakers at our conference
* Build relationships with the key people in this sector
* Position your organization as a thought leader in providing state-of-the-art technology, invention and expertise to a strategic audience.
* Increase public perception of your brand within this industry through this event association.

* Gain a direct mail list of attendees who have agreed to receive communications from Robotics Asia 2012 sponsors.


*Industrial Robots*
Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems, assembly and disassembly processing automation systems, electronic & mechanical components, testing equipment, power & hand tools, transport mechatronic and robotic systems, computer aided design technologies, calibration equipment & services and brazing ,soldering and data collection equipment.
*Service Robots*
Cleaning, examination, inspection, security, defense, entertainment, education, medical & pharmaceutical, agriculture, information communication technology, robots in social environment and creative, advertising related business services & consulting.
*Robot Parts, peripherals & accessories*
Battery, sensors, motors, devices, control & communication software, adhesive films & sealants, access control systems, conveyors, fluid control & bar coding.
*Personal Robots*
Education robots, hobbyist robots, entertainment robots, smart toys, robotics pets, automated home 'Partner' robots, assistive robots.
For more information please contactMs. Kelly Liau at 03-6140 6666
Robotics Asia 2012 Secretariat Ms. Kelly Liau
No. 38-3 (2nd Floor),
Jalan PJU 5/9, Dataran Sunway,
Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: +603.6140.6666
Fax: +603.6140.8833
Enquiries: Ms. Kelly Liau

Kelly Liau | PROTEMP
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