Announcing: RoboBusiness Co-Chairman & Emcee Dan Kara, Chief Research Officer - Myria Research

RoboBusiness event taking place October 15-17 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, MA

Myria Research is joining forces with Robotics Trends Media for the tenth annual RoboBusiness event taking place October 15-17 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, MA. As co-chairman and emcee, Dan Kara, Myria's Chief Research Officer, will work with Robotics Trends Media to build a targeted conference program that analyzes critical market forces, business strategies and technologies impacting the global robotics industry.


Now celebrating its tenth anniversary, RoboBusiness will host 1200 executive-level attendees, including robotics executives, investors, researchers, end users and business consultants for three days of private networking, world-class speakers and informative educational sessions designed to highlight commercial opportunities and advance industry growth.

Myria is also delighted to join RoboBusiness as Premier Analyst Sponsor of the event. According to Dan Kara, "RoboBusiness is the leading event in the world focused on the commercial application of robots and intelligent systems technology to drive business. As such, the event is perfectly aligned with the goals of Myria research, to demonstrate how robotics and intelligent systems technology can be used to enhance operational effectiveness, develop entirely new markets and product categories, and open additional lines of business."

"Robotics Trends Media is proud to collaborate with Dan Kara and Myria Research on RoboBusiness 2014. We are developing a lineup of world-class speakers and fresh topics that address the most important issues affecting stakeholders in this industry," says Casey Nobile, Robotics Trends Media Chief Content Manager and RoboBusiness co-chairman. "Dan is the event's founder and a leader in the robotics community. We are privileged to celebrate this important anniversary with him and utilize over ten years of experience and industry analysis to deliver a program of superior value to our attendees."

Save The Date: October 15-17, 2014

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