Gamma 2 Robotics Invited to Present at World Congress on Industrial Automation

G2R Co-Founder Jim Gunderson Named to Organizing Committee

DENVER, Mar. 6, 2015 -- Gamma 2 Robotics ("G2R") (, developers of the world's first commercially available security robot, announced today that it has been invited to present at the World Congress on Industrial Automation, to be held from July 20 - 22 in San Francisco. The event brings together world-class scientific researchers and technologists from the fields of robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), mechatronics, automated control systems, network-based systems, automated vision tracking and more. A nationally recognized expert in both robotics and AI, G2R Co-Founder Jim Gunderson will provide his insights on "Service Robots - What You Need to Know!"

Jim has also been selected to the Organizing Committee for this event themed A Global Approach to Transforming from Man Power towards Machine Power.

"With all the recent buzz around service robots, there still remains a host of questions on the topic - even within the industrial community," stated Co-Founder Jim Gunderson. "The World Congress on Industrial Automation is the perfect venue for G2R to answer questions like, 'How will field robots effect business?', 'Will they make my job easier or harder?' and 'How do I identify the ideal situations in which service robots will be useful?'.

Gamma 2 Robotics is honored to again be recognized as a robotics leader, and we are excited about the powerful exposure that such an event represents for our company."

About World Congress on Industrial Automation
World Congress on Industrial Automation, to be held in San Francisco during July 20-22, 2015, is organized by OMICS Group Conferences and will bring together world-class professors, scientists, robotics lab directors, scientific researchers and technologists from the fields of automation, robotics, artificial intelligence and control systems to discuss about the Global Approach to Transforming from Man Power towards Machine Power. Industrial Automation-2015 is comprised of 11 tracks designed to offer comprehensive and interesting sessions that address current trending technologies in Automation fields. OMICS International Conferences Organizes 300+ conferences every year across the USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1,000 more scientific societies and publishes 400+ open access journals which contains over 30,000 eminent personalities and reputed scientists as editorial board members.

About Gamma 2 Robotics, Inc. (
Based in Denver, Gamma 2 Robotics ("G2R") produces intelligent and autonomous robots. After more than five years of development, it has engineered a revolution in commercial security - the "Cybernetic Brain", artificial intelligence that enables autonomous robots to operate independently and without manual supervision or remote control. G2R robots can detect and immediately report on invaders, fire, smoke, water, suspicious new objects and more. It is the only such product commercially available.

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