RoboUniverse Shanghai Announces AJ Fang, Vice President of Mooreland Partners as Keynote Speaker

RoboUniverse confirmed that AJ Fang, Vice President of Mooreland Partners, will deliver the opening keynote session at its Shanghai event, taking place at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center on December 8-10, 2015.

RoboUniverse confirmed that AJ Fang, Vice President of Mooreland Partners, will deliver the opening keynote session at its Shanghai event, taking place at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center on December 8-10, 2015.


For the first time in Shanghai and co-located with Inside 3D Printing, RoboUniverse will explore Chinas robot super-cycle through two days of inspiring conference sessions and keynotes, plus three days of interactive exhibits. Session topics include the Made in China 2025 movement, mobile robotics, collaborative robots, automation, manufacturing, and many more.

Other keynote speakers at this event are:

• Hai Chang, Vice President of Asia and Strategic Programs, Adept Technology
• Dr. Rui Lin, Application Engineer, Suzhou uMore Intelligent Robotics System Co., Ltd.
• Se-Kyong Song PhD, CEO, FutureRobot Co., Ltd.

For a list of all speakers and sessions, visit robouniverse.com/shanghai/2015/agenda/.

RoboUniverse Shanghai will also feature lineup of exceptional sponsors and exhibitors for the event, including Adept Technology, Inc. and Mooreland Partners.

Prices increase on December 3, so register in advance to save. Take an additional 10% off when you use code ‘TOMORROW.

To register, visit robouniverse.com/shanghai/2015/register/.

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