The deadline to get your nominations in for the inaugural Robotics & Automation Awards is approaching and only one week remains to enter this first-of-its-kind event!
Be sure to enter now to avoid missing out on the first-ever Robotics & Automation Awards, which will bring industry and innovation together to form the major new event for robotics and automation professionals.
Shortlisted entries will be judged by a panel of of more than 20 experts in robotics and automation from across the industry in September. Winners will be announced at a ceremony held in central London in October.
This panel of c-suite industry experts and leading academics signals the Awards’ commitment to recognising those at the forefront of innovation.
Organised by Robotics & Automation Magazine, and in affiliation with Robotics and Automation exhibition, the inaugural Robotics & Automation Awards will highlight outstanding applications of robotic or automated systems throughout the value chain of a range of key industries.
Entries will now officially close on 21 August, so be sure to apply before then!
The impressive line-up of 25 categories that will be celebrated on the night covers a range of key sectors, including:
- R&D (two categories)*
- Artificial Intelligence
- Cleaning & Sanitation
- Food & Beverage
- Best New or Small Company*
- Industrial Robotics
- Industry 4.0
- Packaging Automation
- Young Innovator of the Year*
- Inspiring the Next Generation*
- Extreme Environments
*Entrants do not need to apply with an end-user partner
Those interested in entering the Robotics & Automation Awards can do so by visiting the awards entry page on the official event website. A detailed list of entry criteria and categories can be found on the categories page.
The entry criteria for the Robotics & Automation Awards varies slightly depending on the category, though most categories can only be entered by OEMs, suppliers, system integrators and other solution or service providers on the condition they apply with an end-user partner. End-user partners are customers or buyers of solutions with which a supplier has worked in the past two years.
Those entering must demonstrate how their implementation of a robotic or automated system has led to measurable organisational, sector or wider societal benefits. There are four categories to which applications can be made without an end-user partner: R&D – Project, R&D – Facility, Best New or Small Company, Young Innovator of the Year and Inspiring the Next Generation.
The ceremony itself will be held this autumn at De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms on 31 October and the shortlisted finalists will gather for a drinks reception, three-course dinner and entertainment – followed by a dazzling ceremony where trophies will be handed out to the winners.
Interested in sponsoring?
Are you interested in sponsoring an awards category for the inaugural Robotics & Automation Awards? If so, please contact Iain McLean at Iain.McLean@akabomedia.co.uk or on +4420 4558 0311 and get your name out there at this unmissable event for robotics and automation professionals.