World Robot Summit

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World Robot Summit 2018
Report

WRS2018

(Tokyo)

October 17-21, 2018

Visitors : 76,374

  • Day1 (10/17) :
    17,903
  • Day2 (10/18) :
    19,595
  • Day3 (10/19) :
    23,397
  • Day4 (10/20) :
    7,912
  • Day5 (10/21) :
    7,567
Dates
October 17-21, 2018, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Venue
Tokyo Big Sight East Hall 6/7/8
Hosted by
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
New Energy Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO)
Admission fee
Free (Registration)
Visitors
76,374

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World Robot Summit 2018
Opening Ceremony

October 17, 2018, 9:45 a.m.
Venue:
Tokyo Big Sight East Hall 6
Main Stage

World Robot Challenge 2018
Award Ceremony

October 21, 2018, 3:00 p.m.
Venue:
Tokyo Big Sight East Hall 6
Main Stage

World Robot Challenge 2018

October 17-21, 2018
Venue:
Tokyo Big Sight East Hall 7/8

The World Robot Challenge (WRC) was held a competitive event made up of four categories: Industrial Robotics, Service Robotics, Disaster Robotics, and Junior. By providing a venue for high-level robot technology to come together from around the world, the competition helps to speed technology development, shows robots solving actual issues, and promotes social implementation.

World Robot Expo 2018

October 17-21, 2018
Venue:
Tokyo Big Sight East Hall 6

The WRE was feature displays and demonstrations of the newest robotic technology used in corporate, organizational, and municipal settings. The WRC competitive event was held at the same venue, so that competition participants, exhibitors, and visitors were able to mingle. The event aims to work towards achieving a society where humans and robots can cooperate and coexist.

Stage Programs /
experience & Demonstration Programs

October 17-21, 2018
Venue:
Tokyo Big Sight East Hall 7/8

The event was held also feature stage programs with experts and people involved with robots from both Japan and overseas, presentations by sponsor corporations, and workshops. There was also be an interactive exhibit area where visitors can experience the newest robotic technology and more for themselves.

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