We are all regularly presented with inventions and disruptive technology that prompt us to ask, are they fads or here to stay? Whether it was radio, micro-computers or even the internet, predicting which technology trends would become indispensable always made for fascinating discussion. In automotive manufacturing, an essential innovation under consideration right now is the growth of robotics and automation.

This webinar will explain why we are seen as a generation of “robotic-immigrants” but how our grandchildren will grow up as the first generation of “robotic-natives”. We will describe how robotics and automation will permeate through automotive manufacturing, and indeed, the lives of all of us, across the next 25 years.

Wednesday 9 November | 12:00 CET | 11:00 GMT | 16:30 IST | 07:00 EST

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This webinar is presented by:


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Dominik Boesl is Corporate Innovation Manager at KUKA AG and has been responsible for Innovation and Technology Management at the company since he first joined KUKA Laboratories in 2011. Dominik graduated with a diploma in Computer Science from the University of Augsburg and an MBA degree from the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to his role at KUKA, he lectures on technology and robotics at Munich Technical University (TUM) and had authored several publications on the subject. Dominik is the driving force behind the idea of "Robotic Governance", trying to establish a framework for voluntary self-regulation in the use of disruptive technologies.


About KUKA 

KUKA Robotics Corporation ranks among the world's leading suppliers of industrial robots and material-handling vehicles. Core competencies include the development, production and sale of industrial robots, controllers, software, linear units and the omniMove omni-directional motion platform. Our robots are utilised in a diverse range of industries, and for applications including material handling, machine loading, assembly, packaging, palletising, welding, bending, joining and surface finishing. They range from 5-1300kg payloads, and from 635-3900mm reach, using a common PC-based controller platform. KUKA is the market leader in Germany and Europe and the number three in the world.