Students from different schools and universities in Brabant will pitch their ideas about apllication of robotics in healthcare at the Brabant Robot Challenge on Monday the 16th of January. Business in robotics and other partners of organizing platform BrabantKennis, will discuss setting the agenda for the future of robotics in healthcare.
According to BrabantKennis the province will take center stage in ‘the frontline of a world-wide robotics-revolution.’ The Challenge made it its priority to ask the question of how Brabant can benefit from this.
During the challenge, students of Tilburg University, Fontys, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven and Avans were asked to come up with ideas for this.
Between September of 2016 and January of 2017 they have been working on this. The Challenge-finale on the 16th of January in the Natlab on Strijp-S will start at 19.00 hours and is free to visit. Visitors are asked to fill in a an application-form on the website.
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