RTEX - Robot Technology Exhibition
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- With growing social &
environmental challenges worldwide, industries including Healthcare,
Automation, Manufacturing, and Security / Safety see the importance of
further development in the field of Robot Technology (RT). A crucial stage
in facilitating RT and gaining support is to bring experts from around the
world to one meeting point.
With growing social & environmental challenges worldwide, industries
including Healthcare, Automation, Manufacturing, and Security /
Safety see the importance of further development in the field of
Robotic Technology (RT). A crucial stage in facilitating RT and
gaining support is to bring experts from around the world to one
As the only exhibition of its kind in the MENA region (Middle East &
North Africa), RTEX is designed to be a meeting point for solution
providers and solution seekers.
RTEX provides an exhibition platform for the latest advancement in
robotics and automation technology to be showcased, an extensive
seminar program for speakers to present their projects, and workshop
stands for the interested public to learn hands on about the
At the inaugural event which took place from 28th to 30th September
2014, RTEX succeeded in bringing together local and international
exhibitors, trade visitors, students, government representatives and
members of the local and international media.
A solid foundation for the industry in the region and a base for all
subsequent RTEX events was created.
The focus of the 2015 RTEX will be on Automation & Industrial
Robotics, Logistics, Unmanned and remotely controlled systems,
Consumer Robotics, Research and Development and Robotics in
Healthcare and Education.
DUBAI - ASPIRATIONS & FACTS
- DUBAI SMART CITY
Dubai’s ambition to become a Smart City directly correlates to its
aspirations of becoming a hub for technology in the region.
The Dubai Smart City initiative is one of the most key in the GCC. The
Government of Dubai, under the directives of His Highness Shaikh Mohammed
bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and
Ruler of Dubai, has made several initiatives to transform the emirate into a
With the future of Dubai tied to being smart services and the automation of
every aspect of daily life, we need to properly define the concept of a
smart city. For some people, a smart city means energy management or saving,
while others think it’s about traffic control. And for arguably the
majority, it is viewed as purely the automation of stuff. In essence though,
the definition of a smart city concept is vague to say the least as it is a
concept that is constantly evolving as technology advancement continues and
picks up pace.
Dubai’s hosting of World Expo 2020; is being tipped to be a smart event,
with every project related to it being done in that direction.
Dubai is a city where Fantasy became reality. In the span of just 20 years,
Dubai has become a jaw-dropping oasis of Innovation, Business and Technology
and has become a city where the Impossible becomes Possible. Dubai became
the first city in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia to ever host the
The World Exposition is a fair of immense proportion, where every five years
millions of visitors from all over the world converge to share ideas, revel
in technology and allow people to explore the world outside their everyday
experience. This was the foundation for Dubai’s successful bid “Connecting
Minds, Creating the Future” which highlights the fact that while a single
human mind, an individual country, or a specific community is both unique
and remarkable, it is by working together that we truly advance as a Global
Robotics is generating significant buzz among the Technorati, leading
Entrepreneurs and Governments. Across the globe, companies are constantly
innovating and patenting designs to create the world’s first fully
autonomous machine with capabilities that will forever transform the way we
do business and how we manufacture goods. It is therefore essential that
Dubai, the most technologically forward city in the MENA region uses the
opportunities that Robot Technology Exhibition (RTEX) presents, to remain
competitive and a front runner.
Analysts predict that the early adoption of such technology in the UAE would
significantly increase the GDP of the country and create a more
knowledge-based economy thus propelling Dubai as the premier destination for
leading companies worldwide. RTEX would therefore compliment Dubai’s 2020
Expo and add significant value in the subsequent years leading up to it.
- Robot Technology Exhibition is the first and only of
its kind in the MENA region offering companies the opportunity to:
WHY EXHIBIT AT RTEX?
- Meet key national and international buyers and investors face to face
Improve relationships with existing customers
Create business relations
Generate media exposure
Create brand awareness
Launch new products and innovations
Extend databases and networks
Generate new sales leads
Appoint agents and seek principals
WHO ARE OUR VISITORS?
- Local and regional Government Departments
Companies from related industries, already implementing Robot Technology /
or interested in implementing RT
Professionals from the areas of Software, Sensory feedback and Information
Universities & Students of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
Agencies and Business Development Consultancies
Partners & Contractors
- The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems
International is the world's largest non-profit organization devoted
exclusively to advancing the unmanned systems and robotics community.
Serving more than 7,500 members from government organizations, industry and
academia, AUVSI is committed to fostering, developing, and promoting
unmanned systems and robotic technologies.
- RoboBusiness is an international executive-level robotics
event that connects cutting-edge solutions providers with investors, end
users and new business partners to accelerate the growth of the industry.
With the event in its 10th year, it is recognized as the leading business
development event for the global robotics market.
LOCAL ACADEMIC PARTNER
- The University of Wollongong in Dubai (UOWD) is one of
the UAE's oldest and most prestigious universities. Established in 1993 by
the University of Wollongong in Australia - currently ranked amongst the
leading universities in the world – UOW in Dubai represents a pioneering
Australian initiative in the Gulf region.
IEEE RAS (UAE)
- The IEEE Robotics and Automation Society's objectives are
scientific, literary and educational in character. The Society strives for
the advancement of the theory and practice of robotics and automation
engineering and science and of the allied arts and sciences, and for the
maintenance of high professional standards among its members.
- “The main theme of UNINOVA is to pursue scientific
research, technical development, high level training and the creation of new
Technological innovation centres and small size industries."
- Holos mission is to contribute to the technological
development of organizations, by supplying innovative products and services
that improve access to information, support decisions and generate
Middle East Gate
- With more than a decade of Industry related experience,
Middle East Gate Exhibition focuses on trade show organization as well as
the construction of shell scheme booths, country pavilions and custom made
PREFERRED AV PARTNER
- Abacus audio visual was founded with the objective of
providing support services to the fast growing exhibition, events, and
conference sector. Anchoring our operations from Dubai – UAE, we offer a
wide range of services in terms of audio, video, rentals, lights, trussing,
staging, simultaneous interpretation system and IT solutions in the region.
- 1. Automation & Industrial Robotics
1.1. Industrial Automation
1.2. Home and Building Automation
1.3. Laboratory Automation
1.4. 3D Printing
Targeting Applications such as:
- STEM Education
- Robot Assisted Learning
- Early Childhood Development
- Software assisted learning
6. Consumer Robotics
6.1. Domestic & Assistive
6.3. Social Robots
- 2. Logistics & Material Handling
2.1. Handling Systems & Robots
2.2. Automated Warehouse Systems
2.3. Conveyor Systems
2.4. Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (AS/RS)
5. Healthcare Robotics
5.1. Surgical Robots
5.5. Preparers & Dispensers
7. Research & Development
7.3. Independent Labs
- 3. Unmanned & Remotely Controlled Systems
3.2. Arial (Drones)
3.3. Marine Surface
Targeting Applications such as:
- Search & Rescue
- Surveillance & Patrol
- Bomb disposal
- Mine clearance
- Mapping & Surveying