As one of Europe’s innovation leaders, the Netherlands is home to a vibrant ecosystem for startups and scale-up companies. The Dutch are early adapters of technology and innovation, making the Netherlands an attractive market for emerging technologies such as robotics, drones and AI.
We are honored to announce that Constantijn van Oranje, Special Envoy at Techleap.nl, will be present at the opening session of the SPRINT Robotics World Conference for Inspection & Maintenance Robotics and participate in a panel session centered around startups, scale-up companies and the role of asset owners.
Constantijn van Oranje leads Techleap.nl, the accelerator for the Tech-ecosystem in the Netherlands. By improving access to capital, market, talent and technologies, he and his team connect the Dutch Tech-ecosystem to help promising Dutch Tech companies grow fast internationally.
The SPRINT Robotics World Conference for Inspection & Maintenance Robotics is the leading global event for robotics for Inspection, Maintenance and Cleaning. The 2022 edition of the World Conference will be held on September 27 & 28 at RAI Amsterdam, providing a unique opportunity to hear insights from international speakers and experience the latest technologies for Inspection and Maintenance robotics.
Highlights at the World Conference for Inspection & Maintenance Robotics 2022 Throughout the two-day conference, live demonstrations of cutting-edge robots and drones will take place in the Technology Demo Area and on the exposition floor. The Netherlands will be well represented with best-in-class solutions from many Dutch startups and scale-up companies. A special evening banquet will be held at the Koepelkerk, a historical and authentic location in the heart of Amsterdam. Central to the banquet evening will be the SPRINT Robotics Awards Ceremony which honors exceptional work in Inspection and Maintenance robotics in our society. Additionally, a networking lunch is scheduled on day one of the conference, titled “Women and Robotics – Workforce of the Future”. And on September 26th, the day prior to the conference, RIMA and SPRINT Robotics are partnering with TNO and University of Twente to host the RIMA Projects Pitching Event where SMEs funded by RIMA may pitch their solutions in front of an end user- and VC panel.
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