Robotics #4: Where are we at? 

Robotics relates to the engineering, construction, and operation of robots so that a series of actions can be carried out autonomously or semi-autonomously. Robotic systems typically include three components: Perception, Planning, and Control.

The field has advanced greatly with the development of a wide array of sensors, the application of big data and AI and the progression of control systems with complex, interconnected nonlinear dynamics.

Offering a vast range of applications at greater efficiencies, faster speed, higher precision and better robustness, there is no doubt that robotics is already and will continue to be a key component within infrastructure, industry and indeed our daily lives. What are the current advances and future potential?


At THINGS we have taken on the task to rapidly get individuals on top of hot and talked about technologies that we believe matter. Our Get On Top Of event series aims to give you a rapid understanding of what the technology actually is, what it can be used for and how to get going. On stage, you will find people who are knowledgeable, have actual experience and also understand that you don't inspire people with a sales pitch. 

We are calling entrepreneurs, startups, enterprises, developers, students, academia, government and anybody else who are interested and want to get on top of things that matter. We offer 100 free seats at a first come, first served basis. 

We open the doors 17.30, start presentations 18.15 and close the doors at 21. We always offer a bite and a drink during these events and warmly welcome everyone who wants to sponsor this or have a standing table for demos. Contact us at


Fredrik Örås
CEO at Relox Robotics

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Sofia Sandberg
Business Development and Marketing Specialist at Bioservo Technologies

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Pau Mallol
CEO at Inkonova

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Henrik Lövetoft
CEO at Rebl Industries AB

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James Tid
CEO at Waysure

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Doors open


Introduction. Magnus Melander


An overview of Robotics


Panel discussion


Doors close

Tickets: This event is free of charge and first come first serve. 

Metro: Tekniska Högskolan

is the industry-focused Deep tech and innovation hub in Sweden, located on the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) campus. Our vision is to transform innovation in small companies into large scale value creation through collaboration with corporates. Our current focus areas are Internet of Things, Automation, Robotics, Machine Learning/AI, Mobility and Energy. We are housed within a 2,000m2 co-working space for startups, connected to an extended community of close corporate partners, including some of the most successful and innovative export companies in Sweden.
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