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URF Discovery Guide Workshop - Pilot Session
URF Discovery Guide Workshop - Pilot Session

Thu, Mar 21

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URF Discovery Guide Workshop - Pilot Session

Curious to find out what's in URF's inaugural Discovery Guide and how it might benefit you? Participate in this 'dress-rehearsal' session for FREE.

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Time & Location

Mar 21, 2024, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. EDT

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About the event

The Urban Robotics Foundation is launching a workshop based on our new Discovery Guide to PMRs: Opportunities and Challenges with Public-area Mobile Robots.

Are you looking at how new technologies like robots might be used in your facility/ies or in public spaces to improve operations, address labour shortages and enhance employee or customer satisfaction? Have you been asked to report back to your executive leaders on how to prepare for deploying mobility innovations for autonomously transporting people or goods? Or how you might integrate robotics and AI in your maintenance or security operations?

Learning Objectives:

- Examine the wide variety of Use Cases for public-area mobile robots (PMRs)

- Review the Opportunities and Challenges, Barriers and Risks associated with deployment

- Understand the 6 Governance Deployment Pillars and 5 Maturity Stages for adopting this new technology

- Develop an action plan to start addressing the key challenges for your organization - ranging from insurance to training to vendor selection

Who should attend: municipal/government leaders, city council members, facility operations executives (facilities serving the public, such as airports, hospitals, parks, shopping malls, universities), urban planners, traffic planners, logistics operators providing last-mile services, maintenance operators contracted to facilities, security operators intending to add security robots to their operations, airport or hospitals adding robots to move goods or passengers, mobility researchers.

“Public-area mobile robots: Introducing PMRs to public facilities and urban walkways.”  Target Audience: managers for: Urban transportation and traffic, Micro-mobility, Accessibility, Public works, Public facilities

Please register today. We are hosting this 'dress rehearsal' workshop on March 21st to get feedback from participants before the launch of our paid workshops (starting April 16th).

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