POSTED: 29 Nov, 2023
The Australian Cobotics Centre has successfully wrapped up its annual symposium after three days of engaging activities at the University of Technology Sydney.
Researchers from Swinburne University of Technology, QUT (Queensland University of Technology), and UTS joined forces with industry partners from ARM Hub (Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing), Cook Medical, and Stryker, making the event both enjoyable and thought-provoking.
A note of appreciation goes to Centre Director Jonathan Roberts for his leadership in ensuring the success of the event. We are already looking forward to future gatherings with the same spirit of collaboration and knowledge-sharing.
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