Dec 27, 2019

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Panasonic Takes Part in One of the World's Largest Robot Trade Shows, the International Robot Exhibition 2019

Introduced robotics technologies that enrich society and individuals

Tokyo, Japan - Panasonic Corporation took part in the International Robot Exhibition 2019 (organized by: Japan Robot Association, Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, Ltd.), which was held from December 18 to 21, 2019 at the Tokyo Big Sight (Koto-ku, Tokyo). The International Robot Exhibition is held every 2 years, and this year is the 23rd time this major robotics event, which draws robot manufacturers from Japan and across the world, was held.

In its booth, Panasonic showcased robotics solutions that not only contribute to manufacturing, but to a wide breadth of fields.

More specifically, Panasonic introduced its avant-garde efforts with respect to service robots that coexist with people, as well as their initiatives in ensuring safety and providing devices, robots, and solutions.

Solutions on exhibit

- Imaging LiDAR (under development)

- Battery management technology (under development)

- Services that help with robotic safety design and with testing and evaluation (under development)

International Robot Exhibition 2019

Period: December 18 to 21, 2019; 10:00-17:00
Venue: Tokyo Big Sight, Harumi/West/South Hall
*Panasonic booth is located in the South 3 Hall; Booth number: S3-16
Admissions: 1,000 yen
*Free admissions if you pre-register from the homepage.
Organized by: Japan Robot Association, Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, Ltd.

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