Robots at #ERW2015: From imagination to market
What could be going from imagination to market in the future
So when can we buy this stuff?
The startup ecosystem
Robots in the real world
Bringing it back to the table
Researching and manufacturing robotics can be hugely expensive. Dyson spent £28m on research for the 360 Eye, and manufacturing ran into eight figures, said Mike Aldred. But although this amount of investment is a barrier to many SMEs, Jill Burnet pointed out that incubators, such as the one at BRL, can tackle niche market problems.During the panel discussion that followed, three of the speakers were joined by the BRL’s Innovation Manager Jill Burnet, and there was some final advice on bringing imagination to market.
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