European Robotics Week: KUKA explains the World of Robotics

At the Europe-wide theme week from 14 to 25 November 2019, KUKA will be providing insights into the world of robotics. Interested adults will learn more about Industry 4.0 and, above all, children and young people will be inspired by the future topics of robotics and automation.

Why do we need robots? What can they do and where are they used? KUKA answers these questions at various events during the European Robotics Week (ERW). School classes will be guests at KUKA in Augsburg and get to know fascinating future technologies. In addition, employees will visit kindergartens and primary schools in the surrounding area in order to arouse the interest of even the youngest ones in robotics.

An Invention Changes the World: Painting Competition for Children

Until 25 November, all creative minds can paint and send their ideas on the topic "Robot, spaceship, rain machine: Which invention would you use to change the world?" If you are interested in participating, please contact ERW@kuka.com to get more details.

Here you can find the declaration of consent.

Robot Lecture for Children at the Augsburg Planetarium

Under the title "People and Machines on Mars - What Robotics in Space can do", KUKA employees at the Augsburg Planetarium are offering lectures for children aged 6 and over. At the 1.5-hour event, children can learn more about what robots do in space and other exciting information on the subject of robotics.

On Monday, November 18, the lecture for children aged 6 to 10 will take place at 15.00 o'clock in the Planetarium Augsburg, Ludwigstraße 14, 86152 Augsburg, Germany.

A waiting area with catering is provided for accompanying persons. The lecture is reserved for children. No reserved parking spaces are available. Participants are requested to use the car parks in the surrounding area. Please understand that the number of participants is limited. Please note that all events are in German.

Children's Lecture "For the Tinkerers of Tomorrow - Robotics to Touch"

What can a robot do? What does it consist of? And why do we need them at all? Here, the inventors of tomorrow will learn exciting things about robotics from the people who work with genuine robots on a daily basis - our KUKA employees.

On Wednesday, November 20, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m, the lectures will take place at the KUKA Development and Technology Centre, Zugspitzstraße 140, 86165 Augsburg.

A waiting area with catering is provided for accompanying persons. The lecture itself is only intended for children who are at least 6 years old. Visitor parking spaces are available in the parking building. Please note that all events are in German.

Unfortunately the lecture is fully booked.

Lecture by Dr. Christian Liedtke on "The Truth about Industry 4.0"

KUKA invites interested adults to a lecture at the Augsburg corporate headquarters. Dr. Christian Liedtke from KUKA will talk about "Industry 4.0" - the next stage of the industrial revolution - which has been shaping industrial events for eight years now. The understanding of what lies behind this ranges from very individual definitions to nebulous ideas.

In his lecture, Dr. Liedtke explains the actual feasibility, clears up myths and explains what "Industry 4.0" really means. Where are the roots? What can really be achieved with it? But where are the limits? What are the short-, medium- and long-term perspectives in the field of digitization?

On Monday, November 18 at 6 p.m. the lecture „The Truth about Industry 4.0“ will take place at the KUKA Development and Technology Centre, Zugspitzstr. 140, 86165 Augsburg statt. 

Visitor parking spaces are available in the parking building. Please note that all events are in German.

 
Cookie settings OK und KUKA entdecken

Diese Website verwendet Cookies (mehr dazu), um Ihnen auch online den besten Service zu bieten. Wenn Sie unsere Website weiter nutzen, setzen wir nur technisch notwendige Cookies ein. Wenn Sie auf „OK und KUKA entdecken“ klicken, stimmen Sie zusätzlich der Verwendung von Marketing-Cookies zu. Mit einem Klick auf „Cookie-Einstellungen“ können Sie auswählen, welche Cookies wir einsetzen.

Cookie settings