Robots for Self-Repairing Cities, 20 June 2018, Birmingham
Self-Repairing Cities Annual Event
Hornton Grange, University of Birmingham
The Robots for Self-Repairing Cities event will bring together researchers, industry and city makers to discuss the current challenges in maintaining city infrastructure systems and how state of the art robotic technologies can be used to address those challenges.
It is relevant for anyone who wishes to understand how robots can be used to improve infrastructure resilience now or in the near future, and the multiple benefits of this approach.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Dr Kevin Paine, University of Bath, on self-healing materials
- Dan Hook, ASV Global, on unmanned marine systems
- Tony Rachwal, Director, UK Water Partnership, on water infrastructure
- Graeme Cleeton, ULC Robotics
- Stuart Jauncey, Balfour Beatty
The event will also hear from researchers on the Self-Repairing Cities project on the most recent developments and there will be an opportunity to discuss priorities for research in this area.
The event is free to attend but places are limited so you must register via our Eventbrite page by 10 June. Indicative timings for the event are 9.30 – 16.30hrs (to be confirmed). Further details will be added as they become available.
Venue and directions:
The meeting will be held at Horton Grange, on the University of Birmingham’s main campus in Edgbaston.
Accommodation is readily available in Birmingham to suit all budgets. A downloadable list of nearby hotels and guest houses is available here: this list is provided for information only and does not constitute a personal recommendation, it is up to the individual to check that the hotel they book meets their requirements.
Please contact us if you have any queries: