Innorobo 2018, 15-17 May, Paris, France

I want to exhibit

  • To demonstrate innovative technology or robotics solutions
  • To find potential disruptors, business partners or investors
  • For brand/service exposure

I want to visit

  • To discover emerging technology or robotics solutions
  • To get up-to-date market information
  • To meet international experts

I want to communicate

  • To solve my technological issue
  • To promote my innovation through PR
  • To disseminate my research results
  • To present/sponsor a conference

Innorobo 2017: recommended by 93% of exhibitors!

€1.7M media value + 200 journalists

Showing off ALL robotics





Based on your degree of maturity regarding the sector, Innorobo helps you find the right step within the robotics transformation.

Discover a full range of packaged services

  • Community
  • Conferences
  • Tech Talks & Sponsored Talks
  • Media packs

  • Networking Sessions
  • Business meetings
  • Trade Missions
  • Ad hoc (contact us)

  • Guided tour
  • Flipped pitch
  • Technological Workshops

Innorobo, a hub for robotics

Innorobo is a hub that brings together all of the players in the robotics ecosystem – researchers, roboticists, institutions, investors and users - across technological fields and international borders.

We help all robotics innovations, however far advanced, to get to market faster.

With ten years of experience, we have built close bonds with experts, opinion leaders and decision-makers in the international robotics sector.  

Throughout the year, we offer information, intermediation and media services that culminate in Innorobo Event, the three-day international showcase and forum held every year in Paris. 

 Our philosophy: a clear focus on real-life uses with a human approach to robotics technologies. 

 Please check out our sponsors below.

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