What is Robotex International?
Robotex International is an annual event and the biggest robotics festival on the planet. Thousands of engineers, executives, students and families come together to be inspired by industry leaders, build robots for various challenges and learn about the latest technology innovations.
We’re excited to announce that Robotex International is hosted in Tallinn, Estonia in 2018 for the 18th time in a row. The festival will be jam-packed with spectacular competitions and amazing keynotes, buzzing Expo hall, workshops, and much more.
Meet Our Speakers 2018
More speakers coming soon!
Robotex International is held in Estonia
Estonia connects the dots between Scandinavia, Central Europe and what lies to the east. Estonia’s capital Tallinn is the best preserved medieval city in Northern Europe. About 50% of the country is forest. The population is just 1.3 million but the area is larger than Denmark and Holland.
“At the moment, Starship Technologies is operating a global fleet of autonomous delivery robots. But it all started a long time ago when our founder Ahti Heinla participated in a robotic football competition at Robotex. Thank you!”
“Robotex? What an outstanding program promoting open ended robotics for all ages. They are so good, we at RoboRAVE International are now partnering with them through two shared challenges, Entrepreneurial & Sumo. Come play at both!”
“Robotex gathers robotics enthusiasts of all ages from different places in the world; it showcases the latest innovations; it represents a space to learn the skills and reflect on the importance of robotics; and it offers diverse competitions to test your skills, no matter if you are a beginner or an expert.”
Roya MahboobAfghan Citadel Software Company
“We had the opportunity to come for the first time to Estonia and participate in the Robotex festival to show the talents of Afghan teenager thanks to which we had the chance to win the Entrepreneurship Challenge. I could see that our team was so excited about this. We are thankful to the organizer!”