In the Robotex EXPO area this year, you will be able to see engineering solutions, products and services from a wide range of robotics and technology companies.
KÕU Mobility Group (Comodule, Äike, Tuul) will be present with an exciting exhibition. You will be able to discover the company’s services and try out the new Äike scooter.
Stoneridge has brought its own technology solutions and an exciting exhibition to the event.
Milrem Robotics and Marduk Technologies will bring exciting technologies and equipment for the military industry.
SK ID Solution will offer all interested visitors the opportunity to try their hand at “Cybercase”. Come and put your knowledge of cleverness to the test.
Droon.ee will be present with an exciting drone display and brand new products to introduce to those interested.
Schbot will be bringing visitors an exciting display of robot vacuum cleaners and window cleaning robots.
In addition, there will be a range of student projects on show, such as the Formula Student and ESTCube, which will have a model in orbit next year. You can see the Solaride solar car in action and find out more about the car’s technologies and when it will be racing.
The event will also give you the chance to meet two fresh Estonian start-ups that will also compete in the Ajujaht. Justacart will showcase an artificial intelligence-based shopping trolley and Pickitwise will bring an autonomous strawberry harvesting robot.
Taltech, the Aviation Academy and code/Jõhvi will present the schools’ study opportunities and talk more about the specializations on offer.
Insplay will be on site with a large display and its own products. In addition, they will be organising exciting activities for everyone to take part in.
RoboMiku will be presenting the company’s activities and products.
3DKoda will showcase 3D printing technologies and the techniques they use in their production.
Nobe Cars, Estonia’s own electric car manufacturer, will be present at the event with its extremely exciting product, the Nobe 100GT.
Schneider electric will be presenting and talking to visitors about everything to do with energy automation and optimisation.
On the entertainment side, everyone interested will have the chance to try their hand at drifting model cars, as CuFa RC Drift and Leisure Centre will be present with their large model track, which otherwise operates in the Stroom Centre.
Video games museum LvLup! will offer visitors exciting activities with retro TV and computer games.
As well as all the other excitement, the event will also see Bellabot, Estonia’s first-ever robot caterer, interacting with humans.