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Take advantage of this limited time offer to take 30% off your conference pass using discount code RENEW30, when you register for the upcoming virtual Robotics for Inspection & Maintenance Summit taking place this week on December 8-9, 2021. Valued at $149, use the discount code and get your pass for just $104. Register Now! This 2-day virtual event is designed […]
The Robotics for Inspection & Maintenance Summit will take place on December 8-9, 2021. This 2-day virtual event is designed to provide valuable insight to create and execute effective strategies that adapt to the ever-changing challenges faced in inspection and maintenance operations. It brings together asset owners, robotics & UAS inspection service providers, robotics maintenance providers, robotic and UAS OEMs, […]
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