Closing keynote by Halodi Robotics

Cost driven development of a humanoid robot for mass production

In a domain where you typically either deliver sub components or integrate them, we take a holistic approach to developing a highly complex mechatronics system for mass production.


(The other closing keynote will be held by 3d-Radar)

Closing keynote by 3d-Radar

There and Back again

Egil Eide, founder of 3d-Radar and associate professor at NTNU Department of Electronic Systems tells the story about 3d-Radar AS from the startup in 2001, the growth phase and acquisition by Curtiss-Wright and Chemring around 2010, to the re-acquisiton by the founders in 2018.

3d-Radar manufactures advanced ground penetrating radars for mapping underground utility structures and subsurface infrastructure.  From being literally under the radar for several years, 3d-Radar’s products have now become well recognized as a standard tool for the growing market for highway and bridge deck inspection.

The other closing keynote will be published soon