Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo returns to Seoul

Who Should Attend?

  • Academicians
  • Architects
  • Artists & Makers
  • Automotive Professionals
  • Aviation Innovators
  • Engineers
  • Fashion & Jewelry Designers
  • Food Professionals
  • Industrial Designers
  • Inventors & Technologists
  • Investors & Entrepreneurs
  • Lawyers & IP Attorneys
  • Manufacturers & Prototype Specialists
  • Medical, Dental, & Prosthetic Specialists
  • Plastics & Metal Engineers
  • Software Developers
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Frontier Tech Events

RoboUniverse is a robot technology “end user” conference and exposition, featuring an array of business professionals, industry practitioners and robotics solutions providers. RoboUniverse events are all about Modern Robotics – mobile service robots, collaborative robots, drones and cognitive intelligence (AI), and the intersection between IoT & Robotics. The conference features leaders and experts on the robotics revolution who provide insights into market and technology trends that are creating business opportunities and changing the way we work, learn, and live. Our goal is to provide education and actionable intelligence for our attendees.

Virtual Reality is once again “trending” now that decades of research and development have resulted in a new generation of low-cost VR devices that promise beneficial and profitable applications. VR is the largest platform opportunity since mobile and companies like Samsung, Microsoft, Google and Facebook are lining up to get a slice of the pie. VR is poised to become a major hub not only for gaming and entertainment, but for communications, business and social networking as well.

The Frontier Tech Showdown is the premier pitch event for seed-stage startups in 3D Printing, Robotics, and Virtual Reality. Past participants, including 3D Hubs, Wiivv, Voxel8, Metamason, and Cellink, have gone on to raise more than $60 million and have a cumulative market cap of over $180 million. Asimov Ventures will present the winner of this year’s Frontier Tech Showdown in Seoul with an uncapped SAFE for USD $5,000. Submit your pitch deck here to shape the latest advancements in Frontier Tech today!

Sponsors, Exhibitors, and Media Partners

Sponsor

Instead of semiconductor makers that just want to sell chips, TRINAMIC Motion Control began with engineers who wanted to design better drives. Its founders knew that designing motion control technology in hardware, not software, was essential for efficient, reliable, smooth, and quiet motors.

Headquartered in Hamburg, Germany with subsidiaries in Tallinn, Estonia, and Chicago, IL, USA, the fabless semiconductor company's motion control architecture divides power electronics into three building blocks: a microcontroller for digital processing, a driver that translates digital signals into electrical power, and a gate driver plus power switches. This simplifies development and makes it easier to design components best suited for each block. In 2015, Trinamic became the first supplier worldwide with an EtherCAT-compliant slave-controller IC for integrating complex, real-time, latency-free I/O peripherals.

With over 20 years of application experience in embedded motion control, Trinamic develops and sells ICs, modules, and integrated mechatronics to market-leading manufacturers worldwide.