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Segue Manufacturing Services to Exhibit Robotics Expertise, Factory Automation at the May 2023 Robotics Summit & Expo

Boston-based Segue Manufacturing Services, an industry specialist in complex electromechanical and complex cable assembly services, will be featured at Booth #245 at the May 2023 Robotics Summit & Expo. The company will showcase how its flexible and high-reliability electronics manufacturing solutions enable OEMs in the Industrial Automation and Robotics sectors to overcome barriers and accelerate growth at all stages of the product lifecycle.

The Robotics Summit & Expo, taking place May 10-11 at the Boston Convention Center, will bring together the brightest minds in robotics to share experiences addressing the issues involved with the design, development, manufacture and delivery of commercial robotics and intelligent systems products and services.

Segue's goal at the Robotics Summit is to help OEMs and EMS providers lower risk and cost across value chains, and simplify manufacturing complexity.

"We're in the midst of unprecedented and far-reaching transformation - across supply chains, technologies, and society at large. In no industry is that more evident than in Industrial Automation and Robotics," said Segue Manufacturing's Scott Manty, VP Sales & Marketing. "Covid pandemic disruption persists, but new technology life cycles and evolving global demand guarantee that the electronics industry will be challenged again and again and again. Segue Manufacturing is purpose-built to help our IA OEM and Tier I EMS customers navigate ever-changing supply constraints and get their innovative and life-changing products to market, at scale, whatever comes next."

With more than 100 conference sessions at two co-located events, Robotics Summit & Expo and DeviceTalks Boston, the 2023 Robotics Summit builds on the success of the previous Robotics Summit events, with an expanded focus and deepened coverage in key areas, including healthcare robotics.

This year's speakers include industry titans Martin Buehler, Global Head of Robotics R&D at Johnson & Johnson MedTech; Marc Raibert, Executive Director of the AI Institute; Laura Major, CTO at Motional; Nicolaus Radford, CEO of Nauticus Robotics; and Howie Choset, Professor of Robotics at Carnegie Mellon University.


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