Rising Media to Launch Frontier Tech Forum in San Diego December 14-15

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download-20If you’ve ever attended a big conference or tradeshow that caters directly to your interests, then you are aware of the almost overwhelming amount of stimulation provided as you are able to learn everything—and then some—that you may have ever wanted to know about manufacturers you are familiar with, as well as checking out new products and hearing from new startups around the world. If 3D printing and other peripheral technologies are your passion then you probably already know about worldwide conferences—such as Inside 3D Printing, RoboUniverse, and the Virtual Reality Summit.

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Now, Rising Media has announced these three conferences will be launched together as the Frontier Tech Forum, allowing for innovations around the world to be properly accelerated, as well as encouraging and further enhancing business successes in a wide range of relevant industries.

logo_frontiertechforumThe three conferences on their own merits are as follows:

  • Inside 3D Printing functions as the largest 3D printing and additive manufacturing event in the world for professionals. Each year this conference is held in countries including Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, South Korea, the United States, and more.
  • RoboUniverse is known as the premier professional robotics conference and tradeshow series. Created in 2015, this event centers around service robotics and has so far been held in large cities such as Berlin, New York, San Diego, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo. The program emphasizes how robotics can improve the way people work, learn, and live with keen insights into human-robot behavior.
  • The Virtual Reality Summit is the newest of the conferences, launched in April of this year in New York City. The summit focuses on virtual reality as well as augmented reality in connection to industries such as entertainment, marketing and advertising, media, education, healthcare, and more.

“With the launch of the Frontier Tech Forum brand, we’re excited to offer innovators across a myriad of industries the opportunity to exchange ideas and establish powerful strategic alliances that will contribute deeply to the future of technology,” said Adam Kahn, Chief Operating Officer, Rising Media.

“By offering attendees the opportunity to seamlessly explore 3D printing, robotics, and virtual reality at one event, we aim to break down barriers and encourage invention and innovation that highlights these industries’ synergies. We look forward to seeing what the next frontier of innovation brings.”

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The San Diego Convention Center

As the three conferences come together at the San Diego launch on December 14 and 15, the conference sessions will be divided into five tracks running simultaneously with some of the keynote speeches to be delivered by representatives from:

fts_logoWorkshops will also be offered on December 13th. Additionally featured in this event, on the 14th, is the Frontier Tech Showdown. This is a highly anticipated pitch competition allowing eight new startups in 3D printing, robotics, and VR to bring forth their ideas and innovations as they compete for a $15,000 Uncapped SAFE courtesy of Asimov Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm investing in 3D printing and robotics. Visit the Frontier Tech Showdown to apply to compete—the deadline for entry is this Friday, October 21. Selections will be announced November 15. And there will also be another exciting event going on with the Frontier Tech Hackathon. Hosted by Paul Cutsinger of Amazon Alexa, this is a multi-platform hackathon centered around creating voice-enabled technology. To find out more, or if your company is interested in participating, contact sponsorship@risingmedia.com.

Overall, this is an event that allows visitors to catch up on industry updates as well as enjoying numerous critical networking opportunities with other innovators, investors, business leaders, practitioners, and others. Register before October 28th to save, as prices increase then. Also, you can also take advantage of an additional discount by registering online and entering the code 3DPRINT at checkout.i3dp-san-diegoIf your company is interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at Frontier Tech Forum San Diego or an upcoming event, please contact sponsorship@risingmedia.com. Discuss in the Frontier Tech Forum forum at 3DPB.com.

Rising Media is a global events and media producer excelling in Internet and technology-related events and content. Events include Inside 3D Printing, RoboUniverse, Virtual Reality Summit, Inside Fintech, Data Driven Business, Building Business Capability, Predictive Analytics World, Text Analytics World, eMetrics Summit, Conversion Conference, Email Innovations Summit, AllFacebook Marketing Conference, Search Marketing Expo, Affiliate Management Days, Influencer Marketing Days and Web Effectiveness Conference in the USA, Brazil, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, India, China, Korea, Singapore, Australia. Check out their events calendar for more information on upcoming events—many of which are being held in large cities that may be near you throughout the fall.

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