Queensland Robotics cluster is advancing the presence, sophistication and international recognition of Australia’s robotics industry. The Queensland Robotics cluster brings together builders, adventurers, and big thinking innovators to launch Made-In-Australia solutions on the world stage. It is the role of the cluster to innovate and commercialise Australian robotic technologies. Our mandate is to create and advance opportunities for our industry-leaders, experts, entrepreneurs, start-ups, educators, government and innovators to work together – the best people on the best projects. As a discipline, robotics spans multiple industries, from academics to entrepreneurs to heavy industry. By being networked together through the Resources Cluster Network, multiple companies can face and solve industry challenges. Opportunities that are not available to individual companies are unlocked, new funding streams and project collaborations become available, and the leaders in each discipline can bring their best to the table.
Queensland Robotics’s vision is to be a highly competitive automation and robotics cluster generating tens of billions of dollars per year in domestic and export revenue and creating new jobs across Queensland and Australia.
Queensland Robotics aims is to become an iconic cluster greatly contributing to the development of capability and growth of national productivity.
Together Queensland Robotics is advancing the presence, sophistication and international recognition of Australia’s robotics industry.
We bring members together to commercialize and develop large scale industrial applications of robotics. Queensland Robotics strives to be a home for leading field robotic companies, energised by startups and entrepreneurs, and working strategically with the Australian government to bring Australian robotics to the global stage.
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The cluster brings together members to commercialise and develop large scale industrial applications of robotics. Queensland Robotics strives to be a home for leading field robotic companies, energised by start-ups and entrepreneurs, and working strategically with the Australian government to bring Australian robotics to the global stage. Australian Robotics provides the means and venues for professionals from different disciplines in the robotics industry to work together, with directories, profiles, jobs boards, problem-solving competitions, hackathons, networking events, and investment and funding opportunities. Clusters are what allows robotics enthusiasts and professionals to work together, to make more than the sum of their parts. The cluster is the catalyst — and it’s Queensland Robotics mission is to advance Australia’s entire robotics sector.