In late October 2019, Unicast Robotics was selected by the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), as a Japanese exhibitor at Mobile World Congress Los Angeles. Joining other edge Japanese startups at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Unicast Robotics showcased its service robotic technology, particularly the “Corporate Receptionist for Sota” software stack. Under the conference’s 4 Years From Now (4YFN) banner, Unicast met attendees not only at their booth in the Japan pavilion, but also through pitch events throughout the course of the conference.

Mobile World Congress is one of the premiere events for the global telecommunications industry, with the main Barcelona event gathering over 100,000 attendees every year. The newer Los Angeles portion of the conference sees lower attendance, but much greater focus on the North American market. It also maintains the 4FYN startup showcase, bringing promising startups from all over the world. Taking part in this event provided plenty of potential customers, partners, and investors for Unicast Robotics push to globalize their robotics operations, and taking advantage of the international brand of Japanese robotics.

This is just the first leg of Unicast Robotics push to bring the best of Japanese service robotics to the world-stage. Be sure to keep an eye out for even more event news in the future!

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