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Dec.18 Wed.- 21 Sat. 2019

Tokyo Big Sight

West Halls, South Halls, Aomi Exhibition Halls

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Dec.18 Wed.- 21 Sat. 2019

Tokyo Big Sight

West Halls, South Halls, Aomi Exhibition Halls

What's New

2019.01.18

The exhibitor's application of iREX2019 is started.

2018.12.21

iREX2019 official website has released.

Application for exhibiting will be available from January.

One of the largest robot trade shows in the world

The International Robot Exhibition was first held in 1974, and it has since been held once every two years, marking its 23rd exhibition this year. The previous exhibition, held in 2017, saw participating exhibitors from 612 companies and organizations, with a total of 2775 booths which is the largest number ever. Exhibitors from outside Japan grew to 88 companies and organizations from 14 countries. Total visitor numbers exceeded 130,000 people, and the exhibition continued to capture attention from around the world as one of the largest robot trade shows in the world, with approximately 10,000 overseas visitors from 82 countries.

iREX2017 Video

The newest robot technologies and products from Japan and around the world

The exhibition will bring together the latest technology and related products from robot manufacturers and robot-related companies in Japan, the “Land of Robotics,” as well as from other countries around the world to promote business talks and opportunities to exchange technology. The exhibition will be a vehicle to tell the world about next-generation robot technology that supports ever-evolving intelligence and information.

Programming that caters to a wide range of needs

In addition to various forums and international symposiums by experts in the robotics industry, exhibitors will hold seminars to introduce their latest products and technology throughout the duration of the exhibition. The exhibition attracts visitors from diverse industries: not only robot-related industries but also manufacturing industry people involved in automobiles, appliances and electronics, as well as people from nursing care and medicine, infrastructure and construction, agriculture, forestry and fishery-related food products, education, and more.