The robots are coming… To Cardiff
Food. Games. Music. Robots
Experience the future of festivals at Bot-Fest 2019.
The UK’s first street food and music festival, working with robots.
Robots will serve you drinks, play the music and serve your food.
Join the party. Saturday 22nd June 2019.
The Bridge Studios, Cardiff
14:00 | Universal Robots Cobot Showcase
14:45 | Miro-E Education Robot Demo
15:30 | Genie Connect Assisted Living Session
16:15 | HausBot Wall Painting Gathering
17:00 | Glaslyn Robot Band Performance
Please note this event will be filmed. If you do not wish to be on camera, let our team know.
Cobots from Universal Robots give manufacturers access to all the benefits of advanced robotic automation, without the extra costs associated with traditional robots: difficult programming, long set-up, and shielded work cells. The robots will be used to assist with serving food.
Consequential Robotics delivers the best of British & international design and engineering to the development of next generation consumer and commercial robots. They aim to create new robot platforms that are inclusively designed, attractive, effective and helpful, with the long-term aim to enhance the quality of human life.
Vendors and Other Partners
From Arancini (fried risotto balls) to Zeppole (sweet fried dough balls), Modo Italian bring you the best Street Food from around Italy. Buon appetito!
Arcadian Brewing have a wide variety of beer styles and brew a diverse range, reflecting their passions and the changing seasons.
Glaslyn is the new collaborative project of experimental composer/producer Kayla Painter and singer/songwriter Al Lewis. Interested in creating music that allowed their genres to intertwine, the pair set out to create something fresh and exciting. Together they have explored new avenues within their songwriting and written songs which neither would have written alone. The result being a body of work which truly stretched both their songwriting boundaries.