The booth with geometrical frame structure

The booth with geometrical frame structure

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Kuka Robot Group

International Robot Show 2007, Nov 28 - Dec 01

First time amongst the local heavy weights caused quite a stir

Only the size of the display and the location in the hall would indicate enough, that here was an exhibitor, who seriously wanted to play ball.
But Kuka Japan had only just recently been founded, so there was way not enough personnel available to run the booth. The German HQ sent some more staff and - to make them understood - we organized some interpreters. Other additional staff was for catering, assistants and a team of supervisors, who always had a grip on the needs within the booth. A total of 30 persons under our direction made sure, that the many visitors always had the desired information or amenity available.
A big LED screen with live narration and a group of Bavarian Folk musicians with Alphorns attracted even more crowds. So much so, that it was hard to move on the booth at times.

Date: November 28, 2007
Size: 378m2 (4067 ft2)
Location: Tokyo (Big Sight), Japan

About The Client

Kuka Robotics is a German based manufacturer of industrial robots. Among the top makers worldwide, Kuka not only produces robots for welding processes in the car industry, but also makes collaborating robots, which interact with each other and humans. Within the product line for various uses is also a stainless steel made model destined for clean room production or the heavy weight model “Titan” which can lift a load of 1ton on its 6-axis arm with a reach of 3200mm.