Automation & Robotics

What if you could benefit from the expertise of your peers and find new methods to handle your challenges? While at the same time becoming a part of a bigger network of professionals within your field. 

Your projects might just end up benefitting, when you are able to steer clear of the mistakes that other digital workplace professionals have already made on your behalf.  

The Automation & Robotics groups meet 3-4 times a year.
Meetings are held in Danish or English and Boye & Company provides meeting minutes from each meeting as well as an online forum for members to continue the conversations in between the meetings. There are guest speakers at most meetings to provide new insights and further input to the group. Guest speakers are typically relevant customer cases, analysts or experts within the field.

The group is moderated by experienced Digital Transformation Specialist Rune Stæhr.

Upcoming meetings

  • Danish group

    • Copenhagen on February 26

  • German group

    • Hamburg on January 16

  • Norwegian group:

    • Oslo on February 5

Topics covered

Here are some of the topics we’ve covered in 2018:

  • Case studies: Airbus, City of Roskilde, DNV GL, Technical University of Denmark, Telefonica, Ørsted

  • Agile RPA

  • Evaluating RPA solutions

  • Finance automation

  • Governance

  • Scaling intelligent automation

  • Why do we automate?

Member profile

Among the founding members in this community are Technical University of Denmark and University of Copenhagen

The Automation & Robotics group is a confidential forum where experienced automation and robotics professionals can meet, provide feedback and share thoughts and ideas in an inspiring setting. If you have several years of experience, a broad range of knowledge and your working day is dedicated to automation and robotics then you have the ideal profile. Each group is limited to 20 members. New members will need to be approved by existing members to ensure the right composition.

Career benefits

  • Enjoying honest conversations in a confidential forum.

  • Learning from the experience of others facing similar challenges.

  • Receiving inspiration from peers in other industries or organisations.

  • Sharing your ideas or challenges and receiving honest feedback and advice.

  • Furthering your career through extending your network and being better equipped for your job