Welcome reception (3 March)
The ERF2020 welcome reception will be organised in the Palacio de Ferias de Málaga, the venue that hosts the European Robotics Forum, in the evening of 3 March as from 18:30.
Address: Av. de José Ortega y Gasset, 201, Málaga
Awards Ceremony and Banquet (4 March)
The Fashion and Car Museum is located in the old building of the Tobacco factory. The museum was inaugurated in 2010. It contains more than 90 vehicles that were used between 1889 and 2010. Visitors can see from steam to helix cars. The most recent vehicle presented in the expo is an ecologic car that is supplied by hydrogen that represents the post-electric vehicles of the future.
The European Robotics League and euRobotics Awards 2020 will be presented during the banquet, in the evening of 4 March, at 20:00.
Address: Avda. De Sor Teresa Prat, 15, Málaga
euRobotics Charity Run
A runners-club like event to raise money for a local NGO will be organised. The granted institution is Principia, an important centre in the city of Malaga, which promotes STEM among high school students.
The second edition of the euRobotics charity run will take place in Malaga (place to be announced to participants) on 3 March. The charge for the charity run is 30 Euro. The participants who would like to participate should go to the ERF stand next to the registration area to register and pay the fee that will be donated (euRobotics will double the raised amount). Participants are limited to 50 and registration will start on 2 March at the euRobotics Members General Assembly and will continue 3 March at FYCMA (the event venue).
Make sure you bring you running shoes!
Price: 30 Euro
Sign up for it onsite during ERF2020, on 2 and 3 March
Visit To Parque Tecnológico De Andalucía (4 March)
Photo source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andalusia_Technology_Park
The Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía (PTA) [Andalusia Technology Park], located in Malaga, is a high-quality location in which to set up SMEs and large businesses that are innovative, respectful of the environment and geared towards manufacturing, advanced services and R+D. With over 600 tech companies, it is also home to some labs from the University of Malaga, like Surgical Robotics, or Supercomputation.
Visit to Caminito del Rey (6 March)
Photo source: www.caminitodelrey.info
Once a service way for maintenance of a hydroelectric power station, the refurbished Caminito del Rey is now one of the main attractions in the area of Malaga. This path, about 3 km long, goes along vertical walls and a footbridge over the gorge on the same waterway. Among many awards, it has obtained the Europa Nostra Award, the EU Award for Cultural Heritage Sites.
Price: 42 Euro
Visit to Malaga Historic Centre (5 March)
Photo source: www.malagaturismo.com
With a unique combination of heritage, and a youthful vitality, the centre of Malaga is acknowledged as one of the most pleasant urban visits in Spain. An Arab castle -the Alcazaba-, a Roman theatre, or one of the most original cathedrals in Spain are just metres away of Museums like the Picasso Museum, the Pompidour or the Carmen Thyssen.
Price: 18 Euro