SPRINT Robotics is proud to be working with leading associations and media publications in the industry.  Through this valued support and collaboration, we can collectively drive the uptake of I&M robotics and create synergies.  

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APARA (Asia Pacific Assistive Robotics Association) is a young association founded on the motivation to help users leverage digital technology to augment human capability and potential.  Their membership studies aspects of the Ethical and Responsible use of AI and Robotics applications.  APARA is a platform for Innovation, Adoption and Augmentation of Intelligent Robotics by the Digital Community.

Established in 1997, the Association of Process Industry (ASPRI) is a non-profit trade association that represents the interests and advancement of more than 600 Process Construction & Maintenance member companies in Singapore. These companies supply a myriad of engineering services to support Singapore’s Process Industry, covering 4 key clusters, namely petroleum, petrochemical, specialty chemical and pharmaceutical.

Non-Destructive Testing Society (Singapore) was established in 1997 as a non-profitable voluntary organization to serve the local NDT professionals and Industry. In the past, it was engaged in providing latest information on technical developments to the local community through meeting and technical talks.

The Energy Club of WA is an industry network and educational resource for the energy sector in Western Australia. They are a membership-based not-for-profit organisation comprising of members from all areas of the industry and associated service providers. The Energy Club of WA values the role we play in connecting people within the Energy industry, connecting the “Next Generation” in education to inspire their career pathways and connecting people to promote knowledge sharing amongst their peers. Their core objective is to provide a professional platform in which industry stakeholders can unite to facilitate continued growth and sustainability within the sector.

Based out of the UK, the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) is the leading global non-profit industry forum promoting the use of data technologies in water and wastewater networks, making them smarter, more efficient and sustainable. By fostering cross-industry collaboration, SWAN shares its members’ diverse expertise, develops its own research, and helps shape industry standards.

Media Partners

An informative dais for NDT enthusiasts, OnestopNDT has everything related to Non-Destructive Testing in one place. Backed by professionals with unprecedented experience & presence of more than 20 years in the NDT Market, OnestopNDT gives you a chance to freely communicate and interact with experts. NDT equipment manufacturers, service providers, plant operators, distributors, and NDT professionals can check out the new developments, products, and services available in the global market and have direct access to interactions with like-minded professionals. One Stop NDT users have access to NDT forums, jobs, blogs, events, courses, webinars, and much more! is an Online Trade Magazine featuring Products, Companies, News, Articles and Events for the Robotics, Advanced Manufacturing and Factory Automation industries. With an emphasis on the state of the art and on the horizon technologies that have strong prospects of commercialization, their philosophy is to create an outlet where the industry can share information and report on itself.

Tank Storage Magazine is the leading industry publication dedicated exclusively to the bulk liquid storage and terminal sector. It has been delivering the latest news, developments, analysis, products and innovations for 15 years. Published seven times a year, the publication is read by CEOs, terminal managers, business development managers and senior engineers within the oil, gas and petrochemical market. Tank Storage Magazine is published by Easyfairs UK Ltd.

The RIMA network consists of 13 European Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH) with a vast experience in the field of robotics. The RIMA consortium is made up of universities, industry associations and research institutes.