On May 4th, during their state visit to Estonia, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, along with Estonian President Alar Karis, visited the University of Tartu. The distinguished guests, accompanied by President Karis, were taken to the Delta Centre, where they had the opportunity to explore various laboratories and units that serve as crucial hubs for deep technology companies.
During their visit, the University of Tartu’s robotics team showcased several impressive robotics demonstrations, including captivating demos featuring Robotont. These demonstrations provided an insight into the cutting-edge advancements in robotics and highlighted the university’s commitment to fostering innovation and technological excellence.
The presence of both Swedish royalty and the Estonian President underscored the significance of the visit, showcasing the strong bilateral ties between the two countries and recognizing the University of Tartu as a leading institution in the field of robotics and technology.
This momentous occasion not only emphasized the collaboration between Estonia and Sweden but also symbolized the university’s vital role in driving advancements in robotics. The visit served as a platform for knowledge exchange and further strengthened collaborative efforts in the realm of robotics and innovation.
More information about the visit: https://ut.ee/en/swedish-business-delegation-visited-university-of-tartu?fbclid=IwAR0-VxmSJGHEMvTTLcCeQT3qetS2BDP7lUWre4h0uuuW7rJdEAt8oZziqsA