Event on Economic Potential of Industrial Robots to be Held in Garching

DENSO Robotics and the Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management of the Technical University of Munich (IWB) invites you to "The Economic Potential of industrial robots - Challenges for use in Small and Medium-Sized Companies" event on 16 October 2013 in Garching near Munich.

During this event, we will exhibit how to solve automation tasks with the help of industrial robots in medium-sized companies. This lecture series presents the current state of robotics applications and the need to achieve these goals.


The main focus of this trade event is to consider industrial robots in economic terms, specifically regarding the integration into existing processes and their impact on current employees.

Our contributution to the event, entitled "Efficient Solutions in the Production Process Through the use of Robotic Technology," will focus on the following topics:

*Cost-benefit of industrial robots

*Efficient workforce and increasing employee motivation through task enhancement and training opportunities

*Presentation of examples of successful automation

For more information about the event and registration, please use the following link: http://www.iwb.tum.de/Veranstaltungen/Veranstaltungen/Fachveranstaltung_Robotik_2013-p-1034006.html

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