Stäubli to host Automotive Technology Days 2016

The Automotive Technology Days will be an exciting event geared towards those automotive professionals who want to maximize profit and value in their workflows.

DUNCAN, SC - Stäubli will be hosting Automotive Technology Days 2016 in Novi, Michigan at the Suburban Collection Showplace from May 24th to the 25th.

The Automotive Technology Days will be an exciting event geared towards those automotive professionals who want to maximize profit and value in their workflows. Stäubli's industry experts will be present to demonstrate how their top of the line robotic technology can help cleanly and efficiently. There will be live robot demonstrations and workshops to attend, a variety of guest speakers over the course of two seminars, and vendor showcases to peruse.
The vendor seminar topics on May 24th and 24th includes: Edgewater Automation: Automation's Global Capabilities Overview", Diverse Automation "Online Contracting, Cloud Robotics and the Advances in Sensors", Applied Manufacturing "Preparing for Automation", Lanco Integrated "Utilizing Robotics in Flex Feeding and Assembly Systems", Calvary Automation Systems "Flexible Robotic Application", Gudel "Expanding the Robotic Work Envelope" and Robotics Industry Association "Robots and Jobs".

In addition to several educational seminars and live demonstrations put on by Staubli Robotics, Staubli Connectors will also have their Multi-Tool Changer exhibit there to illustrating advanced and reliable performance that greatly enhances the productivity and automated production line.

To learn more and to reserve your spot, visit: http://www.staubli..com/techdays.

About Stäubli: Textile Machinery, Connectors and Robotics
Stäubli is a mechatronics solution provider with three dedicated divisions: textile machinery, connectors and robotics. With a workforce of 4000, Stäubli has a presence in 25 countries and agents in 50 countries around the world.
www.staubli.com

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