Shop Floor Automations brings its latest manufacturing tools to Fabtech in Fall of 2016.
FANUC America Corporation is bringing a new look and feel to CNC operations with the introduction of the new FANUC iHMI
ABB Robotics to hold a Silicon Valley Open House at its new San Jose, California facility, October 5th
Event to feature robotic demonstrations, technical breakout sessions and innovation briefings from area vendors and startup companies
New 10 GigE Camera, High Resolution up to 20 Megapixel, and New Spinnaker SDK
"Servosila Robotic Arms are the first manipulators specifically designed for mobile robots," - said the company's spokesperson, - "it is very easy to retrofit any existing robotic chassis or a torso with a Servosila Robotic Arm".
Sharon Gaudin for ComputerWorld: In just five years, intelligent systems and robots may have taken up to 6% of U.S. jobs, according to Forrester Research in a report released this week. As artificial intelligence (A.I.) advances to better understand human behavior and make decisions on its own in complicated situations, it will enable smart software and robots to take on increasingly challenging jobs. That means robotics should be able to take over some jobs traditionally held by humans by 2021. For instance, Forrester predicts that smart systems like autonomous robots, digital assistants, A.I. software and chatbots will take over customer service rep jobs and eventually even serve as truck and taxi drivers. Cont'd...
Packaging robots market is driven by launching robots of high technology in industries, packaging robots market to incrase its demand till 2024, Asia Pacific region is largest for Packaging Robot Market
The Association For Manufacturing Technology and SME have announced a major new partnership for a series of regional co-branded trade shows focused on the manufacturing technology industry. The collaboration encompasses the existing EASTEC, WESTEC, SOUTH-TEC, HOUSTEX, and Mfg4 events.
IMTS - FANUC Introduces New Collaborative Robots in Human/Robot Interactive Demonstrations at IMTS 2016
FANUC America Corporation introduced the new CR-4iA and CR-7iA table-top size collaborative robots, and demonstrated its CR-35iA heavy-payload collaborative robot at IMTS 2016, booth #S-8919.
Fanny Platbrood for SafeToWork: Human-robot collaboration (HRC) describes a work scenario in which humans and automated machines share and work in the same workspace at the same time. Driven by Industry 4.0, this model of collaboration promises highly flexible workflows, maximum system throughput and productivity, as well as economic efficiency. However, ensuring that HRC is actually able to live up to this promise requires exactly the right safety technology for the application in question. One of the major issues associated with Industry 4.0 is making work processes flexible. At the extreme end of the spectrum, this may involve manufacturing products in batch size 1 under industrial mass-production conditions – that is, manufacturing unique items on a conveyor belt. Cont'd...
The Internet of Robotics comes to life with KUKA Connect - KUKA's all-new cloud software platform that securely transforms robot data into insightful information accessible from any device at anytime
With an increasing number of obsolete components on major manufacturing lines, CNC Center has found a way to keep them running smoothly without downtime.
Mobile robotics is programmable manipulator able to perform multipurpose activities as human within an environment. The global mobile robotics market is segmented on the basis of navigation, application and region.
Deployment will begin in September, when the robots will be implemented into Fiege's Mega Center to pick shoes that have been ordered online.
DoF is meant as a medium for sharing ideas and solving automation problems. "We realized that the know-how is locked in the head of automation engineers who can't talk to each other because they are far apart, focused on making their factory run," explains Samuel Bouchard, CEO of Robotiq.
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