Robotics Alley, PaR Systems Partner on Manufacturing & Assembly Track

The producers of the 2014 Robotics Alley Conference & Expo turned to automation provider PaR Systems to help develop content for a Manufacturing & Assembly Track.

This year, to highlight innovative uses of automation in today's manufacturing and assembly industries, the producers the Robotics Alley Conference & Expo turned to automation provider PaR Systems to help develop a track specifically on that topic.

The Manufacturing & Assembly Track will include five presentations that highlight ways industrial robotics have evolved in recent years.

Presentations include:

*Advanced Applications of Industrial Robotics, Including Human Collaboration
*Stuart C. Shepherd, CEO Americas - KUKA Robot Group, KUKA Robotics Corporation
*Expanded Use of Robotics in the Production of Critical Components
*Scott Voldness, Director, Engineer - Facilities & Equipment, ATK Aerospace Systems
*Lowering the Cost of Robotics Through Advanced Technology and Software
*Dr. Khalid Sorensen, Control Systems Engineer, CAMotions

These sessions represent a sampling of the more than 30 breakouts attendees will have access to at this year's two-day event. Other tracks cover topics including health care, transportation, agriculture, security and defense, and more.

The 2014 Robotics Alley Conference & Expo takes place Sept. 16-17, 2014, at the Minneapolis Marriott Northwest. Visit for more information about the event and to register.

Featured Product

IntervalZero’s RTX64

IntervalZero's RTX64

RTX64 turns the Microsoft 64-bit Windows operating system into a Real-time operating system (RTOS). RTX64 enhances Windows by providing hard real-time and control capabilities to a general purpose operating system that is familiar to both developers and end users. RTX64 consists of a separate real-time subsystem (RTSS) that schedules and controls all RTSS applications independently of Windows.RTX64 is a key component of the IntervalZero RTOS Platform that comprises x86 and x64 multicore multiprocessors, Windows, and real-time Ethernet (e.g. EtherCAT or PROFINET) to outperform real-time hardware such as DSPs and radically reduce the development costs for systems that require determinism or hard real-time.