Featuring power and force limiting technology, Yaskawa Motoman's new six-axis HC10 robot works safely with, or in close proximity to humans by stopping the robot in the event of contact with an operator. Dual torque sensors in all joints constantly monitor force to quickly react to contact; something typically only found in more expensive systems. It is designed to eliminate operator pinch points while through-arm utilities hide cabling and increase safety by reducing the risks of snagging or interference with other equipment.
The new ArcWorld® 200 and ArcWorld® 500 welding solutions are designed to be versatile workhorses for small- to medium-sized parts or medium-volume production runs. These customizable models feature a dual-station design allowing for high robot utilization; the operator can load one workstation while the robot is servicing the other. Floorspace requirements are minimal, as they can occupy a typical single-station space.
AccuFast™ II, an economical laser-based seam finder for Yaskawa Motoman's arc welding robot line, features improved sensor capabilities. The improved sensor offers increased performance by providing more reliable and repeatable feedback to the robot controller regarding part position. It also provides readings on a variety of materials and at angles of measurement that were not formerly possible.
LocusBots work collaboratively and safely alongside warehouse staff, helping to quickly locate and transport pick items, so pickers don't have to push carts or carry bins.
Locus Robotics Advanced Navigation (LRAN) software enables multi-robot warehouse fulfillment
The present wave of automation, driven by artificial intelligence (AI) - the development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence - is creating a gap between current legislation and new laws necessary for an emerging workplace reality, states a report published today by the International Bar Association Global Employment Institute (IBA GEI).
Easy-to-Use, Robust Tool Takes Selecting and Purchasing to New Levels
Smart Factory exhibition showcases Industry 4.0 capabilities of the worlds fastest safe robots
Innovative sortation solution enables faster, more cost-effective e-commerce delivery
Known for High Quality, Reliability and Precision; Applied Robotics, Inc. announces the addition of vacuum gripping to round out their traditional gripper product line.
Known for High Quality, Reliability and Precision; Applied Robotics, Inc. announces an expansion of the precision pneumatic gripper and work holding line.
Bien Perez for South China Morning Post: Annual spending on robotics in mainland China is forecast to continue its rapid expansion and exceed US$59 billion by 2020, as demand ramps up in the countrys manufacturing industry.
Automate 2017 - Kinema Systems Announces World's First Deep Learning 3D Vision System for Industrial Robots
A large part of the worlds commerce moves in boxes arranged on pallets. Depalletizing boxes in warehouses, distribution centers and factories is a difficult task that has become more challenging with changing demographics and an increase in product mix. Kinema Pick is the worlds first Deep Learning 3D Vision system for industrial robots. It addresses the depalletization of both mixed SKU and single SKU pallets.
Featuring the latest and most innovative collaboration and digitalization technologies that provide manufacturers greater flexibility and efficiency
Yale Materials Handling Corporation (www.yale.com) announces the dynamic demonstration of the Yale® MC10-15 Driven by Balyo, a counterbalanced stacker model capable of point-to-point horizontal transportation and but vertical movement, at ProMat 2017 in Chicago.
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IO-Link is the first standardized IO technology worldwide for communication from the control system to the lowest level of automation.