Additive manufacturing and robotics automation, both synergistic and on an accelerated growth path, are revolutionizing the manufacturing sector. A growing number of opportunities exist for robotics-enabling technology OEMs and system integrators offering solutions that leverage the capabilities of the respective technologies for the benefit of the other. This is especially true for the use of 3D printing for the fabrication of robotics end-of-arm tooling.
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Dan Kara is Vice President, Robotics Group at WTWH Media where he chartered with driving the company’s robotics and automation initiatives including the Robot Report and Robotics Business Review online portals, as well as the Robotics Summit Conference and Expo, the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum, and the RoboBusiness Conference & Expo. Prior to joining WTWH, he was Practice Director, Robotics and Intelligent Systems at ABI Research and Chief Research Officer for Myria RAS, both research and advisory services firms focused on automation, robotics and intelligent systems. Kara was also President of Robotics Trends, an integrated media and research firm serving the personal, service and industrial robotics markets, and worked as EVP of Intermedia Group, and Director of Research at Ullo International.
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