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Although the automotive industry has been using robots for decades, the rise of collaborative robots or cobots has made automation more flexible and useful to small and midsize enterprises. Multiple industries can benefit from adoption or expansion of automation, but only if they understand their own processes and needs and can work well with partners.

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Robots, Reshoring and America’s Manufacturing Renaissance

Robots, Reshoring and America’s Manufacturing Renaissance

With Euro financial chaos raging on, China?s industrial engines slowing, and BRIC countries feeling a decided fiscal drag, the U.S., even with its economic rebound still limping along, is looking more and more like a manufacturing renaissance is unfolding?ever so...

Robots To Drive Era Of New Possibilities

Robots To Drive Era Of New Possibilities

New advancements in robot development are designed for safe human-robot cooperation. AUTOMATICA 2012 demonstrates a trend that has major implications for the factory/warehouse work environment.

Canon Cameras Betting On Robot-only Production

Canon Cameras Betting On Robot-only Production

Canon Inc. is moving toward fully automating digital camera production in an effort to cut costs ? a key change being played out across Japan, a world leader in robotics. Canon, the world's leader in digital cameras with a 20%...

Redwood Could Well Be The Apple, Inc. Of Robotics?

Redwood Could Well Be The Apple, Inc. Of Robotics?

Redwood Robotics is questing after one of robotics? most exclusive and elusive killer apps: robotic arms and hands. And by the look of the triumvirate it has assembled to pursue that challenge, it just might pull it off.