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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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ST Robotics Inc., based in Princeton, N.J., introduced its new Firefly industrial robot in November 2009. This release comes on the heels of a number of other announcements of industrial robots targeted specifically to small and midsize enterprises (SMEs), particularly...

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EPSON Robots, the global leader in PC controlled, precision robots introduced today the EPSON G-Series, the next generation, high performance SCARA Robots for our Micro Power Drive Controllers. EPSON G-Series SCARA?s provide the ultimate high speed, high precision performance results...