Robotics industry leaders sit down with us at the RBR Studio.
While Universal Robots continues to dominate, other entrants show unique uses of cobots.
Autonomous vehicles, sensors, and virtual reality offered ways for distribution centers to optimize operations.
Building advanced robotic applications a goal for many companies displaying at the show.
Video interviews, big robots and a disruptive QA industrial inspection system highlight the third day’s events.
Navigation improvements and software updates help mobile robots improve productivity in warehouses.
Teachable robots, collaboration, and mobile connectors make some noise.
Company also announces new AI software to improve navigation for mobile robot fleet.
Automate 2019 announcements also include low-cost 6-axis model, updated LS Series.
Conveyor integration and a new mobile robot named Bolt helps to expand company’s mobile manipulation system for fulfillment operations.
Show focuses on automation integration and reaching attendees new to the world of automation, robotics.
Get the most out of your ProMat attendance by checking out these sessions and events.
PINC’s Matt Yearling gives us a preview of his ProMat session on the inventory management issues many companies are facing, and how autonomous aerial drones can help.
Interact Analysis’ Ash Sharma to present on the future of mobile robots at CRO Summit event.
At the CRO Summit at ProMat, analyst Nicholas Finill to discuss robotics integration with software, data systems and warehouse operations to improve flexibility on goods delivery.