Rather than take jobs, robots can address HR concerns about recruitment, morale, and retention through safe collaboration and improved work environments, states a KUKA VP.
Safety considerations and additional programming work can benefit workplaces utilizing collaborative robot technologies.
System provides safer human interaction between humans, industrial robots.
Things to do before and after you deploy mobile robots in your warehouse or manufacturing facility.
Worker safety needs to be top of mind when considering adding robots to your warehouse operations. Here are some tips.
IMPROV toolbox helps power safe robots, avoiding contact with humans while getting tasks done faster.
Manufacturing engineers can start creating safer work cells for processes where industrial robots and humans need to collaborate.
Industrial robots have a good safety record, but manufacturers should be aware of standards and best practices, noted speakers at a recent RIA conference.
Unlike other collaborative robots, Productive Robotics’ OB7 has seven degrees of freedom and proprietary protocols for security.
On Dec. 5, Applied Manufacturing Technologies’ Craig Salvalaggio will discuss considerations for businesses planning to adopt or expand automation. Here’s a sneak preview.
ExRobotics, a Dutch maker of remote-controlled systems for the oil and gas industry, uses IDS products because of their cost and hardware and software capabilities.
Veo Robotics takes data from multiple sensors to make industrial robots more collaborative, adding value and flexibility to human-machine collaboration in manufacturing.
As robots spread quickly into multiple industries, the need for automation safety to be part of companies’ adoption plans also grows.