Both large, existing robotics suppliers, as well as new, smaller firms, have rapidly introduced innovative collaborative robotics technologies into the market, and more are on their way. Unfortunately, this fast-moving sector makes for uncertainty for both end-users and developers of collaborative systems. This webinar will act to increase clarity, providing a snapshot of the current state of the collaborative robotics sector, including emerging capabilities, new applications and business models, and powerful enabling technologies, as well as a description of what to expect in the future.
This webinar was presented live on Thursday, July 23, 2020 Please click below to watch on demand One general trend among technology providers – including robotics companies – is the migration away from selling products to selling services. For some types of robotic firms, a business model that relies on largely on hardware…
This webinar was presented live on Thursday June 18, 2020 Please click below to watch on demand Collaborative robots are the fastest growing segment in industrial robotics – for good reason. They’re flexible, easy to program, and when compared to their “older generation” industrial counterparts, far safer and less expensive, as well as…
This webinar was presented live on Thursday May 14, 2020 Please click the link below to watch it on demand Bin picking comes in many shapes and sizes, from high payload automotive and heavy equipment manufacturing applications, to pick and drop e-commerce order fulfillment and part sortation applications. But one area with unique…
Tuesday March 17, 2020 2 PM ET / 11 AM PT Recent advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI) have enabled collaborative robots to precisely execute tasks in dynamically changing workspaces, enabling operations to run more smoothly, efficiently and productively. This webinar will define AI and demonstrate how AI-powered cobots can increase production, decrease cost,…
At RoboBusiness 2017, Universal Robots demonstrated how its collaborative robot arms can make it easier for factories to adopt and use automation. Its online marketplace and partnerships are designed to give its cobots flexibility for a variety of uses.
Universal Robots opens new 130,000-square-foot facility in Odense, Denmark, where all R&D and manufacturing takes place, that allows it to increase daily production to more than 150 robots.
The C-Bot robotic system, being created by FisioBot, consists of two robotic arms from RBR50 company Universal Robots, fitted with a 2-finger adaptive robot gripper by Robotiq.
Thailand sits in an enviable position to take a commanding leadership role in ASEAN robotics
The happiest guy in Gotham on that Tuesday evening will be Frank Tobe.
Each of these fascinating machines had a backstory about it that told much about the people who created them.
Universal Robots integrates with Danish metalworking company Stantraek, proves a good investment
Danish manufacturer of industrial robot arms, Universal Robots, wins Game Changer Award.
Building engines alongside humans, co-robots also provide ergonomic relief
Danish robot manufacturer Universal Robots has introduced force control as an integrated part of its software. The technology, which is usually an optional extra feature with other manufacturers, has opened doors to a new world of robot applications.
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The 8th annual Invention and Entrepreneurship Award in Robotics and Automation (IERA) was presented to Gino De-Gol, Robocoaster Ltd. and Esben H. Ostergaard, Universal Robots during the IERA Networking Dinner at the AUTOMATICA on Tuesday in Munich.