For many automation providers and end users, combining advanced sensor and compute capabilities with the needed hardware modularity and actuator versatility is a real challenge. The complexity and cost of meeting these requirements can complicate or even prevent adoption and integration of robotic systems.
Sure, industrial automation has been growing, but conventional levels of actuation flexibility are suitable only for basic, repetitive industrial applications. The vast majority of the total potential market for robotics — projected at $1.2 trillion by 2025, according to Myria Research — remains untapped.
During this webcast on actuator versatility, you will learn the following:
- How advanced actuation capabilities can play a role in enabling exponential growth for the robotics industry
- Why the introduction of a new class of actuator could surpass most existing solutions across vertical sectors and facilitate robotics applications such as collaboration and assistance
- How the combination of three technical discoveries by Genesis Robotics led to the development of LiveDrive, technology that integrates actuator versatility in design and is positioned to be a decisive robotics enabler