Robots are being used in many situations that involve collaboration with humans. The challenge now is how best to integrate them into the working environment.
Modern controllers have been designed from the ground up for a cyber‑enabled world.
2.5D vision adds depth perception and parts recognition for all leading robotic arms and can be mounted both on the robot wrist or externally.
To support public health during the pandemic, Singapore has become the first in the world to approve completely automated commercial drone flights over a city.
Research by an MIT economist puts a number on the job costs of automation in the USA.
After record investment in 2019, the robotics industry will find it more challenging in 2020 due to the global pandemic, according to ABI Research.
Queensland's Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Hub is offering expertise to help manufacturers meet supply needs during the coronavirus pandemic.
Although they are not yet operating autonomously, robots are nevertheless commonly used in the operating theatre today.
The AMAX-5000 series EtherCAT Slice I/O and Controller is designed with the smallest PAC in the Core i class, modular I/O and a PCIe communication interface.
Grasp classification system improves cobot interaction.
Unilever fully automated two production lines in Katowice where six collaborative robots now handle tasks related to the packing of tea.
These tough times are obviously a worry for many organisations, but it could also be a period of new opportunity for others.
A new ABI Research white paper identifies the short- and long-term impacts the global pandemic will have on industrial, collaborative and commercial robotics.