This Danish company develops lightweight industrial robots that streamline and most importantly automate repetitive industrial processes.
Arguably the UK manufacturing landscape is built up of traditional organisations that adopt conservative approaches to business, as opposed to modernisation. It was built by Takeo Kanade in Whilst momentum of the technology in manufacturing is slower to adopt than its physical cousins, it will only be a matter of time before implementation of the software accelerates.
Some notable developments in this stage are: The first robotic arm with motors installed directly into the joints of its arm. The robotics opportunity There is a huge opportunity for UK manufacturers to adopt robotics and artificial intelligence, but a key barrier to implementation is often a lack of understanding around how to effectively introduce these technologies into the business.
He also coined the term Universal Automation. Robots can replace certain jobs, but that doesn't mean they are going to take over the world. As we said in our podcast on Fridaythe more profitable our manufacturing base, the greater the dollars that circulate into the economy.
The technology can act as an additional employee in various disciplines throughout the supply chain, working between IT systems and the back office functions to carry out repetitive tasks, such as invoice processing and purchase management order, at a rapid pace.
Bin-picking is exactly what it sounds like: a robot arm is trained to pick items out of bins and used for tedious, time-consuming tasks like sorting bulk orders of parts.