Manufacturer of high-quality headphones, beyerdynamic, increased factory productivity by 50% thanks to automating its production processes.
The Amazon Picking Challenge, set by global online retailer Amazon, challenged roboticists to create a robot that can pick and stow twelve products from a shelf, into a bag.
The top five markets for the supply of industrial robots have been revealed, accounting for 74% of total supply.
Global power and autorotation company, ABB, has announced the acquisition of GE’s global electrification solutions business in a deal designed to expand its access to the North America market.
Researchers at the University Paris-Saclay are teaching robots how to show personality and emotion through touch and other senses.
Clive Hickman, chief executive of the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), and Jeremy Hadall, chief technologist of the MTC, outline the business changes they expect to see over the next five years as a result of automation.
Manufacturers are increasingly likely to use or buy collaborative robots in their factories according to the results of a new survey.
Chinese garment manufacturer, Tianyuan Garments Company has announced that it will build a new automated clothing factory in the United States.
German car maker Audi is using for the first time a human-robot cooperation in its main plant in Ingolstadt for applying adhesive in final assembly.
South Korean manufacturing was shown to have the world’s highest density of robotics per worker, according to report by the Bank of Korea.