PBC Linear, a Pacific Bearing Company and a global leader in linear motion solutions, continues to elevate its Factory of the Future Program with its newest venture, Applied Cobotics. Its mission aims to provide automation solutions by integrating collaborative robots (cobots), material lift systems, 3D printing, and other automation technologies into manufacturing systems. Recent events […]
miniPAL 2.0 features the enhanced UR10e cobot arm that increases the system’s payload to 27.55 lbs (12.5 kg).
Aim Robotics developed a software tool and four patent-pending robotic dispensing units that are electronically controlled.
FABTECH 2021 is the launchpad for innovative new cobot applications including heavy-duty water-cooled welding, hardfacing, plasma cutting and flexible machine loading.
The system uses a long-reach manipulator, with a three-axis robotic arm at the end, which works with a human operator to increase their dexterity and flexibility.
Rapid’s solution is the Rapid Machine Operator (RMO), a cobot specially designed and priced for machine operation.
The cobot welding system freed up workers to focus on more ergonomic, higher-value tasks such as fabricating and tacking.
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Ryu is expected to enhance technological collaboration with the parent company’s new business areas, while initiating more customer-oriented businesses to expand collaborative robot applications and advance robotics technology.
To demo the algorithm, the cobot helped put a jacket on a human, which could potentially prove to be a powerful tool in expanding assistance for those with disabilities or limited mobility.
Researchers investigate how to use training data from multiple companies without requiring participants to hand over sensitive company data.
Universal Robots also expanded its network of ActiNav Solution Providers, a vetted and select group of systems integrators.
The partnership will help validate and commercialize new robotic technologies.
The 3D time-of-flight depth sensor for AMRs and cobots offers a 360° x 60° field of view at 30fps.
The Danish startup develops Mimic technology that allows end users to record and save complex movements for cobots.
The market had a global valuation of $475 million in 2020, which will expand to $600 million in 2021 and $8 billion in 2030, with a projected CAGR of 32.5%.
Leading cobot experts will review most critical issues for the safe operation of cobots, including standards efforts, risk assessments, and safety technologies.
ActiNav combines real-time autonomous motion control, UR cobots, vision and sensor systems to automate bin picking tasks or machine tending applications.
Acquisition of industry leading mobile robotics website, together with Mike Oitzman continuing as Editor, strengthens WTWH Media’s robotics brand and serves as catalyst for future growth.
In addition to the integration and programming of a YuMi cobot, moveline also designed a pneumatic/mechanical device with two vacuum suction pads so that YuMi can insert the labels into the holder.