Several awards for Universal Robots around the world
Universal Robots have ended 2017 and kicked off 2018 with several distinguished awards around the world.
Universal Robots China
At the 2017 GaoGong Robot Annual Industry Gala – some call it the “Oscar Awards of China’s Robot Industry” – Universal Robots China proudly received not just one but two awards at the recent industry gala which took place in Dongguan, China.
Universal Robots was awarded “Top Robot Company” and “Most Outstanding Contribution”.
These two awards come shortly after Universal Robots China also won a “Silver Award” for “Human-Robot Collaboration” at the annual China International Industry Fair (CIIF), one of the biggest and most influential industry trade shows in Asia, which took place at end of 2017.
Universal Robots Academy
Universal Robots Academy was awarded “Silver” in the category “Excellence in the design of learning content - international commercial sector” – ahead of IKEA and other big brands – at the Learning Technologies Award which took place in London at the end of 2017.
More than 18,000 users from 132 countries worldwide have signed up so far to become a robot programmer through our 9 online modules which are available in English, Spanish, German, French and Chinese.
Read more about the Learning Technologies Award here:
Universal Robots South Asia
Universal Robots South Asia – which recently also entered Bangladesh – proudly received the “Electronics Maker Award” for “The Best Robotics Company” at the annual award show held by the Indian Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) which took place in Delhi at the end of 2017.
Read more about the India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) here:
Universal Robots USA
Back to back wins for Universal Robots in Automation World’s “Leadership in Automation” as we also got the honor in 2016.
Automation World’s annual awards program is different from other awards as the “Leadership in Automation First Team Honorees” receive the recognition from an open-ended survey. This means that the respondents must use their own experience and enter the name of the vendor and not just choose from a preselected number of vendors. Universal Robots is an Honoree in the “Robotics” category.
Read more about the 2017 Leadership in Automation: First Team Honorees here: