There’s a lot of excitement about what artificial intelligence (AI) can do in manufacturing. Depending on what you read – and choose to believe about what you read – AI-driven robots are able to autonomously make decisions about what work gets done, how it gets done and who does it – or there are decades of work yet to be done.
The French interactive design agency Nokinomo has given birth to Myro, the fun-loving robot. A successful candidate of the Innov'Up Proto call for projects launched by the Ile de France County Council, Myro made a splash at its first major appearance in June 2017 at La Villette's Grande Halle in Paris. The unique anatomy of...
Imagine a collaborative robot that knows where it is and what needs to be done. A collaborative robot capable of inspecting whether a part in your manufacturing process is complete and capable of jumping automatically to another task if it is not. A cobot that even reacts independently if an error occurs on one of your machines.
04. November 2016 /
by Universal Robots
Technology has always been a crucial driver of change in human history; the invention of the wheel, the steam engine, or the internet. Robotics and automation technologies will definitely be seen as a game-changer, even if the extent of change brought about is still to come. While robots have been used in industrial processes...