Automation With An Ecological Impact

Smart factories also contribute to sustainability by offering efficiency, profitability, safety and effectiveness, designing factories with environments that are more beneficial to the health of both customers and their workers. Causing the least impact on the environment thanks to the use of IoT, data analysis, robotics, RPA practices and artificial intelligence/machine learning, etc.

Top 3 Medical Robots That Are Changing the World of Healthcare

Studies show that the medical robots market is predicted to generate approximately USD 24.6 billion by 2025. A key component of this growth is the large amount of investments made in medical robot related research. There’s also growing demands for the application of robots in minimally invasive surgeries, particularly for laparoscopic and orthopedic procedures.


One of the production lines with the highest demand for automation are assembly lines. Robots for the assembly line are a low-cost investment that meets the client’s needs, optimizing quality and affordability. Assembly robots generally maintain a continuous pace of work that is faster and more accurate than an operator can perform. They can be

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At the last Advanced Factories 2019 congress held in Barcelona, the world leader in the manufacture and application of KUKA robotic technology presented the latest innovations for Industry 4.0 in the different robotic systems, with the aim of optimizing the predictability and behavior of robots. Kuka presented a variety of industrial and collaborative robots, showing

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Robots are currently working in most operational and industrial fields, and many people are just waiting until the day comes when they’ll be replaced by these systems, but this type of thinking is incorrect. Manufacturers have made developments that have allowed robots and humans to work together as a team, generating greater benefits and competitiveness

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