Almost 4 years ago—on 19th January, 2016—the World Economic Forum (WEF) published a list of 10 core skills that one must possess to excel in the fourth industrial revolution. When this list was released, 2020 was certainly in the “future”, but now that we’re here in 2020 it’s time to get real with those robotics
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With the worldwide sales of industrial robots reaching a whopping 384,000 units in 2018, global spending on robots is at an all-time high. More and more businesses are relying on the use of robots for effective and efficient work. Despite how much we’re used to having robots at work, there are still some unexpected sectors
Industries have been looking for solutions for years that offer savings in time, cost and labor. The advances in artificial intelligence and robotics are happening very fast, managing to improve operational costs, speed, precision and output volume, thus providing a wide range of companies with these improvements. Flexible systems are currently offered that are associated
The Serbian-Australian-American artist Dragan Ilic, born in Belgrade, is the author of the D1-2K4 project, where the robot uses the painter’s body as a brush. Industrial robots generate movements with great precision since they program trajectories and adjust movements in real time, which is how the artist develops his work. One of the reasons why
With Singapore building a whole new town to test run robot buses and Yamaha launching automated bikes, self-driving vehicles are the talk of the century.
This time, the magic of music has been made by the artist born and raised in New Zealand, Nigel Stanford, and a group of Kuka Agilus six robots. The artist and engineer explores the combination of technology and music.
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.
Robots have redefined the way modern industries work. More and more industries are automating their processes to avail the benefits. Spain—with a robot density of 160 units per 10,000 employees— for example, benefits from industrial robots in its manufacturing industry, according to the International Federation of Robotics.
The evolution of technology and trends in SCARA robots has grown with the implementation of robotic factories in recent years, according to analysis and research work carried out by experts in the global robot market.
Currently, the demand for industrial robots has increased for the pick-and-place application. This robotic solution is characterized by its high precision, speed and versatility, especially in the food sector.