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Robotics Supply Chain: What impact has the Japanese tragedy?

The strong demand is continuing

In 2011 a further increase of robot sales between 10% and 15% is expected. The predicted forecast has been set up by the IFR prior to the recent tsunami in Japan and its substantial effects on the Japanese economy. During the IFR Industrial Robot Suppliers Meeting on 24 March in Chicago a threat analysis was performed with the knowledge of the participating robot suppliers from all over the world.

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Dr. Shinsuke Sakakibara as new IFR President elected

Lindqvist's time of office ended

The IFR Executive Board elected Dr. Shinsuke Sakakibara, Managing Counselor, FANUC CORPORATION, Japan, as the new IFR President. Dr. Sakakibara announced that he will continue to strengthen the IFR as the most important organization for the world robotics community.

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Joseph Engelberger Award presented to the retiring IFR President Åke Lindqvist

Honored for Leadership

Åke Lindqvist, IFR President, was presented the Joseph Engelberger Award for Leadership 2011 at the Gala Dinner of the International Symposium on Robotics on 22 March in Chicago.

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Highlights of CEO Round Table

Successful IFR CEO Round Table on "The competitive edge of robotics" at the Automate 2011 in Chicago.

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CEO Round Table discussion

The Robotics Competitive Edge

The IFR invited the international press to a CEO Round Table discussion on "The Robotics Competitive Edge" at the AUTOMATE 2011 in Chicago.

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Strong comeback of the global robotics industry

In 2011 robots sales will increase to a new peak level

The IFR Statistical Department presented the preliminary results of the annual detailed statistics for Industrial Robots on Tuesday in Chicago at the AUTOMATE. In 2010, with more than 115,000 industrial robots shipped, the number of units sold worldwide almost doubled - with 2009 being lowest year since the early 90's.

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President´s Report

The catastrophe in Japan overshadows all

The whole world is concerned of the terrible catastrophe and the consequences which are still not fully apparent. On behalf of the IFR community, I would like to express my deep sympathy to our Japanese colleagues. In these days our thoughts are with all Japanese people.

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International Symposium on Robotics ISR 2011

Conference starts on 21 March 2011

Join the ISR International Symposium on Robotics and learn from industry leading experts as they guide you and instruct some 22 sessions and 19 tutorials covering industrial robotics, the emerging service robotics field, cutting-edge research, machine vision, motion control and more.

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The demand for industrial robots will further increase in 2011

2010 was again one of the most successful years for robotics

"The robotics industry is looking back to one of its most successful years and is looking ahead with confidence to 2011," commented Åke Lindqvist, IFR President, based on the results of the IFR Quarterly Statistics on Industrial Robots on Monday in Frankfurt. "In all regions the investments in automation surged after the economic downturn in 2009!"

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President´s Report

The recovery of the global robotics industry - a never ending story?

During more than 30 years in the robotics business, I never saw such a strong and ongoing recovery of robot demand. In the first three quarters of 2010 the robot sales doubled compared to the same period in 2009, the result of the global financial and economical crisis. Already in 2010, we will be back on the peak levels of 2007 and 2008.

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