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ABB, Switzerland - IFR Robot Supplier member

IRB 1200: Entirely new small robot family from ABB addresses the needs of modern material handling and machine tending

With the introduction of the IRB 1200, ABB addresses the needs of the material handling and machine tending industries for flexibility, ease of use, compactness and short cycle times while still maintaining large working envelopes.

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COMAU, Italy - IFR Robot Supplier member

COMAU and sheet metal stamping - new skills for all-around automation

Already in the mid-70s, Comau, the leading Italian company in industrial automation, robotics and mechatronics, had developed specific robots to automate the handling of sheet metal in stamping lines, facilitating a significant increase in productivity and safety for the operators.

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Final Report: Record Participation

AUTOMATICA Shows Production of Tomorrow

  • 34,500 visitors from more than 100 countries
  • 731 exhibitors from 42 countries
  • Great start of service robotics
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Bluebotics, Switzerland - IFR Robot Supplier Member

BlueBotics ANT® - setting the trend in autonomous navigation

Creating market innovations with BlueBotics ANT® technology - that's precisely what the Swiss-based Stöcklin Group has succeeded in doing. For 80 years the Group has been a byword for smart logistics solutions that satisfy the most stringent requirements. Its 500 employees advise customers all round the
world.

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Panasonic, Germany - IFR Partner

The Panasonic welding robot TM Series - A new unique generation of robots

Panasonic Robot and Welding Systems Europe presents the TM Welding Robot Series, this being the all new and unique generation of robots. The TM welding robots have been developed to combine the benefits of the current TA and TB Series.

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Kuka, Germany - IFR Robot Supplier member

A new generation of robotics - The sensitive LBR iiwa lightweight robot from KUKA opens up new possibilities in automation and can work safely together with the human operator

The lightweight robot LBR iiwa - intelligent industrial work assistant - is on the one hand an intelligent helper for industrial tasks and additionally opens up new fields of application in service and medical robotics. It is sensitive, compliant, precise and flexible, and is equipped with mechanical systems and drive technology for industrial operation.

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Universal Robots, Denmark - IFR Robot Supplier member

Universal Robots presents the next generation of lightweight robots - Revised UR5 and UR10: Absolute Encoders and Adjustable Safety

Universal Robots, the Danish manufacturer of flexible industrial robot arms, is presenting today its third generation of the lightweight robots UR5 and UR10. Special features of the revised robot arms are the true absolute encoders, the eight new adjustable safety rated functions, twice the number of built-in I/O´s and the improved possibilities for connecting equipment to the control boxes.

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RIA, USA - IFR Industry Association

RIA to Present 2014 Engelberger Robotics Awards to Dr. Rodney Brooks, Dr. Rory Cooper and Dr. Vijay Kumar

The robotics industry's highest honor, the Engelberger Robotics Award, will be presented to Dr. Rodney Brooks, Dr. Rory Cooper and Dr. Vijay Kumar at a special ceremony on Monday, June 2 in Munich, Germany. The ceremony is held in conjunction with the joint 45th ISR 2014 and 8th ROBOTIK 2014 conference which are organized as part of AUTOMATICA, June 3-6, 2014 in Munich.

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RIA, USA - IFR Industry Association

North American Robotic Orders Record Second-Highest Quarter Ever in First Quarter 2014

The robotics market in North America posted its second-highest quarter ever in terms of robots ordered in first quarter 2014, according to new statistics from Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry's trade group.

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Schunk, Germany - IFR Robot Supplier member

7th SCHUNK Expert Days on Service Robotics 2014

There have never been so many market-viable service robotics applications - and never before such a sense of excitement in this market, until now. Google's broad-based entry into the fascinating world of innovative robots has finally made the technology world - along with potential users and investors - aware of this fascinating sector. 

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