Future Hub | 16 Sep. 2019
Highly complex medical robots created through 3D printing
The innovative medical robot for cancer treatments of the future comprises numerous components, joints, and parts with varied material...
Industrie 4.0 | 06 Sep. 2019
Mobile robot automates semiconductor production
As a result of digitalization, demand for semiconductors is constantly rising, forcing manufacturers to boost their efficiency through...
Automation, Motion & Drives | 05 Sep. 2019
Powering future generations of robots
KOLLMORGEN Europe GmbH showcased its new, second generation of drives specially designed for use in robotics during a two-day partner event...
Industrie 4.0 | 30 Aug. 2019
Cobots need smart human colleagues
Human-robot collaboration (HRC) can only make economic sense if human employees are appropriately qualified, as researchers at the ifaa...
Automation, Motion & Drives | 30 Aug. 2019
Next-generation cobot technology
For many years, RK Rose+Krieger and the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechatronic Systems Design IEM have been working together on implementing...
Artificial Intelligence | 23 Aug. 2019
Asparagus and lettuce will soon be harvested by robots
A research team at the University of Cambridge has made a robot that’s fit for harvesting out in the fields. The Vegebot is slower than a...
Automation, Motion & Drives | 21 Aug. 2019
Bringing owls to...Austin
An interactive owl installation created using the know-how of igus GmbH is set to become a unique meeting place in the U.S. city of Austin.
Automation, Motion & Drives | 14 Aug. 2019
All in one diminutive footprint!
YASKAWA is expanding its ArcWorld range of turnkey robot-based shielding gas welding cells with the ultra-compact ArcWorld RS Mini and...
Automation, Motion & Drives | 07 Aug. 2019
Robots with green thumbs!
The team from the MASCOR Institute at FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences - winners of the HANNOVER MESSE Robotics Award in April - is...
Robotics | 23 Jul. 2019
Exoskeleton helps with assembly
More and more industrial companies, in particular car manufacturers, are investigating the use of exoskeletons in production. Initial field...
Robotics | 18 Jul. 2019
A robo-cop from Denmark is killing germs
The cobot rolls automatically through the hospital and disinfects its surroundings as it does so. The manufacturer was given the 15th...
Robotics | 12 Jul. 2019
Cobot picks parts from tool bin
In a technology study, companies Schunk, Roboception, and KUKA have investigated how collaborative robotics can be implemented in a...
Robotics | 04 Jul. 2019
The older the population, the more robots are in use
There is a direct relationship between the average age of the population and the industrial use of robots. This is the conclusion of a study...
Logistics 4.0 | 02 Jul. 2019
Cobot Hubert drives autonomously through the warehouse
In cooperation with three German companies, Chemnitz University of Technology has developed a driverless transport system that detects...
Automation, Motion & Drives | 26 Jun. 2019
Seeing hands make light work!
The Taiwanese robotics specialist Techman Robot was at HANNOVER MESSE 2019 to show how it became one of the world’s leading suppliers of...
Robotics | 22 Jun. 2019
Robots for vacation replacement
A German company has recently started renting out working robots. They can also be used as vacation replacements or in cases of illness.
Robotics | 08 Jun. 2019
Sepro and Universal Robots announce partnership
The French Sepro Group and Universal Robots from Denmark are now working together in collaborative robotics and industrial automation: the...
Robotics | 07 Jun. 2019
Human and machine work more efficiently together
Human or robotic teams - which are superior? The answer is mixed teams! They are more efficient and cause fewer accidents, as a research...
Robotics | 29 May. 2019
Demand for robots on the rise - except in the UK
Brexit - if it ever comes - is already casting a long shadow. As reported by the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), the number of...
Future Hub | 26 May. 2019
Cobots should take hold with more feeling
In order to ensure occupational safety, collaborations between man and machine require robots to gain improved tactile skills. That is the...