Tuesday, March 19, 2019
2pm ET / 11 am PT
The definition of the term “robotic” has evolved over time to reflect the change from fixed, robotics arms, to also include many other types of mechanical systems that sense, think and act in the physical world, now often autonomously. These same autonomous systems have also benefited from advances in hardware and software, as well as access to cloud based, distributed computing resources, becoming much more intelligent and capable with each passing day. Like the articulated arms that preceded them, these new classes of advanced robotics solutions and supporting technologies will have a great impact on the metal fabrication sector, and that impact is occurring now.
Topics covered in this session include:
- Collaborative Robots
- Motion Control Products and Technologies
- Mobile Systems
- Commercial Exoskeletons
- Cognitive Robotics (Applied AI & Machine Learning)
Vice President, Robotics
Filed Under: The Robot Report, Robotics • robotic grippers • end effectors
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