Robotics

Igus develops new robotic control software

Igus launches new software to improve the control and use of robots. It enables robots to be programmed and controlled with ease and also helps customers choose the robot that best suits the needs of their business. Igus, which has its UK headquarters in Northampton, has three low cost automation…

🕘 16/11/2020

DB Schenker brings its first logistics robot in the Czech Republic into operation

At its Contract Logistics site in Pardubice DB Schenker has implemented a new autonomous mobile robot (AMR). In the warehouse around 120 kilometers east of Prague the robot named MiR Hook 200 helps to detect and transport trolleys to make operations even more efficient. The robot comes from the…

🕘 23/10/2020

The robotic process automation (RPA) market is anticipated to be worth nearly £9bn by 2026 at a CAGR growth of 30%

The robotic process automation (RPA) market size is anticipated to reach £8.8bn by 2026 growing at a CAGR of 29.5%, states latest report by Polaris Market research. Requirement of businesses to eliminate human errors due to manual interference in processes along with reduction in time…

🕘 22/09/2020

TM Robotics now offers a new robotics consultation service

Electronics manufacturing has experienced extraordinary change. Responding to the shifting needs of the sector, TM Robotics has launched a new robotics consultation service to advise manufacturers on how automation can aid recovery and growth. Held with a TM Robotics automation specialist, the free…

🕘 25/08/2020

Aurrigo tees up autonomous world first at the Wales Open

Some of the world’s best golfers will be part of a global first demonstration when the European Tour rolls into the Celtic Manor Resort for the ISPS Handa Wales Open today. Golfers and their caddies will be among the first professional sportspeople ever to be transported in an autonomous…

🕘 24/08/2020

Robotic crate packing made easy with UniPAKer platform variations

Brillopak has developed its award-winning UniPAKer robotic crate packing platform with the introduction of single and triple-head versions of the system, following the success of its dual robot cells in fresh produce applications. The ability to incorporate one, two or three parallel arm delta…

🕘 06/08/2020

The White Company Selects Quadient’s CVP Everest Fit-to-Size E-Commerce Packaging System

Leading premium homeware retail brand, The White Company, is to adopt Quadient’s latest high speed fit-to-size auto-boxing system, the CVP Everest – a revolutionary packaging system capable of tailor-making over 1,100 e-commerce packages per hour. Quadient, a leader in helping…

🕘 29/07/2020

Foresight Williams doubles up with additional investment of £1.45 million into collaborative robotics developer Inovo

Foresight, an independent infrastructure and private equity investment manager, and Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) are adding a further £1.45 million from Foresight Williams Technology EIS Fund into Inovo Robotics. This investment will allow the Company to grow sales internationally and…

🕘 28/07/2020

MusashiAI and Musashi Seimitsu announce availability of a host of robotic parts and services

MusashiAI, a joint venture between SixAI Ltd. of Israel and Musashi Seimitsu of Japan (a Honda Motor Corporation affiliate company), is pleased to announce the commercial availability of its autonomous visual quality control inspector, autonomous forklift driver and disruptive mobile robots fleet…

🕘 27/07/2020

Yale innovates forklift design with fully-integrated lithium-ion solutions

The growing demand for alternative power solutions continues to drive evolution. This sparks opportunities to find new solutions and gains in product design. The new Yale ERP25-30VLL Series counterbalance forklift truck is engineered around an integrated lithium-ion battery, enabling space in the…

🕘 23/07/2020