It used to be that manufacturing robots were kept in cages, programmed by specialists, and often used only for a single task. Today collaborative robots are being used by manufacturers to automate tedious and dangerous jobs, while improving productivity. These robots, which can work alone without supervision, are providing a true man-and-machine interface; however, this close connection requires enhanced safety considerations and operator training.
This one-hour Technical Webinar from the editors of Tech Briefs Media shows how collaborative robots can be integrated into a manufacturing process without sacrificing safety and efficiency.
An audience Q&A is included.