Collaborative robotics, along with their enabling and support technologies, is one of the hottest sectors in industrial robotics, and the fastest growing. Yet it is equally true that the number of collaborative robotics deployments are comparatively small in relation to other classes of industrial automation. Why the discrepancy? How can it be addressed and overcome?
NOISE AND UNCERTAINTY
Collaborative robots are still considered non-traditional among many companies, even as they become ever more normalized through use, extensive media coverage and new product introductions. Announcements of new cobot systems result in increased deployments, but they can also have the reverse effect of generating noise and introducing uncertainty. What is lacking are focused, vendor neutral, sources of information and guidance that speak to the entire process of cobot system review, selection, deployment and management.
ADDRESSING AN UNMET NEED
Collaborative Robotics Training Days sessions are designed to address this unmet need. Collaborative Robotics Training Days sessions focus on one topic and one topic only, the selection, deployment and use of collaborative robotics systems to provide business value. This approach stands in stark contrast to wide ranging digital and in-person focused broadly on manufacturing, logistics or other industries where collaborative robots are simply one class of automation among many others.
Collaborative Robotics Training Days sessions will provide attendees, whatever their cobot adoption profile, with the information they need to select, program, deploy and manage collaborative robotics systems. The use of cobots for various classes of application types, across key industry segments, will also be included.
Collaborative Robotics Training Days sessions focus on one topic and one topic only, the selection, deployment and use of collaborative robotics systems to provide business value.