Podcasts

On the cusp of a robotics revolution

On the cusp of a robotics revolution

In this month’s podcast, we look at how new, low cost, safe robots are redefining the robotics market, heralding a new era in collaborative robotics. In particular, we look at the potential for low cost automation by examining the first £1000 industrial robot.

By June 8, 2015 Read More →
The growth of collaborative robotics

The growth of collaborative robotics

In this month’s podcast we look at the growth of collaborative robotics, investigate why it is essential to invest in robotic automation, and look at how use of robots will boost productivity by 30%. We also highlight a new seminar on robotic safety for integrators.

By February 10, 2015 Read More →
Collaboration and low volume processes

Collaboration and low volume processes

In this month’s podcast we look at market prospects for robotics in the automotive industry, the suitability of robots for low volume processes, and the industrial robots that will be showcased at the Hannover Fair in April.

By January 10, 2015 Read More →
Big rise forecast in the global robot population

Big rise forecast in the global robot population

In this month’s podcast we look at a report which suggests the global robot population is set to pass two million, and a further report that forecasts the industrial logistics robot market will top $31 billion. We also look at top tips for robotic safety.

By November 12, 2014 Read More →
Adaptive robot control with GPS tracking

Adaptive robot control with GPS tracking

In this month’s podcast, we look at adaptive robot control with 0.1mm accuracy driven by GPS data, we discover the reasons behind ABB’s move from orange to graphite white for its robots, and we look at the British company that’s developed its own range of industrial robots.

By September 9, 2014 Read More →
Industry 4.0; job creation; food manufacture; and grippers

Industry 4.0; job creation; food manufacture; and grippers

This month we look at the issue of programming robots within an Industry 4.0 environment, we highlight a new report that suggests robots are helping to create jobs in the electronics industry, we look at how robots are driving down costs in food manufacturing, and we look at a new, flexible gripping concept.

By August 5, 2014 Read More →
Plastics for robotic motion
Universal Robots UR5