Robotics

Best of bin picking at Automatica

Robot bin picking has been worked on for a number of years, and while it has been shown to be possible it’s only now that the technology is coming to fruition. Greg Blackman looks at what was on display at Automatica

Well-oiled machine

Keely Portway looks at the changing relationship between human and robot in industrial environments, and the latest vision innovations involved in bringing them together

Data-driven business models inspired by 3D vision

Data is now a fiercely guarded asset for most companies and, as the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, Framos’ Dr Christopher Scheubel discusses potential new business models based on 3D vision data, following a talk he gave at the Embedded Vision Summit in Santa Clara this week

News from VDMA Machine Vision, UKIVA and EMVA

Chinese automation from Anne Wendel, director of VDMA Machine Vision; Paul Wilson talks about self-driving delivery robots at the UKIVA Machine Vision Conference; and Thomas Lübkemeier updates on the EMVA's events calendar

Meeting automation challenges with vision-guided robotics

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Industrial robots can cut costs and increase productivity in virtually every manufacturing sector, but they have a major shortcoming - they can’t 'see'. Now a new generation of robots guided by advanced machine vision is taking robots far beyond the repetitive tasks typically found in mass production.

 

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