ABB’s Yuri: A Collaborative Robot
Yumi is a collaborative robot (cobot) and is designed for small parts assembly. Cobots allow robots and humans to work side-by-side, which creates the most efficient work environment possible.
Wes-Tech Automation Solutions and FANUC
Wes-Tech is an automation solutions provider for the factory automation, automotive, and medical device industry. It is a “Top 100” system integrator and use robots like FANUC’s robotic arms to help factories reach a high level of automation.
Universal Robots Put on a Show
Universal Robots (UR) are a leader in the cobot world. As the first to introduce cobots to the market, UR has expanded its tool catalog working with end effectors manufacturers like Robotiq. It also has an online training platform for end users.
Universal Robots Move with the MiR Platform
The MiR is a mobile robot that introduces artificial intelligence combined with factory mobility. A MiR robot can guide itself around the factory floor to help deliver tools and robots where needed. Here the UR cobot is placed on top of a MiR robot to demonstrate its mobility.
NACHI Robot Can Dance
The NACHI robot here is auditioning as he dances to the YMCA. The lineup from NACHI Robotic Systems include advanced automated features such as force control functions and integrated vision detection to help create a safer workplace.
Yaskawa Doing the Heavy Lifting
The large scale Yaskawa robotic arm is lifting a 4×4 truck metal frame. Robots like this are mainstays of the automotive industry and are necessary to help handle large-scale parts. Yaskawa offers a lineup of robotic arms that range from small-part assembly to large-scale production.
FANUC Helps You Look Under the Hood
The FANUC robotic demonstration here shows how different robots can work together. One robot lifts the car and moves it into position for the smaller FANUC robotic arm to perform maintenance under the car. Both tasks are either impossible for a human or help prevent a human worker from injury.