cobot

cobot

(COllaborative roBOT) See collaborative robotics.
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The white paper, titled "Adaptive Robots and the Future of Industrial Automation," outlines the progress from the first industrial robots of the 1990s, ideal for tasks involving repeated trajectories, to that of the collaborative robots (or "cobot"), integrated with safety features able to protect humans from hazards in the environment.
The safety features, as well as the benefits over other robots to perform certain light-duty tasks, is driving the adoption of collaborative robots (Cobot's) across the ROS market.
- Artificial Intelligence Contributes to Advances in Cobot Performance
For companies that want to produce high-quality products, provide an optimal working environment for employees and simultaneously boost output and revenue, cobot technology could be the answer.
Under a campaign headline of 'Hire a cobot worker from PS29.99 a day', the company will make robot hire more accessible than ever before.
Schunk's Co-act EGL-C long-stroke gripper is designed for use in cobot (human/robot collaboration) applications.
While a cobot's claim to fame is that it can work safely alongside humans without additional caging equipment, OEMs and end users have learned that may not be the case for all applications.
Reeco provides customers with eight different cobot solutions, comprising screw and bolt fixing, picking and placing, riveting, dispensing, polishing, electronics and gluing.
With the cobot cell working up to 16 hours a day, five days a week, FT-Produktion can now manufacture 150,000 units in less than two months.
Once a cobot receives an assignment from the robotic control system, it travels to the pick location.
That such "cobot" was put in place by Lanatex, a Danish supplier of plastics and rubber for industrial applications.
Mary Ellen Bates (mbates@BatesInfo.com, BatesInfo.com) is in search of a yardwork cobot.