22 October, 4.00pm – 4.30pm
Hall 2 Sandbox
For decades, robots were synonymous with large-scale automation in automotive factories worldwide. The last few years have seen the robotics industry moving towards an ability to handle smaller & lighter items with greater precision. In the factory of the future, it will be more efficient for robots to do precision work than ever in conventional factories of the past. By combining people’s unique ability to adapt with a robot’s tireless endurance for precise, repetitive tasks, it is possible to automate the assembly of many types of products on the same line.
Presenter: Darren Hung, Global Product Manager – Small Robots, ABB Taiwan