Collaborative robots won't necessarily take away humans jobs; they will assist in worker productivity, company growth and much more.
Artificial intelligence and robots have the ability to help workers in the construction field improve productivity, enhance safety, and much more.
The hospitality industry is adopting artificial intelligence to enhance guests experience, safety, security, and service while staying at hotels.
Manufacturers have developed solutions to keep human workers safe from the potential risks collaborative robots bring on the plant floor.
USC researchers have built robots that can 3D print complicated shapes without compromising on quality or accuracy.
Success of robotic applications requires putting the right robot with the right application. Learn more from system integrators from the webcast, “Robotic applications: What robots should and shouldn’t be doing,” including collaborative robots, motion, pitfalls, and more.
There are concerns about service robots, but a majority of them regarding design, automation and safety are inaccurate.
Robotics, although still under the control of humans, are becoming a more frequent option in health care for assistance in surgeries and other medical treatments.
When should a robot be used for what industrial applications and why? Learn from and ask your questions of expert speakers. Share your challenges in a live webcast poll. A PDH credit is available for this RCEP webcast.
Collaborative robots, artificial intelligence and Industry 4.0's potential can help cut operation and manufacturing costs for healthcare companies.