Industrial Robotics Solution

The use of robots is growing due to technological
advances that support an increase in the number
of applications. There are now robots for most
applications from materials handling to assembly.
In addition, there has been an improvement in
sensors, such as tactile and vision systems, that
increases the set of applications for robots and
makes them simpler to implement. There has
also been an increase in computing power, giving
robots AI capabilities.
Against this backdrop and at this stage of
development, OEMs, and system integrators
should investigate how they can facilitate more
adoption, more value, and further growth by
(providing solutions for) bringing additional
simplicity in three areas:
Simpler to apply
Potential end users will be increasingly likely to
envision use cases for robots as the choice of
robots and the talent with the requisite skill set to
bring the robots online becomes more available.
Simulation software can further close the gap
between conceivability and installation by helping
end users prove their design before committing to
the final investment.
Simpler to connect
Readily available industrial connections, simpler
integration of end effector, systems I/O, and
communication can make robotics easier to
implement within existing structures.
Simpler to run
Interactive or interconnected interfaces put
even complex programming tasks in the hands
of frontline operations, making factories less
dependent on expert suppliers and engineering
departments.

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