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ABB Releases Report Looking At State of Automotive Manufacturing

Gary Mintchell

This one from ABB Robotics looks into the global automotive supply chain. Almost all respondents (97%) believe that automation and robotics will transform the automotive industry over the next five years, with a similar number (96%) predicting that software, digitalization and data management will be equally significant.

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Mitsubishi demonstrates new robots and robotic solutions at robot roadshow event

Design World

Mitsubishi Electric Automation hosted its first-ever Robot Roadshow in late April 2024 to bring newly launched robots and robotic solutions to the Midwest.

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Dongfeng Motor transforms automotive production with ForwardX autonomous mobile robots

Robotics Automation News

Dongfeng Motor Corporation, one of China’s largest automotive companies, says it has “revolutionized” its production processes with the integration of ForwardX’s cutting-edge autonomous mobile robots (AMRs).

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ABB’s New Heavy Payload Industrial Robots

Automation World

The IRB 7710 and IRB 7720 are large robots designed for use in automotive manufacturing as well as in the electronics and construction/earthmoving industries.

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Watch Boston Dynamics’ Atlas humanoid handle automotive struts

Robotics Business Review

Boston Dynamics released a video showing its Atlas humanoid picking and placing automotive struts. The significance of the demo is that Atlas performs all of the object recognition using the robot’s onboard sensors. The Atlas humanoid has already wowed the world with its ability to perform dynamic parkour feats.

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The Impact of Robotics on Automotive Manufacturing

Robotics Automation News

The automotive manufacturing industry is one of the largest industries in the US, employing about 9 million people with $1.3 The bustling industry like automotive requires the use of robotic technology to reach higher productivity and efficiency. million in annual revenue.

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One Million Robots Work in Automotive Industry Worldwide – New Record

Metrology

The automotive industry has the largest number of robots working in factories around the world: Operational stock hit a new record of about one million units. This represents about one The post One Million Robots Work in Automotive Industry Worldwide – New Record appeared first on Metrology and Quality News - Online Magazine.