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ABB Identifies New Frontiers for Robotics and AI in 2024

Gary Mintchell

First, I cannot believe that ten years ago I lost interest in robotics thinking the whole genre was mature and not interesting. Marc Segura, President ABB Robotics Division, identifies three drivers for robotics-driven AI solutions in 2024. Not to mention, ABB is celebrating 50 years of robotics innovation this year.

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3 ways ABB sees AI driving robotics innovation

Robotics Business Review

ABB says its robotics story started in 1974 with what it calls the “sale of the world’s first commercial, all-electric robot, the IRB 6.” ” In 2024, 50 years later, ABB’s robotics portfolio is stronger than ever with new industrial robot arms, collaborative robot arms, and autonomous mobile robots.

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AI revolutionizing industrial robotics in 2024: ABB robotics division president shares insights

Automation Mag

In a recent statement released by ABB, Marc Segura, president of the company’s Robotics Division identified three drivers for robotics-driven AI solutions in 2024. AI will drive new levels of autonomy in robotic applications Accelerating progress in AI is redefining what is possible with industrial robotics.

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Five robot trends for 2023

Control Engineering

Robot insights The International Federation of Robotics highlights several trends on the robotics industry and where the future lies. Robots continue to grow in manufacturing and non-manufacturing operations. The adoption of robotics helps to lower energy consumption in manufacturing.

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How robotics-as-a-service can help manufacturers with operations challenges

Control Engineering

Robotics insights The consumer packaging industry faces significant challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chain disruptions, and a worker shortage, leading to a need for increased automation. There’s a buzz around manufacturing and automation, but it’s not as widespread as you might think, but we need automation.

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Six industrial robotics trends for 2023

Control Engineering

Industrial robotics insights Robotics are being used more often in industrial manufacturing facilities due to a rising labor and skills gap and strong industry demand. Trends in the industrial robotics market include increased digitalization and automation and an emphasis on making robots easier to use.

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AI in manufacturing: Where it’s been and where it’s going

Control Engineering

Manufacturing AI insights The integration of AI into discrete manufacturing aligns with the concept of Industry 4.0, which is characterized by advancements in technologies like the industrial internet of things (IIoT) and robotics. Of course, this isn’t news to anyone in the manufacturing space.