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Robotics Solutions for Materials Handling Applications

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By Modern Materials Handling Staff
February 04, 2013

Manufacturing, warehousing, material handling, supply chain automation— companies far and wide are incorporating robotics solutions into their materials handling processes; gaining substantial increases in efficiency, reduced costs and an edge over the competition.

Join Dan Kara, Founder of RoboBusiness, contributing analyst to Robotics Business Review (RBR) and President of Electra Studios, as he discusses the very latest advances in robotic technology for a variety of material handling applications. He’ll also share success stories illustrating how these solutions are improving productivity and quality levels.

Are robots a fit for your materials handling operations?
Find out during this Webcast. 
Register today.

During this Webcast you’ll learn how the latest generation of robotics systems, which incorporate vision, mobility, autonomous navigation, complex manipulation and motion control, can be used in a wide variety of appliations such as picking, placing, order fulfillment, palletizing, depalletizing, loading, unloading and many other areas. 

Attendees will gain insight on:
  • Robotics vs. Hard Automation
  • New Technologies, New Products
  • Automating the Old, Automating the New
  • Success Stories

Can’t attend the Webcast? Register anyway! We’ll send you a link to the recorded session after the event.

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