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North American Q2 Dip in Robotics Orders No Cause for Panic, Notes A3
September 8, 2023
North American robotics orders dipped in the first half of 2023, but the Association for Advancing Automation's president remains bullish on long-term prospects.
North American Robot Orders Drop for a Second Quarter, Reports A3
August 31, 2023
North American robot orders declined for the second quarter in a row, as non-automotive and automotive purchases evened out and unemployment remained low.
Canada Robotics Sector Stays Close to Manufacturing, Finds HowToRobot.com and A3 Study
July 12, 2023
Canada is home to numerous robotics integrators and suppliers, most of whom serve manufacturing, but healthcare and energy are increasing in importance, found the study.
HowToRobot Partners With A3 on Study That Finds Robots Are Expanding Beyond Factories in the U.S.
July 5, 2023
A significant number of suppliers are providing automation technologies to diverse sectors beyond traditional manufacturing, a new market study shows.
What Is the MassRobotics AMR Interoperability Standard?
June 11, 2023
The MassRobotics Interoperability Standard is different from VDA 5050 or other efforts to get multiple models of mobile robots from various vendors to work together.
Top 10 Noteworthy Robotic Systems at Automate 2023
June 8, 2023
Automate 2023 highlights included a skin-like add-on for industrial robot arms, high-paylod cobots, and a new wireless charging system designed for smaller mobile robots.
Robot Safety Experts Outline Updates to Key Industrial Safety Standards
May 31, 2023
Robot safety standards organizations are working to keep up with the technology and industrial applications. Experts weigh in on where robotics standards are heading.
Roberta Nelson Shea Reflects on Role in Steering Development of Robotics Safety Standards
May 30, 2023
Roberta Nelson Shea spoke with Robotics 24/7 to talk how the robotics safety standards have evolved and the work that needs to be done to update them.
Machine Vision Is a Boon for Robot Mobility and Safety
May 30, 2023
Machine vision and motion control systems have improved and are essential to ensuring robot mobility and safety, according to several technology and industry experts.
Automate 2023 Shows Renewed Focus on Manufacturing, Partnerships, and Data as a Differentiator
May 26, 2023
Automate 2023 featured hundreds of exhibitors, and Robotics 24/7 spoke with many of them, as well as attendees and speakers to cull the latest manufacturing trends.
Roberta Nelson Shea of Universal Robots Receives Engelberger Award for Her Contributions to Robot Safety
May 25, 2023
Roberta Nelson Shea received the Engelbarger Award for Application at Automate 2023 for her contribution to global robotics safety efforts across her 40-year career.
Robot Sales in North America Increase by 12%, Reports IFR
May 24, 2023
The International Federation of Robotics noted that the automotive industry has driven demand for robots across North America in 2022, followed by electronics and metals and machinery.
North American Robot Orders Slow After Record 2022, Reports A3
May 16, 2023
North American robot sales softened in Q1 2023, according to the Association for Advancing Automation, which cited a slowing U.S. economy as a likely cause. Automotive orders rebounded.
A3 Announces 2023 Joseph F. Enbelberger Robotics Award Recipients
March 8, 2023
The Association for Advancing Automation has named Universal Robots' Roberta Nelson Shea and its own Jeff Burnstein as receipients of the 2023 Engelberger awards.
North American Robot Sales Set New Records in 2022, Says A3
February 10, 2023
The Association for Advancing Automation reported that North American businesses ordered 44,196 last year, up 11% over 2021, with automakers driving over half of sales.