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Automation Is a Recession Hedge, Say Speakers at ffVC Drones & Robotics Summit
October 16, 2022
Automation, including robots, drones, and autonomous vehicles, can not only provide efficiency but also resilience, said speakers at ff Venture Capital's event.
In a Post-COVID World, Experts Point to Automation
September 26, 2022
The manufacturing sector is experiencing a crisis. Post-COVID demand and severe labor shortages have pushed many businesses to their breaking point. But there is a light at the end of...
Belgian Traditional House Provides Tourist Attraction With Low-Cost Automation From RBTX
September 22, 2022
Who says automation has to be expensive? In Bruges, Belgium, the chocolate shop Roose’s Chocolate World has a robot called Chocomatic built at a bargain price. It packs chocolates...
5 Things to Consider Before Creating an Automated Vehicle System
April 5, 2022
Manufacturers of industrial vehicles should consider offering their customers automated vehicles. Systems such as forklifts or tow tractors could open a new revenue stream.
ePicker launches autonomous pallet mover
March 30, 2022
Partnering with Anantak, ePicker (Booth C7294b), a robotics company, has developed an autonomous pallet mover and is introducing it during Modex.
Flexible Palletizing System for a Labor Constrained World
February 15, 2022
What if you could get away from that large, centralized palletizer fed by a maze of fixed conveyor that too often seems in the way? A palletizing robotic system can...
Körber Acquires Siemens Logistics’ Mail and Parcel Business
February 10, 2022
Körber is acquiring Siemens Logistics’ global mail and parcel business to complement its supply chain automation offerings in response to growing e-commerce fulfillment demand.
6 River Systems’ Most Popular 2021 Supply Chain Events, Reports and Blogs
January 18, 2022
The calendar may have flipped to 2022 but, seasonality aside, the same supply chain challenges remain. Whether you’re struggling to increase operational efficiency, offset warehouse labor shortages, enhance the experience...
10 Industrial and Service Robotics Trends in the IFR’s World Robotics 2021 Report
October 28, 2021
Worldwide industrial and service robotics shipments began to recover last year, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the International Federation of Robotics' annual report.
Webcast: Robots Provide Scalability for Seasonal Demand
November 17, 2021 at 2:00 EST
Expert panelists in this "Hot Seat" will discuss how robotics and automation can help retailers and supply chains find a "new normal" in the face of accelerated demand.
Colleges Work with RIOS to Design Curriculum for Future Skilled Technicians
September 1, 2021
As automation becomes more prevalent, companies need a new breed of upskilled technicians to work on robotic workcells.
Automation, the Key to Solving Labor Shortages
August 25, 2021
An answer to the labor shortage resounds from multiple sources and industry experts, "automate, automate, automate."
Webcast: Collaborative Robots to Democratize Automation
September 22, 2021 at 2:00 EST
Panelists in this "Hot Seat" will discuss advances in collaborative robots and how they can help small and midsize enterprises.
Achieving Business Growth Through a Hybrid Technology Approach
August 6, 2021
In the rapidly changing and unpredictable environment we currently find ourselves in, agility and adaptability are two of the most common drivers when it comes to business transformation.
Eight Emerging Themes In Robotics and Automation
August 1, 2021
Here are eight key topics that RIOS has predicted and are now seeing unfold within robotics and automation.