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ARM Institute Picks Team to Develop Virtual Reality to Help Manufacturing Workers Get Robot Credentials
The U.S. Department of Defense and the ARM Institute have chosen SimInsights, APT Manufacturing Solutions, and IBL Education to develop virtual reality for assessing robotics skills.

Robotics Leaders Look Ahead to Technology, Business Developments in 2022
More human-machine collaboration, a mix of specialization and generalization, and new robotics offerings are among the things that six experts predict for 2022.

ARM Institute Issues Project Calls for AR in Manufacturing, Endorsement Auditors
The ARM Institute is seeking project proposals to help the U.S. Air Force improve robotic manipulation and to evaluate education and training programs for robotics and manufacturing.

FANUC America and Manufacturing Skill Standards Council to Stack Certifications to Address Robotics Skills Shortage
FANUC America and the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council are working with Nocti Business Solutions to stack their certifications for certified production technicians and robot operators.

Geek+ Opens ASEAN Headquarters in Singapore to Meet ‘Logistics 4.0’ Demand
Mobile robot vendor Geek+ says its new regional office and R&D facilities in Singapore will help it to automate Southeast Asian logistics to meet regional growth in e-commerce.

ARM Institute Opens Fellowship Applications With the AIM Higher Consortium
The U.S. Department of Defense, ARM Institute, and AIM Higher Consortium are seeking applications for a one-year, $60,000 fellowship for an innovator in robotics for U.S. manufacturing.

Cobots in Classrooms: Universal Robots Gets Endorsements From Ohio Department of Education and ARM Institute
Universal Robots said its collaborative robots and educational curriculum have been endorsed to help train students and current workers for the future of manufacturing.

3 Reasons to Think Twice Before Transitioning to Industry 4.0
Manufacturers have many reasons to automate, but the general manager of Season Group warns that not every process is ready for Industry 4.0 initiatives.

AI Chipmaker Hailo Raises $136M to Expand Edge AI Systems to Meet Global Demand
Hailo says its Series C round is the largest in the edge AI chip space to date, demonstrating the exploding demand for AI processors for smart cities, smart retail, Industry 4.0,...

Automating the ‘Last Mile’ in Factories with Dexterous AI-Powered Robots
Despite pushing manufacturing and factories to be more automated, they are still currently very labor-driven, and unfortunately the labor shortage is real.

Robots Rise to Help Humans in Metalworking
The shortage of skilled welders can be mitigated by adopting robots for tasks that can still be supervised by humans.

Robotic Vacuum Impregnation Can Reduce Costs and Waste, Says Ultraseal International
Automotive manufacturers can benefit from automation to seal porous metal parts, minimize scrappage, improve sustainability, and reduce costs, says Ultraseal International.

The Future of Manufacturing Is Automated and Autonomous
Two experts in cloud computing and simulation explain how they see robotics, AI, and new supply chain thinking being essential to the future of manufacturing.

The Raymond Corp. Seeks Proposals for Supply Chain University Research Program
The University Research Program is in its fifth phase of accepting proposals for grants to discover innovative solutions for the material handling industry.

Connecting Service to Design With Digital Twins
Digital twin technology provides a bridge from design to service engineers in the field.



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