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Seegrid partners with Bell and Howell to expand service support for self-driving industrial vehicles
Bell and Howell to service autonomous pallet trucks and tow tractors for Seegrid customers across North America.

Robotic Industries Association announces new alliance with OSHA, NIOSH
Alliance aims to enhance robot expertise within OSHA and NIOSH, improve awareness of workplace hazards of traditional industrial robots and emerging collaborative systems, and identify needed research.

Pack Expo Las Vegas expected to eclipse records
Show producer PMMI projects record attendance and exhibitors, outlines new and returning features.

IDTechEx research explores how mobile robots will transform materials handling
From forklifts to mobile picking robots to automated last-mile delivery, new technologies will either perish or they will reshape the industry.

A3 fall conferences to offer insight into latest automation, strategies and networking
Conferences will provide in-depth training in robot safety, motion control, vision systems and collaborative robots to spur manufacturing growth and the creation of entirely new categories of jobs.

Year in Review: Top materials handling news in 2016
For all the political turmoil across the globe, 2016 was by all accounts very good for the supply chain, which saw acquisitions, investments, technological advancements and record growth.

Manufacturing Skill Standards Council issues 2015 Edition of National Standards
MSSC released today its national skill standards for front-line work in advanced manufacturing and logistics.

Global robotics sales set new record
Study shows double-digit growth in numerous markets; one of five robots sold went to China.

RIA to host International Collaborative Robots Workshop
Event in Silicon Valley, September 30, 2014, to feature prominent guest speakers from academics, suppliers and industry leaders.

New robot safety standard approved
Systems can now be designed with a direct exchange of materials between humans and robots.

Research center focuses on robotics for human safety in materials handling, manufacturing
The University of North Carolina Charlotte (UNCC) is the only center focused on robotic technologies for human safety in the material handling, manufacturing and healthcare industries.

Alabama Robotics Technology Park to educate and train in robotics and automation technology
Three-phase project will provide in-depth training on all aspects of robotics, including safety.

Robotics Industries Association to introduce robot safety standard draft at annual conference
Attendees at RIA's National Robot Safety Conference XXII will get a first look on how coming changes will affect companies.

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