Teradyne’s industrial automation group saw a 2% decrease in revenue in Q3 2022 compared to the same time period last year.
MachineMetrics announced it released its connector that allows users to easily capture data from Universal Robots equipment.
Revenue declined slightly from the $103 million generated in the first quarter of 2022.
This week, we talk to Universal Robots VP of strategy Anders Beck about the features of the new UR20 Cobot.
Universal Robots is calling the new UR20 “the most innovative cobot we have produced.” Of course, the UR20 wasn’t built overnight. It’s taken UR 17-plus years to get to this point.
The UR20 features a 20 kg payload, 1750 mm reach and 30% more speed and torque when compared to other UR cobots.
Humatics joins the UR+ program and delivers a simplified solution to higher accuracy positioning of UR cobots.
The certified UR system adds up to four axes of motion beyond the UR cobot six axes, and embodies Festo world-class precision.
Certification guarantees compatibility with UR’s collaborative robots and compliance with specific quality criteria.
Developed by Universal Robots, PickNik Robotics and FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik, the driver is compatible across the entire line of UR cobots.
Teradyne’s industrial automation group grew its revenue 29% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2022 to $103 million.
The background for building a new joint headquarters is the explosive growth of both MiR and Universal Robots.
Extend Robotics’ AMAS lets users control robotic arms remotely from anywhere in the world. The system will be joining the UR+ ecosystem.
On the backs of Universal Robots and Mobile Industrial Robots, Teradyne’s robotics group increased revenues 34% in 2021
On the Fiat 500 electric car production line, some of the assembly processes and quality controls required the introduction of specific automation technologies to ensure the quality and repeatability needed to meet product standards.
To address labor shortages and long cycle times, New England Union Company deployed a UR10e cobot arm and ActiNav bin picking system to run untended all night long.
These recognitions will help schools immensely when they apply for funding to get cobots into classrooms, while also ensuring the courses they offer are recognized and wanted by the industries that employ their graduates.
On the backs of Universal Robots and Mobile Industrial Robots, Teradyne’s industrial automation group generated $91 million in revenue in Q3 2021.
Flexxbotics currently focuses on collaborative robots from UR and recently expanded into Europe.
Learn how UR+ approved products are tested and certified, and how the UR+ program is driving market growth into an increasing number of applications and supporting faster system integrations.
Led by Mobile Industrial Robots and Universal Robots, the group’s revenue increased 15% Q/Q and 57% Y/Y.
Universal Robots also expanded its network of ActiNav Solution Providers, a vetted and select group of systems integrators.