Robot sales increased 28% from Q1 of 2021, when North American companies purchased 9,098 units, to 11,595 units sold in 2022.
The Engelberger awards recognize leaders in robotics for excellence in technology development, application, education and leadership.
Nearly two-thirds of robots sold (6,302) in North America during Q3 were for non-automotive applications, according to A3.
The Robotic Industries Association reported today that North American orders of robot units for 2019 were up slightly compared with 2018, but overall revenues declined last year. The fourth quarter of 2019 posted the weakest numbers of the year, the association stated. For 2019, 29,988 robotic units were ordered, representing a 1.6% increase when compared…
Motion control is among the enabling technologies for commercial robotics to be discussed at the 2019 Robotics Summit & Expo. Attendees can learn from sessions and workshops, meet component vendors, and learn now new developments can help them.
Collaborative robots, mobile platforms, and the enabling hardware and software were all on display at Automate/ProMat, but what was new and noteworthy?
This week, the Robotic Industries Association named this year’s recipients of the Engelberger Robotics Awards. The prestigious awards recognize people who have contributed to the advancement of automation for the benefit of humanity. They will be presented at a special dinner at Automate 2019. Howie Choset will receive the award for education. As a professor,…
Even as the market for autonomous mobile robots grows, developers need to understand how they compare with other technologies and where demand is highest.