Tag Archive for artificial intelligence

Experience matrix production live in the KUKA SmartProduction Center

Experience today the production of tomorrow at the KUKA site in Augsburg. In the KUKA SmartProduction Center, the versatile and flexible matrix solution becomes reality. Different products can be manufactured on the same system – customized production is possible.

Humans and robots – side by side

Poor concentration and fatigue – never! Robots have always been seen by their human counterparts as reliable and indispensable “colleagues”. They are now increasingly handling the welding, bending, cutting, separation, transfer and storage of pipes and tubes. Thanks to artificial intelligence and machine learning, robots are set to become even more flexible and will eventually replace purely repetitive robots altogether.

AI in Manufacturing Industry Comes With AI in Designs

Manufacturing industry is in a transition stage taking big leaps towards digitization and automation; resulting in what we today call as Industry 4.0. Some of the aggressive users of robotic technology and artificial intelligence – something most players are still grappling to adopt in the manufacturing industry – see artificial intelligence the next big logical step for improving the productivity.

iRex 2017 – The Robot Revolution

The iRex 2017 was held in Tokyo to discuss the topic “The Robot Revolution Has Begun – Toward Heartwarming Society” and showcased the latest developments in the robotics industry with a special focus on subjects such as artificial intelligence, big data, and new communication strategies and networks.

FANUC at the EMO 2017 in Hanover

If there is a topic at EMO that has news value then it is certainly the FIELD System (FANUC Intelligent Edge Link and Drive System). Hosting an open platform for advanced analysis and deep learning applications to meet your production needs. FANUC presents technologies related to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the “Industry 4.0” for the entire spectrum of manufacturing automation and the FANUC product range.

The Future of How Things Get Made

As designs become increasingly computable, the ability and ease of making changes grows exponentially. At Autodesk, they are obsessed with harnessing the latest advances in AI to transform the way design works.