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Collaborative Robotics: state of the art, real applications and future developments


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Descrizione

Collaborative robotics represents one of the major changes in the way of doing industrial robotics, and more. The centrality of man, the design of work spaces and the organization of production tasks are radically different from the traditional system. Proximity, assistance with heavy and repetitive tasks, facilitating ergonomics, shared and interactive cycle times, are just some of the main aspects of hybrid processing methods. The man and the robot participate in the same tasks in the same space.

The meeting, addressed to production managers and automation managers, aims to develop a debate around these issues, through four different presentations.

Speakers include:

  • CNR ITIA, institute of the CNR specialized in industrial technologies and on automation issues.
  • Kuka, worldwide manufacturer of industrial robots and solutions for industrial automation.
  • Egicon, a company specialized in the design and production of electronic boards and systems for home automation, industrial, auto motive and lighting applications.
  • Bucher Hydraulics: international leader in the production of innovative hydraulic drives and controls for mobile and stationary hydraulics.
Agenda

14.15 Registration of participants

14.30 Introduction to the day – CRIT

14.45 New ways of designing human-robot interaction and safety – Federico Vicentini (CNR ITIA)

15.15 Real application cases and future potential of collaborative and sensitive robots – Albeto Pellero (Kuka)

15.45 Vision, robotics, inspection, testing: fusion of flexible “End Of Line” technologies – Lucio Madella (Egicon)

16.15 The benefits emerged from the use of sensitive robots and the obstacles encountered for their implementation in production – Christian Lehmann (Bucher Hydraulics) (intervention in English)

16.45 Questions and comparison among the participants

18.00 End of work

Luogo evento
Museo del Patrimonio Industriale - Via della Beverara, 123, Bologna su Google Maps
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