Sunday 31st May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Robotics and Automation hailed as major success

The Robotics and Automation Exhibition has been hailed as a major success after a second day which saw more big crowds of buyers attending the event at the Arena MK in Milton Keynes.

Bauromat innovation on show

Bauromat showed off its new product, the HiArc, an entry level automation solution for welding.

Technology to create bespoke solutions

L3 MacDonald Humfrey Automation highlighted the way it extends its customer offering with the use of virtual reality when it comes to bespoke solutions, while SP Technology showed a bespoke demo machine, the  eXtended Transport System.

Companies need to move on robotics now

Companies need to start working with the latest automation and robotics technologies sooner rather than later, Crystal Parrott, vice president for Dematic’s Robotics Centre of Excellence told a packed conference session at Robotics and Automation on Wednesday.

More robots mean more jobs, says Amazon

The rise in robotic technology does not threaten human jobs, Amazon’s regional director Jonatan Gal told logisticians at the Robotics and Automation Exhibition in Milton Keynes this morning.

Last chance to see the latest in robot technology

The Robotics and Automation Exhibition kicked off in Milton Keynes yesterday with big crowds of visitors all keen to see the latest technology that promises to revolutionise logistics. And the event continues today.

Robotics and Automation conference programme: Thursday

The Robotics and Automation Exhibition includes a comprehensive conference programme that includes presentations from industry leaders such as Amazon, Ocado and DHL, as well as innovators in robotics technology including ABB, SP Technology, Dematic, and Tharsus.  The programme for second day is shown below:

Packed house for Ocado presentation at Robotics and Automation

Alex Harvey, head of robotics and autonomous systems at Ocado, gave the keynote presentation to a packed house at the Robotics and Automation Exhibition in Milton Keynes this morning,  highlighting the opportunities and challenges of developing automated and robotic systems for grocery.