Sunday 5th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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EXHIBITION OPENS TODAY

The Robotics and Automation Exhibition opens today and is set to be the biggest and best yet. 100 of the world’s technology leaders will be showing off the latest in robotics, co-botics, AI and automated systems. Leading robotics users will be talking about their experiences in a packed conference programme.

EXHIBITION OPENS TOMORROW

The Robotics and Automation Exhibition kicks off tomorrow and is set to be the biggest and best yet. 100 of the world’s technology leaders will be showing off the latest in robotics, co-botics, AI and automated systems. Leading robotics users will be talking about their experiences in a packed conference programme.

Industry leaders to speak at Robotics Conference

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 full programme is shown below:

Launches and live demos at Robotics and Automation

One hundred world leaders will be showing the very latest in technology at the Robotics and Automation Exhibition in Milton Keynes next week – including a host of launches and live demonstrations.

Dematic talks innovation at Robotics and Automation

Integrated automated supply chain technology, software and services provider Dematic will be present at the Robotics and Automation exhibition demonstrating its solution at its stand and with a speaker session.

Denso launches two data collection devices

Denso, part of the Toyota group, has launched two Android data collection devices designed for a number of sectors including: retail, logistics, transport, production, field & sales force automation, and health.

Konecrane supplies Weserport with harbour crane

Weserport has introduced a new mobile harbour crane manufactured by Konecranes to replace the gantry slewing crane previously used to handle break bulk cargo and project loads at its terminal 1.