Tuesday 21st Nov 2017 - Logistics Manager

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Robotics proves a hit with logistics professionals

The second day of the Robotics and Automation exhibition proved to be just as busy as the first as supply chain and logistics professionals took the opportunity to see the latest developments in the technologies that are set to change the industry.

Robotics exhibition is major success

The Robotics and Automation exhibition is proving to be a big success, with hundreds of logistics professionals visiting to see the cutting edge technology on show on the opening day in Milton Keynes.

Rolls-Royce and Google plan autonomous ships

Rolls-Royce, the aerospace and marine engine manufacturer, has signed a deal with Google to develop intelligent awareness systems that could make autonomous ships a reality.

The Robotics and Automation exhibition opens tomorrow

World leading robotics and automation suppliers are lining up to exhibit at the Robotics & Automation Exhibition which opens tomorrow (Wednesday 11th October) , and continues on Thursday 12th at the Milton Keynes Arena.

Investing in robots doesn’t have to be difficult, says ABB

ABB Robotics’, the robotics company and Robotics & Automation exhibitor, will be holding a seminar and workshop for UK SMEs on 28th November at its Milton Keynes site. The seminar is to explain why investing in robots “doesn’t have to be difficult”.

ABB to exhibit at Robotics & Automation

The upcoming Robotics and Automation exhibition, which takes place on 11th & 12th October 2017 at Arena MK in Milton Keynes, will have a range of compelling exhibitors, as well as seminar sessions packed with tailored insight to help attendees discover what the latest solutions could do for their business.

Robotics is becoming critical to logistics

One in five business leaders in transport and distribution expect automation to have a high impact with more than 30 per cent of jobs automatable, according to a report from the Royal Society of Arts.

BITO starts production of simple AGV

BITO has started production of LEO, its driverless internal transport system which does not require an infrastructure or complex installation.