ArtiMinds Robotics GmbH (Germany) - On February 25 ArtiMinds Robotics explains in its free webinar how to implement demanding, future proof applications using e.g. hybrid programming. Because just like the capabilities, the fields of application for robots are becoming increasingly diverse: In addition to simple pick & place tasks, more complex process tasks that require a high precision and sensitivity need automation in order to save costs and increase process reliability and quality.
During the webinar "More than pick & place - how to implement sensor-based robot applications", ArtiMinds will show how to turn process experts into robotics experts with its Robot Programming Suite. Regardless of the type of application (with and without sensors), the programming skills available, or the robot manufacturer.
In a live demo, which is the main part of the webinar, participants will get an insight into ArtiMinds’ intuitive software that simplifies and standardizes the programming of applications with different manufacturers and hardware components - all without lengthy, expensive training.
The webinars shows the advantages that come with an online / offline programming that merges seamlessly. On top of that, it will be analyzed and shown how sensor technology can be used in this context.
The aim is to present how to integrate robots in existing processes and how to standardize the deployment and usage of robots from planning, programming to commissioning and maintenance.
Webinar "take aways”:
- Why one should rely on hybrid programming when it comes to sensor-based applications
- How hybrid robot programming works
- The benefits of a smooth transition from online to offline programming (real & digital robot become one)
- How to incorporate sensor technology into your automation
- What the benefits of the latest automation technology are
Moritz Rothe, webinar speaker and business development engineer at ArtiMinds, explains: "Companies are increasingly interested in automating sensor-based robotic applications in particular, as there is great potential here to save costs while increasing process reliability and quality. The webinar will show practical approaches and tips that matter in programming and implementation."