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Highlights

+++ IFR: WR Report 2020: Record 2.7 Million Robots Work in Factories Around the Globe +++ CNBC: Scientists make artificial skin for robots +++ IFR: Robots help to fight coronavirus worldwide +++ Bloomberg´s Noah Smith: The U.S. has forfeited leadership in robot industries +++

High demand for “Robotics skills” in post-Corona recovery

Education and training urgently needed for the automated economy of the future

Frankfurt, Aug 06, 2020 — By 2022, an operational stock of almost 4 million industrial robots are expected to work in factories worldwide. These robots will play a vital role in automating production to speed up the post-Corona economy. At the same time, robots are driving demand for skilled workers. Educational systems must effectively adjust to this demand.

Complete Human Robot Collaborative Production Line with T-Skin in Qisda

Effective Solution for Electronic Company

Aug 04, 2020 — In order to address the safety concerns of the industrial robots in Qisda’s human-robot collaboration manufacturing line, Touché Solutions provided a complete HRC safety solution – T-Skin. T-Skin can reduce the risk of collisions between humans and robots by its “contact-stop” feature.

Increase in small-batch production productivity using robots

The case of Company N - bridge metal structures manufacturer that uses ABAGY robotic service to reduce costs

Jul 20, 2020 — Production as a service enables to start with robotics without capital investment in equipment and the need to develop competencies in robotics. It offers transparent costs of production and On-the-fly robots control with ABAGY software. The customer will only pay for the actual work done (meters of weld seam, or area of painted surface). ‍

President’s Report by Milton Guerry

Impact of Coranavirus

Jun 30, 2020 — The IFR Committees recently gathered in a series of virtual meetings. These conversations replaced our regularly scheduled meetings during the automatica tradeshow, which would have been last week.

Blog

Topics and Definitions

Industrial Robots

The IFR’s use of the term “industrial robot” is based on the definition of the ISO: an “automatically controlled, reprogrammable multipurpose manipulator programmable in three or more axes”

Service Robots

The International Organization for Standardization defines a “service robot” as a robot “that performs useful tasks for humans or equipment excluding industrial automation applications”

Robotics Research

The IFR fosters links between the robotics industry and institutes. Our members engage in an intensive exchange on new technologies and emerging robots at the International Symposium on Robotics ISR

Position Papers

Information and IFR opinion on topical issues regarding robots and automation

Case Studies

Case Studies of Industrial and Service Robots. Robots in action can be found everywhere. Robot Manufacturers give examples of robot applications in different industries

Standardization

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is the worldwide federation of national standards organizations. Standards concerning robots are prepared by ISO Technical Committee 299 with the title “Robotics”

Events

Automate Forward

March 22- March 26, 2021

Automate Forward is the automation industry’s premiere virtual trade show and conference

automatica sprint

June 22- June 24, 2021

Messe München is expanding the automatica portfolio in summer 2021 with a compact, new event format

INNOPROM 2021

July 06- July 09, 2021

INNOPROM is an International Industrial Fair held in Ekaterinburg annually since 2010.

ISR Europe 2021

July 06- July 09, 2021

The International Symposium on Robotics will be hosted for the first time at the INNOPROM show in Ekaterinburg, Russia.

TAIROS 2021

August 18- August 21, 2021

The Taiwanese robot exhibition will be located at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1&2

RobotWorld 2021

October 27- October 30, 2021

RobotWorld, which is the biggest specialized robotics exhibition in Korea and will be held during 27 – 30 October 2021.

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