Friday, 7 November 2014

Rethink Robotics lets industrial robots work alongside people

The robotic revolution is very often less about replacing human workers than finding ways of working alongside them. That means being as flexible at doing tasks as humans, as well as being able to work with all the jostling and chaos that people take for granted. Rethink Robotics’ new Robot Positioning System lets the Baxter robot do factory work without being bolted to the floor, adjusting itself as it endures random bumps... Continue Reading Rethink Robotics lets industrial robots work alongside people

Section: Robotics

Tags: Manufacturing, Rethink, Robotics, Robots, Safety, Software

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