Sunday, 26 April 2015

Pan-Robots could streamline operations in factories

No good deed goes unpunished and that goes double for robots. They may improve manufacturing efficiency, but an improvement in one place often shows up a glaring inefficiency somewhere else. In an effort to help supply logistics keep up with robotic manufacturing, the EU's Pan-Robots project is working to create warehouse robots that are faster, more efficient, and safer than both manual operations or current robotic systems... Continue Reading Pan-Robots could streamline operations in factories

Section: Robotics

Tags: Cameras, EU, Europe, Forklifts, Manufacturing, Robotics,Robots, Warehouse

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