industrial robots in automotive sector

Detroit to host experts in automotive robotics trends

Tesla auto industrial robots

The US automotive manufacturing sector buys one in every two industrial robots, according to the International Federation of Robots. 

Therefore, being able to spot emerging the trends in the use of robots in the automotive industry is important to industrial robot manufacturers.

Robotics and Automation News is partnering with LBCG, a company which is organising a new automotive event, scheduled to take place in Detroit, mid-August. 

This event will essentially determine the total impact that high-tech innovations in automation and collaborative robotic technologies has on safety, production costs and manufacturing profitability in the automotive sector. 

The key themes for this event include:

  • Future Trends: identifying the diction of the industry
  • Collaborative Robotics: Find out what their applications are and current success with them to understand how to use them in manufacturing
  • Safety Standards: Address the issues of changing safety regulations 
  • New Technologies: Look at the impact that implementing new technology has across processes

The experts in attendance will include many C-level executives – chief executives, vice presidents, and directors from the following sector:

  • Automation
  • Robotics
  • Manufacturing
  • Engineering
  • Controls
  • Maintenance
  • Reliability 

Speakers, delegates and attendees will be from all over the world, with particular emphasis on the US, Europe and Asia. 

Contact sales[at]roboticsandautomationnews.com now to register your interest in the event.