Kuka has demonstrated a cloud-connected robotic work cell which it says represents “the next step towards the production of the future”.
Kuka recently showcased many of its technologies at the China International Industry Fair for the first time since joining the Midea group.
The company is promoting what it calls its “ready2_use packages”, which the company says offers “preconfigured, coordinated application packages that can be integrated quickly and easily into an existing production facility”. Continue reading Kuka demonstrates cloud-connected robotic machining cell
Kuka is determined to take advantage of its alliance with Chinese household appliances manufacturing giant Midea to become the largest robot maker in China.
Already one of the largest industrial robot manufacturers in the world, Kuka was taken over by Midea some months ago in a move currently being scrutinised by the European Union, which may change its merges and acquisitions policies as a result.
Such technicalities aside, Kuka is bullish about opportunities in China and has reportedly decided to double its production capacity in the country. Continue reading Kuka to double production capacity in China in bid to overtake ABB and Fanuc
The two companies say they will jointly develop Industry 4.0 solutions, while Kuka has established a new software company
Kuka and Infosys say they will jointly develop solutions to support companies embracing Industry 4.0.
Kuka is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of industrial robots, and Infosys specialises in software solutions for large businesses.
The aim of the collaboration is the development of a software platform that will allow customers to collect, evaluate and utilize data for improving their own processes. Continue reading Infosys to network all Kuka industrial robots in new global Cloud platform