Siasun Robot & Automation has become the first Chinese company to join the US Robotic Industries Association.
Siasun is said to be China’s largest robot supplier and integrator. By joining RIA, the company will gain greater access to the association’s members, partners and personnel.
It may also learn about new technologies and more support for any plans expansion in America. Continue reading Siasun becomes first Chinese company to join leading US robotics association
Comau is continuing on with its ambitious growth plan with the signing of two new partnership agreements in the US, and with the presentation of its industrial robotics and automation solutions at the World Robot Conference in China.
In California, Comau signed a partnership agreement with Valencia, California-based distributor Pacific Technical Products.
Since 1985, PTP has been a provider of industrial automation products and services, and specializes in industrial automation solutions. Continue reading Comau signs new partners in the US as it showcases its industrial robots in China
WesTec returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center September 12-14.
WesTec is a manufacturing forum presenting the latest in advanced manufacturing technology including precision machining, additive manufacturing and 3D printing, software and digital technologies, advanced materials, tooling and more.
Produced by SME and the Association For Manufacturing Technology, WesTec will showcase and provide hands-on interaction with the latest cutting-edge technologies, global industry leaders addressing the hottest topics and major manufacturing companies bringing their best products, technology and services. Continue reading WesTec returns to Los Angeles with a focus on the future of manufacturing technology and the workforce
The US auto sector “buys every second industrial robot” sold, according to a report by the International Federation of Robotics (IFR)
The US economy is one of the front-runners in the global automation race. By 2018, the number of industrial robots sold will, on average, rise by at least five per cent per annum, to a new record of 31,000 units (2014: 26,202).
About one-half of these will be installed by car makers and their suppliers. Viewed according to robotic density – meaning the number of industrial robots per 10,000 employees – the US automotive industry, with 1,141 units, already ranks third in the world’s national economies after Germany (1,149 units) and Japan (1,414 units). These are the calculations published in the report 2015 World Robot Statistics, issued by IFR.
Continue reading US auto industry buys half of all industrial robots, says IFR