Tuesday, 1 July 2014


Almost 34,500 visitors for four days from more than 100 countries along with 731 exhibitors from 42 countries were recorded at AUTOMATICA in the year 2014.
KUKA itself could likewise brag noteworthy figures at the leader reasonable for mechanical autonomy and computerization: roughly 1,200 m2 of display space, in excess of 70 KUKA robots on presentation all through the fair, 12 true applications with the delicate lightweight robot LBR iiwa, 30 members in the KUKA Innovation Award and incalculable discussions with clients.

In Munich, from 3 to 6 June 2014, everything spun around mechanical technology and robotization. At AUTOMATICA 2014, KUKA introduced another measurement of apply autonomy in an astounding stall idea, the point of convergence of which was human-robot cooperation with the lightweight robot LBR iiwa. An extent of uses from modern and administration mechanical technology welcomed guests to straightforwardly communicate with the robot.

Beside the fundamental corner was another swarm puller: the KUKA moiros stall, which showcased the portable idea study comprising of a KR QUANTEC robot, a KUKA omnimove stage and independent route software. What's more, the presentation of the first KUKA Innovation Award for creative advancements in mobile manipulation additionally moved a lot of consideration. The group from the University of Zurich took home the prize.

Industrial robotics market is expected to grow exponentially, as per the research report that is on reportsandintelligence.com. The report included all the major drivers and restraints in coming years.

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