Types of robots you want to bring home

— 13 September 2022

With the cost of living going through the roof in recent months, we are likely all spending more time at the office trying to get ahead, not to mention all the other responsibilities we have in our lives outside of the workplace.


Robotic Welding Cell in MiIlitary Bases

— 28 February 2020

Automated fabrication processes such as robotic welding enable the military to use programmable tools to weld and handle parts. The use of robotics has proven to fill the gap left by the growing scarcity of welding professionals. Just like companies that use automation to achieve production and reduce injuries in the workplace, the military can adapt robots to ensure high-quality results as well as reduce the risks to people involved, keeping them safe. The continual advancements with…


Can You Lead Me to the Shoe Department Please!

— 18 January 2020

Retail companies have been using robotics and automation in their warehouses for decades. Traditionally developed to sort, pick and pack, robots are now being seen on retail floors assisting customers and stocking and scanning shelves.


Add Another Hero to the Medical Industry – Robots!!

— 27 December 2019

Nurses, surgeons, and specialists are the heroes of healthcare. Add to that array of hero’s yet another one – the robots! These robots strengthen the surgeon’s ability with precision and repeatability. They reduce waste, improve patient care and save on costs for the hospitals. Having robots in the medical industry provides technology developers with the opportunity to create new platforms. The level of computable and detectable information provided by this automation is proving invaluable.


Robotic Palletising = Perfection

— 14 November 2019

Manufacturing companies from various industries all over the world are beginning to understand the advantages of robotic palletising technology. Products such as bags, cartons, boxes, drums or trays can all be palletised rapidly, repetitively and precisely. Many factories and workshops today have automated their application with a palletising system.


Construction Industry In 2020 As Influenced By Robotic Automation

— 14 October 2019

While some may think robotic automation within the construction industry is a new development, it goes back thousands of years. While most of these technologies are no longer of use, some are still applicable to the industry. Today, improvements in robotics and software engineering have allowed a new wave of automation in the construction industry, with new developments and collaborations happening across academia, government, and industry.


Top 4 ‘Fabricated’ Tales About Robotics

— 14 September 2019

Since the dawn of science fiction films, robots are at the forefront. It captured people’s interests, real or imagined, although some believe that robots are here taking over the human race. There are many urban legends, but what is the top 4 fables or misconceptions?


Agricultural Automation... Yes Please!!!

— 14 August 2019

Agriculture is our oldest and still is, our most significant economic occupation, providing the food, feed, fibre, and fuel necessary for our survival. Robotics and automation are playing a vital role in increasing efficiency and reducing the cost of industrial production and products.


Robots Excelling In The Food Industry

— 14 July 2019

In the past decade, automation in the food industry has focused on bagging and packing. Fast forward to today, higher demand for quicker and more nimble machines prompted recent innovations. Newer technologies can work towards the front and middle of the production lines to provide rapid pick-and-place operations on individual food products.


Breakthrough In Environmental Protection

— 14 June 2019

Environmental destruction and climate change have long-lasting effects on the world and the way people live. The results of climate change become more dramatic as each year passes. As people, we are experiencing changes in temperature, and severe natural disasters are zooming across the world. Plants and animals are being disturbed by the changing climate, with fragile species at risk and crops vanishing in extreme heat and drought.