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Are Cobots Ideal for Mobile Applications?

In this on-demand webinar you will learn how mobile cobots are helping manufacturers be more flexible and agile. We’ll discuss how, and why, adoption is being constrained and factors to keep in mind as you consider deploying mobile cobots. A recorded presentation with several application videos will be followed by Q&A.

The webinar presenter is Tim DeRosett, Director of Product for 鶹ýӳ Automation. Tim is a 20-year veteran of the automation industry, having specialized in bringing advanced technology solutions to manufacturing.

Presenters:
Tim DeRosett
Director of Product
鶹ýӳ Automation

Cobot Applications 101

In this webinar, 鶹ýӳ applications engineer Wesley Haug will discuss collaborative robot technology, various cobot applications in different industries, and other factors to consider when deploying cobots.

Specific takeaways include: characteristics of a collaborative robot and why they matter; factors that impact a good cobot application, and other aspects to consider including end effectors, vision, 3rd-party devices, fixtures and work tables. The webinar will also cover the importance of a proof-of-concept before launching the project.

Presenter:
Wesley Haug
Applications Engineer
鶹ýӳ Automation

Defining Touchpoints, Their Significance, and Impact on Laboratory Operations

Understanding and managing laboratory sample touchpoints is vital for optimizing workflows, minimizing contamination risks, and fostering a culture of safety and productivity within the laboratory setting. By identifying and addressing potential touchpoint challenges, laboratory professionals can enhance efficiency, reduce errors, and promote a seamless laboratory experience.

In this webinar, Jay Palmer with 鶹ýӳ Automation will discuss the multifaceted world of laboratory touchpoints, covering a range of topics including:

- Defining touchpoints
- Common touchpoint challenges and why measure them
- Technological advancements including how automation and smart lab solutions can optimize your laboratory operations

Presenters:
Jay Palmer
Director of Sales - Clinical Diagnostics
鶹ýӳ Automation

Enabling Process Automation in the Modern Laboratory

In this webinar, you’ll learn about basic cobot technology, how cobots can enable small to large instrument clusters, and automate assays, incubation, or cold storage, vastly improving capacity and quality. Robot ROI will also be discussed, as well as emerging technologies such as mobile robots in today’s labs.

Presenter:
Brian Powell
Director, Sales & Marketing
鶹ýӳ Automation


 

How to Optimize AMR Performance by Selecting the Right Collaborative Robot Manipulator

Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) have become increasingly more prevalent for picking applications across many environments including laboratories, warehouses and manufacturing floors, and the topic of optimization is key for every one of them.
 
In this webinar, industry expert Andy Balderson from 鶹ýӳ Automation will provide basic information about the mobile robot market, standards and challenges, then share several key factors for choosing the right collaborative robot manipulator:
•       Robot kinematics
•       Energy consumption
•       Controller interface
•       Battery life and runtime

Presenter:
Andy Balderson
Senior Director of Sales and Marketing
鶹ýӳ Automation

Laboratory Automation Overview & Trends

Whether you're new to laboratory automation or have years of experience, this webinar is sure to be time well spent. Hosted by robotics veteran Brian Carlisle, you'll learn about laboratory automation market size, emerging markets, various approaches to automation (total laboratory vs workcells), growth drivers and latest trends.

Presenter:
Brian Carlisle
Senior Product Line Director
鶹ýӳ Automation

The Value and Benefits of Direct Drive Collaborative Robots

In this webinar, Brian Carlisle discusses evolving technologies that make a direct drive solution increasingly practical and desirable for a variety of cobot applications. He also does a deep dive into the value, benefits and challenges of direct drive technology and direct drive elements such as torque coupling, encoders and brakes.

Presenter:
Brian Carlisle
Senior Product Line Director
鶹ýӳ Automation

What Makes a Robot Collaborative?

Collaborative robots have exploded in popularity over the last decade, now automating a wide variety of industrial and laboratory tasks. But the term “collaborative” robot is sometimes used incorrectly. If you’re just starting to automate, or even if you’re an automation expert and don't fully understand the intricacies of what makes a robot collaborative, this webinar will be time well spent.

Industry expert Brian Powell will explain industry standard ISO15066 which defines the three types of collaborative robots, various types of collisions, and factors affecting robot speed. Risk assessments will be discussed, and lastly, Powell will share how to determine if a collaborative robot is right for a particular application.

Presenter:
Brian Powell
Director, Sales & Marketing
鶹ýӳ Automation

Why Do Collaborative Robots Need Risk Assessments?

Collaborative robots are often referred to as safe, but then why are risk assessments still needed for cobot applications? This webinar brings together two industry experts to explore this topic. Brian Powell from 鶹ýӳ Automation will kick off the session with a discussion on various types of cobots, and differentiating features. Dan Gravelle with SICK, Inc’s Safe Productivity Team will then talk about six steps to a safe collaborative robot, applicable legal standards to be considered and why we need risk assessments and how they are conducted. Whether you’re a current cobot user or just looking to up your risk assessment knowledge, this free webinar will definitely be worthwhile.

Presenters:
Brian Powell
Director, Sales & Marketing, 鶹ýӳ Automation

Dan Gravelle
Digital Business Consultant – Safe Productivity, SICK, Inc.

Why Robotic Work Envelopes are Not Created Equal (and Why it Matters)

You may think knowledge of work envelopes and robot geometries is strictly for robot designers, but this information can actually be very helpful when implementing a robot. In this on-demand webinar, industry experts Daniel Chu and Darren Jacobs will explain the concepts of work envelopes, robotic axes and range of movement for industrial robots. They will explain different work envelopes and highlight the top three types. Lastly, presenters will discuss pros and cons of the various work envelopes and how they perform in various robot applications.

Presenters:
Daniel Chu
Regional Sales Manager, 鶹ýӳ Automation

Darren Jacobs
Eastern Regional Sales Manager, 鶹ýӳ Automation

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