Cobots are not just for large manufacturers or high-tech industries. They are also suitable for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). K.A. Gerardino explains how cobots will affect the future of SMEs.
By using digital twin technology, manufacturers can monitor, simulate, and optimize the performance of their assets in real-time, as well as test new scenarios and solutions before implementing them in the real world - By K.A. Gerardino.
This is your complete and comprehensive guide to offline robot programming (OLP). After introducing the topic, it addresses common misconceptions, the problems it resolves, benefits, and real-life examples of its successful implementation.
Computer or machine vision today has succeeded to a large extent in the attempt to mimic the human eye. Has machine vision replicated the ability of the human eye with all its complexities? Is this the end of the manual inspection? These are questions that cannot be answered with a simple ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ - By Milton D'Silva.
The advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a key game-changer across many industries. The leading approach to AI is machine learning, in which programs are trained to pick out and respond to patterns in large amounts of data. - By K.A. Gerardino.
The food industry is a big business. However, the lack of staff availability makes it next to impossible to take advantage of the opportunities that exist. There are even companies with orders and potential orders sitting on the table, as well as available factory space for additional lines and/or equipment - By K.A. Gerardino.