Robotic Industries Association
- MI, United States
- Tel: (734) 994-6088
- Fax: (734) 994-3338
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- Member Since 1900
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Robotic Industries Association publishes Robotics Online which provides information to help engineers, managers and executives apply and justify robotics and flexible automation. The site includes a proprietary search engine algorithm that makes it easy to find and compare leading companies, products and services. Robotics Online is dedicated to news, articles and information specifically for the robotics industry.
RIA members contribute content, serve as experts for “Ask the Experts" and guide the Association with input from committees and volunteers that help write robot standards and technical reports. Publications, including safety standards and risk assessment software, are available from the online bookstore.
Founded in 1974, RIA is the only trade group in North America organized specifically to serve the robotics industry. Member companies include leading robot manufacturers, users, system integrators, component suppliers, research groups, and consulting firms.
Robotics are being applied in increasing frequency in injection molding related processes
The Robotic Industries Association (RIA) selected a new chair in January 2010.
Robotics have an increasingly important role in maintaining a food supply that is safe, efficient and cost-effective. To gauge the
At RIA’s Robotics Industry Forum, Chris Thornberg of Beacon Economics offers a new type of prediction for the economy.
The robotics industry, like the world economy, is slowly emerging from the most trying economic times since the 1930s.
Material removal or press/machine tending: Which task is more dull and dangerous? Manufacturers often have had difficulty in finding people to fill these positions. With improved vision systems and off-line programming (OLP), manufacturers are increasingly investing in robotics to perform tending and material removal chores. “I see the overall acceptability of
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If you like “Future Weapons” on Discovery Channel then you’ll be interested in the MAARS Robot. Video included
Robotic simulation and off-line programming (OLP) are powerful tools for saving integrators and end-users time and money when designing a
Robots are among the most efficient machines available to manufacturers and can be part of any company’s strategy for green
Food applications are important to many RIA members. RIA caught up with Gary Ferguson for a Q & A session.
On the eve of major changes to robot safety standards, robot makers, integrators, and peripheral equipment manufacturers will attend...
I’ve been thinking and reading quite a bit lately about how robotics ties in with the big trends impacting our
I have just returned from Frankfurt, Germany, and a very successful meeting where the ISO TC184/SC 2 WG3 team completed their work on reviewing the technical content of the proposed new Part 2 of ISO 10218, the International Standard for robot
If Hollywood’s vision were correct, robotics in the future would represent a stark departure from today’s commercially available robots.
Robotics have become an element of mainstream production in heavy industry for decades, but flexible automation is rapidly becoming commonplace in laboratories and pharmacies. “Stäubli has seen an increase of activity in life science applications, especially in
In a few years we will be looking at a strong, resurgent economy, but will you be ready before that happens? The trick for all of us will be to recognize the bottom of the economic cycle and position ourselves to outpace our competitors in capitalizing on renewed customer demand. In
Considerations to Make Before Investing by Kevin Summers, Business Development Manager, Robotics/Automation, Miller Electric Mfg. Co., and Rob Ryan, Product Manager, Automation Group and Thomas Jaeger, Engineering Manager, R&D and New Product Development, Tregaskiss Ltd. Many
As the world reaches its peak of energy production along with increasing concerns about the health of our planet, manufacturers are looking at ways to be more environmentally friendly. “More products will become greener by using robotics to build them,” says, John Dulchinos, President and Chief Executive Officer of Adept
Concerns about the natural state of our planet have never been higher. Manufacturers are putting a considerable amount of thought into how to lower their impact on the natural environment while still supplying the goods that people and industry require. Investing in robotics is among one of several strategies that