Robotic Industries Association
- MI, United States
- Tel: (734) 994-6088
- Fax: (734) 994-3338
- Member Since 1900
- Robotic Internal
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.
Teams with university and corporate backing are finalists in international robotics competition with a U.S. $1.6 million purse.
RIA, in conjunction with National Provisioner, cover the basics of using robotics for meat processing (February 23, 2010) 2 PM
Free webinar covers state of the industry for renewable energy; business opportunities for robot and automation companies.
Parallel robot built entirely from FESTO parts is creative way to show versatility of their products.
A new market study from Robotic Industries Association examines the opportunities for automation in food processing and packaging in India.
U.S. car makers carried a bad rap for years but things are changing. And so are robots and vision.
What's greener? A flowerpot made of cow droppings or a robot that eliminates waste.
Today, President Obama will announce that Ron Bloom will serve as the Administration’s Senior Counselor for Manufacturing Policy.
A newly formed partnership for collaborative safety between the Robotic Industries Association and safety partners such as PIAB Vacuum Products has been announced. The partnership seeks to advance robot and machine safety through participation in this year’s National Robot Safety Conference XXI, October 26-28, in Dearborn (Detroit, Michigan).
The RIA Board of Directors is seeking nominations for two-year terms beginning in January 2010. There are openings for four suppliers and one user this year. People interested in running should contact Jeff Burnstein, RIA President, at email@example.com or 734/994-6088 for details on the responsibilities of an RIA
Jeff Burnstein, RIA President wrestles with how to make business use of social networking advances. He invites you to attend the upcoming Robotics Industry Forum presentation by James Spellos who will share real-world examples of how companies have taken advantage of the opportunities created by social networking.
Is the robotics industry ready to embrace Twitter? Take the poll on Robots in America.
RIA’s 21st Annual National Robot Safety Conference Examines the Latest in Standards, Technology and Products
Registration is now open for the Robotics Industry Forum in Orlando, January 20-22, 2010 at the Buena Vista Palace Hotel
Roadmap to the future. Amazon linked to robots. What an interesting time for robotics.
If pent up demand is ready to help the economy break out of its funk, ATI Industrial Automation is in a position to help customers make up for lost time. A good cross section of users, suppliers, integrators and engineers gathered in Orion Township, Michigan, and were treated
FANUC to reinforce industry-leading CNC portfolio; GE to continue global investment in industrial automation & process control systems, software solutions...
Adrien Treuille, an assistant professor of computer science and robotics, specializes in real-time computer simulation techniques.
North American based robotics companies saw orders for new robots decline 36% in units and 47% in dollars.
The pogo stick, once just a springy toy that helped kids hop a few inches off the ground, has evolved.