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New Robotics Industry Directory Examines Green Manufacturing

Robotic Industries Association

ANN ARBOR, Michigan (June 8, 2009) – Green manufacturing is still a young trend that requires new thinking, and robots are coming into their prime just in time to solve issues related to environmental responsibility – a topic explored in the new, 2009 Robotics Industry Directory. Copies are shipped free to qualified subscribers who visit Robotics Online. Bonus distribution starts with the International Robots, Vision & Motion Control Show, June 9-11, 2009, in Rosemont (Chicago), Illinois.

2009 Robotics Industry DirectoryPublished with environmentally friendly ink on recycled paper, this members-only Directory from Robotic Industries Association has 214 listings. It is filled with unique information about top makers of robots and accessories. Included is a one-of-a-kind “User’s Guide to Robot Systems Integrators.”

“This is a real ‘Who’s Who’ of the industry,” said Brian Huse, director of RIA’s marketing and public relations. “It (the Directory) has companies with 10, 20 and 30 years or more of membership in the Association. Some of the people listed are legends who developed the current state-of-the-industry, and every page leads you to a member that can deal with today’s business concerns.”

Copies of the Directory are available upon request through Robotics Online (a request form is available in the Free Resources section). Members can download a PDF of the Directory from their Robotics Online Member Control Panel.

Why focus on green manufacturing? “Robots play a pivotal role in the manufacturing process of everything from solar cells to the blades on wind turbines,” said Huse. “On top of that, they help companies improve quality and efficiency which reduces environmental impact from things like waste, re-work and energy expenditure.”

Economic development departments and governments around the world can use robots to gain an edge in their efforts to achieve leadership in renewable and alternative energy. Part of the economic growth in this new green era will entail high-technology jobs including robotics.

Robotic Industries Association publishes many resources to help today’s business leaders innovate and automate. From the printed Directory to Robotics Online to sessions and exhibits at the International Robots, Vision & Motion Control Show, options are many and convenient. Go to www.robotics.org for more on green manufacturing articles, RIA member listings and news about industry events and new products.

About RIA
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, systems integrators, component suppliers, educators, research groups, and consulting firms. RIA is renowned worldwide as the sponsor of the Joseph F. Engelberger Robotics Awards, co-produces the biennial International Robots & Vision Show and Conference plus many regional events, and is secretariat of the ANSI/RIA R15.06-1999 Robot Safety Standard. RIA is the sole source of North American robotics industry statistics which are included in the World Robot Statistics published by the International Federation of Robotics. RIA also is publisher of the industry’s leading Web portal, Robotics Online.

Contact:   
Brian Huse
734/994-6088

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