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Industry Insights

Industry : Life Sciences Pharma Biomed Medical Devices

Robots and Healthcare Saving Lives Together

by Tanya M. Anandan, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 11/23/2015

Physicians, nurses and technicians are the superheroes of healthcare. But even Captain Marvel needs a trusted sidekick. Enter the robots.

How SMEs in the Know Win with Automation

by Tanya M. Anandan, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 10/26/2015

SMEs represent the majority of businesses that have yet to realize the advantages of automation and robotics.

Small Assembly Robots with Big Gains

by Tanya M. Anandan, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 09/28/2015

Our electronics are shrinking. Products are more customized. Product lifecycles are getting shorter. So what’s a manufacturer to do?

Robots, the Plastics Molder’s Best Friend

by Tanya M. Anandan, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 07/23/2015

Plastics molders’ best friends come in all shapes and sizes. One thing they have in common – they’re all robots.

Robot–Scientist Collaboration (and Separation) in Lab Automation

by Tanya M. Anandan, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 05/20/2015

Automation in the life sciences industry spans an array of applications, from medical device assembly and pharmaceutical high-throughput screening (HTS)

Calculating Your ROI for Robotic Automation: Cost vs. Cash Flow

by Tanya M. Anandan, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 03/19/2015

Your customers want it faster, better, cheaper. Your competitors are closing in. And the stakes are getting higher.

One and Only Automation Showcase for Robotics, Vision and Motion Control

by Tanya M. Anandan, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 02/26/2015

Automation is becoming a contact sport. No longer are the machines over there and the humans here.

Robotics 2015 and Beyond: Collaboration, Connectivity, Convergence

by Tanya M. Anandan, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 01/19/2015

One of the most transformative periods in the robotics industry is upon us.

Robotics in the Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Industry

by Bennett Brumson, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 07/06/2011

Robots in laboratory, life science and pharmaceutical applications perform tasks at rates beyond human capability. These robots function in potentially

Portal to Success: Update Multiple Robot Programs in a Minute or Less

by Brette Christe, Technical Writer

POSTED: 03/03/2010

Product variations, changes, and introductions are commonplace in manufacturing today. In response, many companies are choosing to use robots for

Robots in Medical Applications: How LOSTPED and Cartesian Robots Can Help

by Danielle Collins, Applications Engineering Supervisor

POSTED: 10/15/2009

From packaging and material handling to semiconductor fabrication and automotive assembly, virtually all manufacturing processes incorporate some type of linear

Intelligent Robotic Arc Sensing – A Comparison of Available Technologies

by Erin O’Shea, Lincoln Electric Automation Project Manager - Electrical Engineer

POSTED: 03/10/2009

The use of robotics in arc welding applications serves the purposes of decreasing cycle time and improving the quality and repeatability of welds. This is only possible when the weld joints themselves are consistent and repeatable. Unfortunately, due to inadequate tooling and part preparation, weld joints often deviate

Positive Action: One Robot Integrator's Unique Response to the Economy

by (staff interview with) Keith Wanner, President, RobotWorx

POSTED: 03/04/2009

RIA: How is the economy affecting the used robot market? KW: This is a good time to be in the used robot market. There are a lot of robots available from companies that are downsizing - newer models with fewer hours. At the same time,

What to do in a Recession

by Brian Huse, Director, Marketing & PR, Robotic Industries Association

POSTED: 01/02/2009

Is your company recession proof? Last year wasn’t so bad for some RIA members. Many had big months in the fall even while consumer spending dried up in the broader economy. One industrial cable company had a terrific October


by Brette Christe, Technical Writer

POSTED: 11/14/2008

If lean manufacturing is a goal, it may be a good idea to investigate automation solutions that integrate with business systems. This method combines a business’s network and software with machinery and automation equipment. The benefit of this approach is manufacturing systems that are easier to control and

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