Resolving the Labor Crisis in Manufacturing
June 27, 2019
12PM - 1PM ET
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
In this webinar, Universal Robots’ Senior Manager for the Americas, Joe Campbell will present a critical topic for all companies – the labor crisis in manufacturing. Joe will deliver detailed background and industry statistics to define the problem, and present automation strategies and case studies that will help companies fill key gaps on the shop floor, increase production and ROI, and attract new talent to manufacturing.
This webinar will be valuable to:
- Managers, owners, executives struggling to fill open positions in manufacturing.
- Production and manufacturing managers struggling to meet customer requirements.
- HR representatives battling the labor shortage and hiring challenges in manufacturing.
- Engineers and managers trying to justify investments in automation in a demanding financial environment.
Universal Robots is the market leader in collaborative robots. Since introducing the world’s first commercially viable cobot in 2008, UR has developed a product portfolio including the UR3, UR5, UR10, and UR16, reflecting each cobot’s payload in kg. Each model is supported by a host of plug-&-play end effectors, software, kits and accessories in the UR+ certification program, allowing for flexible redeployment of one robot into several diverse applications. Universal Robots is automating every manufacturing industry thanks to its quick setup and intuitive programming that allows frontline workers to become cobot operators and programmers. Headquartered in Odense, Denmark, UR operates out of US offices in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Long Island, New York, Dallas, Texas, and Irvine, CaliforniaClick Here for More
Senior Manager, Strategic Marketing & Application Development
Joe Campbell is a 40-year veteran of the robotics industry. After executive assignments in sales, marketing, customer service and operations, Joe is now head of Americas marketing and applications development for Universal Robots. He regularly speaks to industry groups, associations, conferences and state and local governments on the benefits of robotic automation.