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Human-Robot Collaboration
(HRC)
Framework

Conference 2018

  1. Overview
  2. Programme
  3. Gallery
  4. Delegates
  5. Exhibitors
  6. Exhibition Opportunities


Collaboration between robots and humans is becoming increasingly important, as such, it is critical to take a second look at solutions for a new level of quality in human-robot collaboration, including the emerging need for robots to integrate seamlessly into human group dynamics, as well as identify collision risks and react automatically without stopping the production in a static environment, that would otherwise may cost a huge amount to the industry due to production stops, with discussion to evaluate human-robot collaboration applications, reviewing economic feasibility and rapid implementation of human-robot collaboration for industrial automation, manufacturing and fulfillment industries across Asia Pacific, Middle East, Europe and the region

HRC combines the strengths of humans and robots in a new collaborative model, leveraging from innovative human-friendly dual arm robot with breakthrough functionality that unlocks automation potential in industry. For companies considering employing HRC, it remains unclear how best to configure such a setup. As such, this conference offers a timely platform to review strategy towards possible advancements in HRC workplaces, including rapid implementation of HRC for industrial automation, manufacturing and fulfillment industries across Asia Pacific, Middle East, Europe and the region, as well as reviewing the economic feasibility of HRC, and evaluating the safety of collaborative capabilities of robot systems in workspaces shared with humans, including identifying collision risks and react automatically without stopping the production in a static environment, that would otherwise may cost a huge amount to the industry due to production stops. Therefore, companies that embrace the adoption of human-robot collaboration will be ahead of the curve and positioned to realize the efficiency and productivity gains by collaborative robots while enhancing worker safety and compliance.