Webinar

Collab with MiR - English

October 28, 2021 10:00 AM

INCREASE YOUR PRODUCTIVITY AND FLEXIBILITY WITH COBOTS // MAKE YOUR COBOT MOBILE AND USE THE FULL AUTOMATION POTENTIAL // MOBILE COLLABORATIVE ROBOTS ARE HERE TO STAY: SEE HOW THEY CAN INCREASE YOUR PRODUCTIVITY

1 hour English presentation with Universal Robots, Mobile Industrial Robots and Enabled Robotics.

Today, collaborative robots and autonomous mobile robots are used separately to automate and streamline production and internal logistics in SME’s and large companies worldwide.

Did you know that there is also a huge potential to increase productivity further by pairing them with technologies so that a mobile robot carries the robot arm around and increases its functionality? By integrating mobile robot arms with mobile robots, the cobot no longer has to perform tasks at a fixed and static location, but it can be automatically and safely moved around the company and perform different tasks at different workstations.

Universal Robots and Mobile Industrial Robots are global market leaders within collaborative robots and autonomous mobile robots, and Enabled Robotics has developed a solution that combines the two robots into a unified and integrated application that can solve several different tasks in the production. In this webinar you will get an introduction to the solution and practical examples on how to use a mobile cobot.

 

PRESENTATION ABOUT MOBILE COBOTS: HERE IS WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Brief introduction: what is a mobile cobot?
  • Demo of MiR and UR solution: How mobile cobots work
  • Inspiration: See actual examples of how you can use mobile cobots and increase your productivity

 

Sign up for our webinar Tuesday, October 28th from 10.00-11.00 and get an insight into opportunities to combine mobile and collaborative robots that can strengthen the productivity and flexibility of your production.

Ricky Søndergård

Enabled Robotics

Ulrik Jørgensen

Mobile Industrial Robots

Michael Hjertebjerg

Universal Robots

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