Anatomy of a Collaborative Robot

| January 18, 2017

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The following infographic is the latest installment of our collaborative robot series, which included Collaborative Robots 101, Collaborative Robot Safety, and Making Collaborative Robots Mobile. This infographic post summarizes what makes a cobot a cobot and how the technology is moving forward today!

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