Collaborative Robots in Global Companies

| June 1, 2017

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Global companies have been embracing automation and large-scale robotic implementations for many years now. Traditionally, companies focused their efforts on high-volume, low mix production-the “sweet spot” for automation-and large-scale industrial automation was implemented wherever it made sense.

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