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Upcoming Webinars


  • Robots: Working to keep Food and Employees Safe
    Food manufacturers must embrace ways of producing sanitary products, while ensuring that employees work in an environment that meets social distancing guidelines. Join us to learn how robots help bridge the gap, enabling the safe and sanitary production of food products while working side by side with their human co-workers. 
    October 21, 2pm ET

  • Reasons You Can’t Afford Not to Automate
    The global economy is changing. The pandemic has stressed supply chains. Skilled labor is becoming scarce. Safety and employee well-being are increasing priorities. And a new generation of workers have new skills to offer and demands to be met. We’ll look at these reasons and more that companies are choosing to adopt automation in this state-of-the-industry update. 
    November 4, 2:00 pm ET


Webinar Recordings

Browse our archive of webinars and video presentations.

Safe Robot Speed Systems


Learn about SICK’s safe robotics area protection systems, including the sBot Speed for Yaskawa robots and how these robot speed systems adapt robot operation to the respective position of the worker.

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Robotic Simulation, OLP and Digital Twinning


Presented by CENIT, a global leader in the development of 3D digital factory and manufacturing simulation software, this webinar will focus on “Digital Twin” in the context of Yaskawa automation solut

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Robot Data For Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics

Host: Matt Hartshorn, Josh Leath

We discuss how data from robots and connected machines work together to provide engineering and operations managers important intelligence about their production.

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Autonomous Robots for High-Mix Finishing Processes

Host: Robert Ravensbergen - Omnirobotic

Self-programming AI systems, leveraging machine vision and newly available parallel processing capability, can transform the existing industrial robots into automated process systems.

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Welding Advances in General Industry

Host: Panel Discussion

Join our roundtable of expert welding engineers (Van Pratt, Chris Anderson and Heath Lynnes) as we discuss recent developments for welding in general industry.

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