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Automate 2017 Showcases Automation Technology, Staubli Unveils Latest Robotic Technology

Automate 2017 running from April 3rd through the 6th, and formerly known as the International Robots, Vision & Motion Control Show, is an event held every two years to demonstrate automation technologies for a broader array of possible industry uses. The Chicago based venue serves to showcase solutions-based technology such as latest in cutting-edge robotics, vision, motion control, and related technologies.

Considered the largest automation technology in North America, it draws in thousands of visitors from around the world looking for ways to enhance their processes, improve product quality, lower costs, and sharpen their competitive edge. It includes an educational conference for all skill levels.

Mechatronics solutions provider Stäubli is one of over four hundred exhibitors. The company unveiled its latest line of TX2 collaborative robots at the show, simulating a Smart Factory to demonstrate their Industry 4.0 capabilities and collaborative skills.

The TX2 line is compliant with the highest safety category, as well as excelling at every aspect of automation, which includes collaborative scenarios and high-volumes of manufacturing.

“The TX2’s pioneering safety features and clean, consistent performance improve productivity in every facet of manufacturing,” said Stäubli North America’s Robotics Division Manager, Sebastien Schmitt.