EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September

    EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September
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    Cobots - Successful collaboration between man and robot: EMO Hannover 2019 showcasing robotic and automation solutions for manufacturers. ((14-03_Stäubli.jpg)) Division Manager Peter Pühringer with the new six-axis generation of TX2 robots, also on show at EMO Hannover 2019. Photo: Stäubli Robotics

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    Cobots - Successful collaboration between man and robot: EMO Hannover 2019 showcasing robotic and automation solutions for manufacturers. ((14-04_TU_München_Bernd_Müller.jpg)) A crucial and topical issue is how the CE process is handled when robots are used at different stations. Photo: Bernd Müller

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    Cobots - Successful collaboration between man and robot: EMO Hannover 2019 showcasing robotic and automation solutions for manufacturers. ((14-01_Pilz_BWM.jpg)) The more closely man and machine can collaborate, the more efficient robot applications will become. However, this involves increased safety requirements, as each application has its own individual safety aspects which need to be considered. Photo: BMW Group

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    Cobots - Successful collaboration between man and robot: EMO Hannover 2019 showcasing robotic and automation solutions for manufacturers. ((14-05_dax_Bild.jpg)) Human-robot collaboration (HRC) must rule out the possibility of injury in the event of a collision. In the future, intelligent gripping systems will also enable the handling of greater component weights. Photo: Dag Heidecker

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    Cobots - Successful collaboration between man and robot: EMO Hannover 2019 showcasing robotic and automation solutions for manufacturers. ((14-02_Schunk.jpg)) The Baden-Württemberg-based automation specialists are aiming to provide robot manufacturers and integrators with independently tested co-act grippers that can be used for rapid implementation and certification of collaborative scenarios. Photo: Schunk

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