Register for the webinar here.
As anyone who’s reading this knows, the traditional robotic programming process can be manual, time-consuming and very expensive. The average cost of a robotic cell, over its lifecycle, is upwards of $350,000 – and programming accounts for some 75% of that cost (which amounts to an average of $262,500!).
On top of that, with the current technology labor crunch, it has become even harder for companies to find the experienced programmers they need, not to mention those who specialize in multiple robot OEM programming languages. Without the necessary talent and skills, companies end up having to accept fewer projects or lose revenue because they have to bill twice as many engineering hours to design a workcell.
Obviously, there needs to be a better way to do things.
We believe we have found a way to improve operations across the board. Our RapidPlan motion control and collision avoidance software enables industrial robots to function together in unstructured and collaborative workspaces, as well as to react to dynamic obstructions the instant changes are perceived.
We’ve learned a lot from working with our customers and partners the past few years, and felt that now was the time to pass along that knowledge. We’ve scheduled a webinar with the Association for Advancing Automation (A3) for November 17, 2022, at 10:00 am EDT, to share our thoughts and experiences around improving robotic automation.
In the webinar, our presenters, Matthew Somerville, Director of Sales, North America for Realtime Robotics, and Timothy Allen, Technical Product Training Specialist for Realtime Robotics will walk through how attendees can address some of the biggest inefficiencies in designing and deploying industrial robotic cells.
Several customer and partner examples will be highlighted as well, including a line builder that saved 82% of programming time on a project; a tier 1 automotive manufacturer who reduced cycle time in half; and a global automotive and industrial supplier that achieved almost double throughput.
The webinar is entitled “Correcting the Fatal Flaws of Designing and Deploying Automation,” and you can sign up for it here.
If you’d like to get a little taste of what you can learn from the webinar, check out this short video.
We hope to see you there.