Next-Generation Collaborative Robots & Automation Technologies Automotive Manufacturing 2016

Organization: LBCG

Venue: Andiamo - Riverfront

Location: Detroit, Michigan, United States

Event Date/Time: Aug 17, 2016 End Date/Time: Aug 18, 2016
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Implementing The Next-Generation Of Robotics & Automation Systems For Cheaper, Faster & More Profitable Manufacturing

The automotive manufacturing industry is no stranger to automation and robotics. However, what the industry is now witnessing is an influx of next-generation collaborative robotics and automation technologies - technologies that are going to be provided at a lower cost than what the industry is used to, whilst driving safer, faster and more profitable manufacturing and maintaining a solid life-cycle.

Automotive OEMs are actively trying to be innovative within the overall manufacturing process and adopting new automation technologies and collaborative robots, with  decisions focusing heavily on:

  • Cost : Making the initial investment whilst taking into account total life-cycle cost
  • Speed : Manufacturing quickly with current profit margins
  • Safety : Maintaining safety standards while implementing new technologies that push the barrier
  • Breaking Down Barriers : Reducing red tapes to drive some of the new technologies into the factories quicker

American Business Conferences proudly presents the fully OEM-led Next-Generation Collaborative Robots & Automation Technologies Automotive Manufacturing 2016, set to take place on August 17 and 18 in Detroit.

The two-day information packed agenda will deliver the latest OEM-led case studies to thoroughly assess the commercial application, integration and benefits of innovative collaborative robotic and automation technologies to drive them into factories quicker.

What Attendees At The Global Automotive Events (GALM) Have To Say:

"Concept directly in line with challenges I face everyday. Great to hear other OEMs/Tiers speaking about these issues " - Honda R&D Americas

"Good mix of talks and speakers and there was more technical content than I expected. This was a pleasant surprise. Resources and media were excellent " -General Motors

"GALM has grown to be a valuable conference for sharing information regarding lightweight materials for the automotive industry " - Toyota

"I was attracted by increasing my knowledge of material choice as well as discussing in depth issues such as cost. Good scope of presenters " - Bentley Motors

"Good combination of OEM and Suppliers " - Ferrari S.P.A


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