Robotics for all
At the opening of the virtual Hannover Messe, Dr. Kristina Wagner, Head of KUKA Group Research, Prof. Dominik Bösl and physicist and author Ranga Yogeshwar discussed the future of automation live in the KUKA Messe studio in Augsburg. In the coming years, more and more people will be working with robots and new technologies. Automation and artificial intelligence (AI) are making their way into more and more areas.
In the coming years, more and more people will be working with robots and new technologies. Dr. Kristina Wagner, Head of KUKA Group Research in conversation with author and science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar.
Mission 2030: Easy access to automation for all
Here, simple operation of robots and a low entry threshold can help make automation available to all. To this end, KUKA is developing an easy-to-use operating system and an entire ecosystem in the coming years. The operating system will be the basis of an entire ecosystem, provide access to programs, apps, services or accessories, and be easy to install, operate and expand. At the Hannover Messe, the Augsburg-based automation specialist presented the first elements of this “Mission 2030“.
Ease of use of robots and a low barrier to entry can help make automation available to all.
Electromobility, Internet of Things and more.
Visitors can learn about new products and current topics, including e-mobility, digital transformation or new technologies for new areas, on a specially created, interactive KUKA platform – even after Hannover Messe. KUKA experts talk about the most important trends, report on customer installations and present the latest KUKA products.
At HM Digital Edition, participants in the KUKA Innovation Award 2021 will present their applications to an international audience of experts and to the jury, which will select the winner of the prestigious competition at the virtual trade fair.
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