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Everything you need to know about your future co-worker
Michal Gurgul: Industrial robots and cobots

Industrial ​robots had been hiding in the dark corners of production halls for a long time and few people believed that they would ever leave them. Large, clumsy machines required a great deal of knowledge to be operated and programmed. Fortunately enough, collaborative robots appeared on the market a few years ago, and they were modern, intuitive and presented even better safety standards. They have been a trigger for a revolution that also made classic industrial robots more user-friendly.

Today you no longer have to work in a production hall to encounter a robot. Now you can also find them at trade fairs and shop windows. They will accompany you even more often while doing everyday tasks at work, and ultimately they will also enter our homes. I strongly believe that the robot programming will soon become a skill that will be required for many of us.
We have always wanted to have a mechanical helper to assist us with repetitive and tiring tasks. It is possible now,… (tovább)

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 2018

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218 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9788395251313
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216 oldal · ASIN: B07L7N7JG6

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