Aerospace and the Military Push New Robot Capabilities

October 29, 2019 - 2 pm EDT
Boker's Inc
Proto Labs
maxon

The US military is expected to spend more than a billion dollars in the next five years on robotic research and deployment. Commercially, the aerospace industry is scrambling to fill billions of dollars of backlog. One of the obvious solutions for both: intelligent, connected, traditional, collaborative and autonomous robotics.

Over the coming years we are likely to see significant advances in robot capabilities due to the investments in robotics from the military and the aerospace industry. This webinar will delve into some of the potential uses, applications, technologies, and innovations and that is offered by military and aerospace robotics and automation.

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