Industrial Robot Applications For Improved Productivity – RaaS Ebook Launched

Mitsubishi Electric Automation releases a new ebook on choosing the right industrial robots for a specific business. The book talks about the future of robotics in several industries.

Mitsubishi Electric Automation announces the release of its new ebook entitled, “How to Hire an Industrial Robot.” The book guides companies on how to choose the right robot for their industry and specific business, the common pitfalls to avoid when selecting robot models, and the different types of robots and their various capabilities.

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The newly released ebook demystifies the industrial robot industry, especially for companies looking to improve their processes through automation. Still, authors state that even while industrial robots are currently being used for mundane or dangerous tasks, there needs to be collaboration between robots and humans to ensure the success of any project.

According to the latest research on robotics, around 30% of manufacturing jobs in the U.S. will be automated by 2030. Experts further estimate that by 2026, there will be more than a million robots-as-a-service (RaaS) used worldwide in various industries.

As technologies improve, robot manufacturers can upgrade their systems to make them easier to program and deploy. Today’s robots are designed to be more affordable, capable, and flexible, with manufacturers now working on creating industrial robots that can handle delicate tasks as well, further expanding their usability.

The goals of improving machine learning technologies are to minimize human errors and to streamline certain processes. Industrial robots address several labor challenges and supply chain issues. As machines are able to adapt and learn intuitively, they can produce more consistent and reliable results.

Nevertheless, it is necessary that robots are managed by humans. The shift to machine-based jobs necessitates humans acquiring higher-level skills, particularly in management.

The new ebook says that it is not a question of if companies need to shift to robot technology, but when. It says that transitioning to machine-based learning technologies offers several benefits, not least of which is that there is no large, upfront capital required.

The new ebook offers a unique insight into the shifting robotics industry and what companies can do to prepare for the change and remain globally competitive.

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Release ID: 89028694