Discrete and Process Automation

Comau showcases the power of automation with new robots and new solutions at Automate 2024

30 April 2024

Comau, a global technology company, will be exhibiting at Chicago’s McCormick Place from May 6 to May 9, 2024, in Booth 4441 to present its digital-driven technology designed to accelerate deployment, increase quality and ensure sustainable productivity inside and beyond the smart factory paradigm. Held every other year, Automate features the latest in cutting-edge robotics, vision, motion control and related technologies. To represent their vision of the future, Comau’s theme for this year’s show is the “Power of Automation.”

Visitors will experience the power of perception-guided picking systems, vision-backed handling solutions,Source: ComauSource: Comau advanced arc welding systems and wearable robotics that help increase operator well-being during heavy and repetitive tasks. All of these solutions address the increasing shortage of skilled labor and the continued growth of automation, which is expected to exceed a growth of +10% CAGR 2022-2030.

In addition to these technologies, Comau will unveil a new generation of compact robots that specifically address the diverse needs found within automotive and non-automotive applications. To help companies save time, energy and resources, improving the quality of the production processes, Comau’s fully automated piece-picking and bin-picking solutions can be applied across multiple industries including warehousing logistics. The company’s upper and lower body exoskeletons will also be on display, and are designed to assist the wearer during lifting, bending and repetitive tasks to offer both muscular relief and reduced perceived effort. This is a concrete example of Comau’s steadfast commitment to workers’ wellbeing and to develop technologies that help companies achieve their sustainability goals.

Come see how Comau is applying its 50+ years of experience in automotive — one of the most complex realities in terms of processes, cycle times, flexibility requirements and the highest technology rate — to drive the power of automation within new markets and application areas that until now, have been largely inaccessible with traditional robotic technologies.

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