Booth 231 in Hall B5 will feature an array of technologies and demonstrations highlighting how ABB’s robotics solutions can help users take their manufacturing, logistics and other operational needs to the next level of flexibility and resilience.
On display will be ABB’s unique portfolio of robots including ABB’s latest additions to its cobot family, GoFa and SWIFTI, connected application cells and autonomous mobile robots (AMRs). These technologies are playing a major role in the shift away from fixed production lines to flexible robotic cells, in response to unprecedented changes in consumer demand.
The on-stand demonstrations will enable visitors to experience the high performance of ABB’s industry-leading software solutions, which make programming and virtual commissioning easier than ever. ABB will also share insight on its strategy and expansion of complete application cells. Designed to significantly speed time-to-market and enhance flexibility, these solutions are helping businesses meet changing market needs.
A dedicated RobotStudio zone featuring virtual and augmented reality demonstrations will highlight how developments in software are helping to simplify programming and operating robots.
The demonstrations will show how the tools can be used to design, test and refine entire production cells in a virtual world, enabling users to avoid the time, cost and disruption that would be incurred in a real production environment.
Digital Trade Show
To ensure that non-attendees don’t miss out, ABB has created a digital trade show portal at https://automatica.events.abb.com/, enabling online visitors to view a virtual booth tour on 22 June 16:00-16:15 CEST (English) or 16:30-16:45 CEST (German), and book one-to-one meetings with ABB experts.
They will also be able to visit ABB’s Robotics Virtual Showroom, which includes all the products featured on the stand plus ABB’s complete portfolio of robotic solutions.