Can robots transform your business?

If you’ve ever considered adding robots to your production line but don’t know where to start, then ABB’s Switch to Robots seminar could be exactly what you need. Taking place at ABB’s Milton Keynes training site on Tuesday 2nd July 2019, the seminar will provide a simple step-by-step guide to introducing robotic automation to the factory floor.

Starting with the question ‘how do you know if you need a robot?’, the event will cover the key aspects of developing, specifying and financing a robotic installation. ABB will demonstrate how to develop the right solution for your needs, and how to calculate the potential return on investment that can be achieved in different types of applications.

There will also be the opportunity to learn from the experiences of an SME manufacturer who has introduced robots to their factory floor, plus the chance to get hands-on experience of operating a robot in ABB’s Robot Training Centre. Nigel Platt, LBL manager for ABB Robotics in the UK and Ireland, said: ‎ “Our Switch to Robots event has been designed to help businesses identify whether a robot could be beneficial and explain the steps they need to take in finding the best solution for their requirements.”

To book your place, please visit http://bit.ly/S2R2019

ABB Robotics

Auriga House
Precedent Drive
Rooksley
MK13 8QP
UNITED KINGDOM

01908 350300

robotics@gb.abb.com

www.abb.com/robotics

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