Join us for an exciting event featuring the latest collaborative robots from Doosan Robotics and other technologies.
Collaborative Robots or COBOTs can help you automate quickly, easily, and cost-effectively, with resources that bridge the gap with minimal effort. You gain all the advantages of automation so you can reinvest in growing your business. Existing employees can be moved to new, more valuable roles, which helps build morale and loyalty. And, you can start simply and move to more advanced implementations over time so you’re never stuck in one place.
Now’s the time to to these cutting-edge technologies. Experience their unprecedented performance with their easy-to-use interfaces.
Autonomous Mobile Robots or AMRs like the MiR500 are designed to automate the transportation of pallets and heavy loads across industries. With a payload of 500 kg, and a footprint of 1350 x 920 mm, MiR500 is a large, powerful and robust collaborative autonomous mobile robot.
You need to see these technologies. This will be a great time to ask your questions directly to our engineers so sign up NOW.
WHEN: Friday – June 14 (1:00 – 3:00pm)
WHERE: PROUD Automation – 325 South Main Street Pittsburg, PA 15220
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Clearing up Misconceptions of Autonomous Mobile Robots
We’ve all heard these before.
They are common myths surrounding the robotics industry.
Join RG Robotics and host Patrick Gross as he reveals the truth and debunks these popular misconceptions and more about autonomous mobile robots and examines how a mobile robotics platform can streamline warehouse and manufacturing operations.
Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) are truly part of the future of warehouse and manufacturing automation. Be among the first to learn how embracing Autonomous Mobile Robotics technology can grow your profits.
WHEN: Coming Soon
WHERE: Online – Wherever you are!
Perfect for: Plant Managers, Vice Presidents, and CEOs/Owners
Meet: Patrick Gross
Patrick is VP of Robotics and Automation and third generation of the Gross family to work at RG Group (“Gross” IS the “G” in RG Group!) which has been in business for over 60 years.
With an MBA, Management from Babson University, B.S. Business Administration from the University of Alabama and Executive Education at Cornell University, Patrick has worked with numerous companies throughout the region leading them in successful robotic deployments using the most advanced automation technology on the market.