IDEC Factory Solutions Co., Ltd.
Collaborative Robot.com Free Webinar “Manufacturer Talks! Why AMR is Needed in the Electronics Industry” Held on Thursday, October 27 [Participation Applications Now Accepting]
The final key to improving productivity is automating transport operations using AMR. An engineer and sales manager from MiR, the global leader in AMR, will explain the background and case studies of how AMR is being introduced in the overseas electronics industry.
IDEC Factory Solutions Co., Ltd. (Ichinomiya City, Aichi Prefecture, President: Kiyotaka Takenaka), a robot SIer (system integrator) that operates collaborative robot.com, will hold a free webinar on Thursday, October 27, 2022.
The theme of the webinar this time is “The person in charge of a manufacturer talks! Why AMR is needed in the electronics industry.” We invited engineers and sales managers from Mobile Industrial Robots, a global leader in AMR, the manufacturer of AMR “MiR”, which our company IDEC Factory Solutions serves as an authorized distributor in Japan. We will explain the background of progress, the latest circumstances, and specific overseas use cases.
In addition, from the standpoint of a robot system integrator, our company, IDEC Factory Solutions, will supplement the points to be kept in mind when building an AMR system based on examples in Japan, while explaining the international standard ISO3691-4.
Collaborative Robot.com Free Webinar
Information on the webinar (online seminar) sponsored by Collaborative Robot.com operated by IDEC Factory Solutions. This time, we are co-sponsoring with Mobile Industrial Robots, a global leader in AMR. Do you know which industry will have the most robot adoption in the world in 2020?
Automotive industry? food industry? “No, it’s not.” It is the electronics industry (electronic machinery, electronic parts, devices, semiconductor manufacturing industry).
One of the reasons for this is that the range of tasks that robots can perform has expanded dramatically.
Robots are now used throughout the production process, including assembling parts, checking quality, packing and palletizing finished goods, and transporting parts and goods throughout facilities. On the other hand, despite the progress of robotization, compared to the high introduction rate of AMRs (autonomous mobile robots) overseas, the automation of transportation operations in the domestic electronics industry, especially in the back-end processes of semiconductor factories, is slow. The current situation is that it is not.
At sites where it is difficult to introduce conventional AGVs and overhead conveyors due to equipment layouts, the introduction of AMR to improve the efficiency and automation of inter-process transfer work can be the optimal solution to improve labor productivity. For this webinar, we invite engineers and sales managers from Mobile Industrial Robots, a global leader in AMR, the manufacturer of AMR “MiR”, for which we are an authorized distributor in Japan. We will introduce the background, the latest circumstances, and specific overseas use cases.
In addition, from the standpoint of a robot SIer, we will supplement the points that should be kept in mind when building an AMR system based on Japanese domestic cases, with explanations of the
international standard ISO3691-4.
We look forward to your active participation as this is a valuable opportunity to hear the knowledge of AMR manufacturers.
-Recommended for those who-
・Those who have trouble with material handling in the electronics industry (electronic machinery, electronic parts, devices,
・Those who are considering changing or automating an existing factory ・ Those who are considering building a new factory
・Those who want to know the trend of introducing AMR in the global electronics industry
Part 1: Why is AMR attracting attention in the electronics industry? ・The current position of automation in the electronics industry ・Examples of introducing MiR in the overseas electronics industry Part 2: Key points for a successful implementation
Part 3: Role of Robot System Integrators in Introducing AMR
・Introduction of our SI Japan domestic MiR introduction example ・The need and tips for safety measures in SI, including the
requirements of ISO3691-4
*The program is subject to change. Please note.
Date: October 27, 2022 (Thursday) 15:00-16:00
Lecturer: Satoru Kotai, Area Sales Manager, Mobile Industrial Robots Mitsuhisa Hirata Technical Support Engineer, Mobile Industrial Robots Kazuya Okada General Manager, Safety Promotion Department, IDEC Factory Solutions Co., Ltd.
Implementation method: Webinar (Microsoft Teams live event)
This will be an online seminar, so you can participate from anywhere via the Internet.
Participation fee: Free
Application: From the collaborative robot.com webinar information page https://www.kyodo-robot.com/mir_webinar_20221027
Please click the URL above and fill out the form to apply.
*Application deadline: October 21, 2022 (Friday) 18:00
A webinar access link will be sent to you by email at a later date (if there are too many applicants, a lottery will be held).
Organizer: IDEC Factory Solutions Co., Ltd.
Contact: Marketing/DX Promotion Department Sano firstname.lastname@example.org
・In the case of a large number of applicants, a lottery will be held. ・If you are applying for more than one person, please apply for each person using the form below.
・Unfortunately, we do not accept applications from other companies. note that. [About MiR and MiR]
Mobile Industrial Robots is a Danish-based specialist manufacturer of AMRs (autonomous mobile robots) that boasts the top share in the global market. We continue to grow as a global company with offices in North America, China, Spain, Singapore, Germany and Japan.
Unlike AGVs (Automatic Guided Vehicles), AMRs (Autonomous Mobile Robots) are characterized by their ability to automatically avoid people and obstacles and travel autonomously.
MiR is a product that can be said to be synonymous with AMR, and it can be introduced easily and quickly without programming knowledge, and it is highly effective in solving the problems of labor shortages and productivity improvement that the manufacturing industry has. ▼Our MiR product site
[About IDEC Factory Solutions]
As a group company of IDEC Co., Ltd. listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, with control technology at its core, we design and manufacture system products related to machine tools, semiconductor/liquid crystal manufacturing equipment,
logistics/transport equipment, etc., and develop other control network solution businesses. doing.
In addition, centered on safety-related equipment and safety systems, which are the strengths of the IDEC Group, we also develop
collaborative robots from various manufacturers (Universal Robot, KUKA, JAKA, Yaskawa Electric, Mitsubishi Electric, FANAC), vision sensors, AI, and autonomous transportation. We are also focusing on supporting the construction of collaborative robot systems that combine robots (AMR). In 2022, we will open a new cooperative safety robot technical center at our headquarters in Ichinomiya City, Aichi Prefecture.
-Cooperative Safety Robot Technical Center-
Collaborative Safety Robot Technical Center
At the Collaborative Safety Robot Technical Center in our head office, we hold demonstrations of the collaborative robots and peripheral equipment we handle, as well as conduct customer work verifications and seminars.
As a system integrator of collaborative robots, we design optimal collaborative safety robot systems by “visualizing” different issues for each customer, and provide total support for installation, system construction, and operation.
▼ Corporate site
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