Webinar on Remote Monitoring of Collaborative Robot Operation with Universal Robots and Mitsubishi Electric

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Webinar on Remote Monitoring of Collaborative Robot Operation with Universal Robots and Mitsubishi Electric
~Mitsubishi Electric’s Robot Operation Monitoring Solution Improves UR Robot Operation Rates~

Universal Robots (Minato-ku, Tokyo, Representative: Tsuyoshi Yamane, hereinafter referred to as “UR”) and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (hereinafter referred to as “Mitsubishi Electric”) held a webinar on remote monitoring of the operating status of collaborative robots, “Collaboration with Universal Robots.” Mitsubishi Electric FA Solution for Improving Robot Operation: Operation Monitoring” will be held on Tuesday, November 15th from 10:00.
As automation with collaborative robots advances, the challenge of maximizing working capacity is emerging, similar to that of
traditional industrial robots. Until now, it took a lot of management man-hours to visually check the operating status of each robot and check logs individually, but in the future, as the number of robots introduced increases, the problem will become even more serious. To address this issue, Mitsubishi Electric has developed a remote operation monitoring solution using a sequencer using the “e-F@ctory support module.” In this webinar, we will introduce the features of Universal Robots’ collaborative robot (UR robot), existing peripheral devices and software that can monitor operation and remote control, and provide an overview of Mitsubishi Electric’s newly developed robot operation monitoring solution. Learn about the benefits.
System configuration using e-F@ctory

For those who are working to improve the operating rate of robots, those who are working to reduce and save man-hours for management, those who are planning to introduce collaborative robots, and those who are considering additional introductions in the future. A webinar to connect. We hope that you will take this opportunity to participate and listen.
Mitsubishi Electric FA Solution to Improve the Operation of Universal Robots Collaborative Robots: Operation Monitoring Edition
・Date and time: November 15, 2022 (Tuesday) 10:00-11:00
・Speaker Mr. Naoki Tanaka (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Machinery Planning Department)
       Shinichi Seibu (Universal Robots Japan Branch Application Engineering Manager)
・Theme: Labor saving in operation monitoring and reduction in management man-hours in operation status realized by a remote monitoring solution for the operation status of collaborative robots ・Agenda (tentative)
1. UR robot features
2. Introduction of examples, peripheral devices and software that are useful for improving the operating rate of UR robots
3. Overview and advantages of UR robot operation monitoring solution by Mitsubishi Electric “e-F@ctory support module”
Four. Question-and-answer session
・ Target people Those who are working to improve the operating rate of robots. Those who are working on reducing management man-hours and labor saving. Those who are planning to introduce a collaborative robot or those who are considering additional introduction in the future
・Application Please apply from this site (https://bit.ly/3EU1Du6). [About Universal Robots]
Universal Robots aims to help transform the way people work on the manufacturing floor with our cutting-edge robotics platform. Since we announced the world’s first commercial collaborative robot in 2008, we have developed UR3e, UR5e, UR10e, and UR16e with different reach and payload. Each model is supported by UR+ ecosystem end effectors, software, and accessory groups that can be used with Plug & Produce, and one robot can be flexibly rearranged according to the application.
Universal Robots is a subsidiary of Teradyne Inc. in the United States. Headquartered in Odense, Denmark, it has subsidiaries and offices in the USA, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Czech Republic, Turkey, China, India, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Mexico. To date, we have sold over 50,000 collaborative robots worldwide.
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