Introduction to Collaborative Robots Workshop
December 3, 2019
8:30 – 11:30am
Upper Valley Career Center
ATC Building Room 600
Unlike traditional robots that may require a separate space away from humans, collaborative robots, also referred to as cobots, are robots that physically interact with humans sharing the same workspace.
FASTLANE is excited to host Allied Automation as we collaborate to present workshops to support the manufacturers across our region. In this three hour workshop you will learn the benefits and potential applications for collaborative robotics and flexible automation and how this can help you with your business.
Continental breakfast and boxed lunches will be provided.
This event is free – registration is required
Space is limited to 25 attendees
Please note: This event is only offered to manufacturers.
All employees of companies that meet any of the NAICS codes below are welcome to attend:
- Manufacturing: 31, 32, or 33
- R&D: 541711 – 541719
- Metal Service Centers and Other Metal Merchant Wholesalers: 423510
- Packing and Crating: 488991
- Engineering Services: 541330
- Testing Laboratories: 541380
- Packaging and Labeling Services: 561910
- Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and Maintenance: 811310
Allied Automation was founded by Greg Dill in 1981 and has been committed to the cutting edge ever since, partnering with world-class brands to offer the best products and systems around. Allied Automation, headquartered in Indianapolis, is a leader in high technology based manufacturing solutions. Serving the Midwest, Allied Automation is a trusted leader for some of the most advanced solutions available, partnering with innovative manufacturers such as Mitsubishi Electric, Universal Robots, Festo and Balluff to offer the best products around.
Upper Valley Career Center Adult Division is a post-secondary institution designed to combine hands-on training with classroom learning. We help adult learners from all education backgrounds and walks of life advance their careers or learn new skills for today’s workforce.