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3 minute read - 19th March 2024

Feature: Discover cutting-edge automation and robotics technologies at Automation UK

In less than three months’ time Automation UK will return to the CBS Arena in Coventry on 18-19 June. This renowned event is recognised for bringing industrial automation and robotics to life. The wide spectrum of features in the show ensures it delivers something for everyone. This includes showcasing the very latest innovative technologies and solutions, to providing an abundance of thought-provoking seminars where visitors can soak up the knowledge and be inspired to improve their own businesses. The show also provides many great networking opportunities where visitors can both develop new contacts and build on existing contacts.

According to the World Robotics 2023 report by the International Federation of Robotics, the robotics industry is predicted to continue its year-on-year growth, with a 7% increase forecasted for 2024. This provides an excellent opportunity for UK manufacturers to take advantage of the numerous business benefits that innovative automation and robotics solutions can deliver. Integrating these remarkable technologies offer many benefits including enhanced productivity through accelerating production, increased operational flexibility, a safer work environment, an ability to manage routine tasks efficiently, an attractive return on investment, and innovative solutions to address labour shortages. When can combined, all of these benefits will deliver significant business improvements and enable the business to thrive in the future.

The Automation UK event will return to the CBS Arena in Coventry on 18-19 June / Picture: Automate UK

Automation UK provides a perfect platform for automation and robotics technologies to be demonstrated throughout the hall, giving visitors a vast array of opportunities to see for themselves what can be achieved. An impressive list of well-known companies will be showcasing their cutting-edge products and services including robots, robotics systems, systems integration, automation control parts and systems, and sensor and machine safety. The leading experts from the exhibiting companies will be eager to answer questions, provide technical guidance and recommendations on the most suitable solutions for specific needs as well as highlight the advantages their solutions can bring to businesses.

One of last year’s Automation UK visitors, Tea Chalidze, Manufacturing Excellence Manager at Marks & Spencer said: “I’m here to look at new equipment, and to see what’s on the market especially regarding robotics and automation which is our future, so attending this show and exploring and seeing new ideas is very useful.”

Throughout the two-day show, visitors will be treated to a broad range of inspiring seminar sessions delivered by the industry leading speakers. These captivating sessions will provide visitors with a wealth of knowledge and inspiration to take away and digest how it can be used to deliver benefits to their business.

The event will host a broad range of inspiring seminar sessions delivered by the industry leading speakers / Picture: Automate UK

In between fascinating presentations, visiting numerous interesting companies showcasing their products and services, experiencing live demos, and hearing about new product launches, there are many opportunities to meet new contacts and develop existing business relationships. These can be mutually beneficial for sharing knowledge, industry insights and problem solving.

Automation UK is co-located alongside Machine Vision Conference (MVC), which is organised by the UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA), providing visitors to Automation UK an additional benefit of being able to visit MVC to discover the latest innovative industrial machine vision and imaging technologies, all under one roof.

For more information, please visit: Automation UK 2024

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