On January 27, we hosted an ARM Exchange webinar on User-Friendly Automation & the Future of Work, joined by experts from FedEx, Stanley Black & Decker, and READY Robotics.
Automation is impacting the future of work – but not in the ways that many people feared. User-friendly automation is strengthening manufacturing operations and providing safer and more rewarding career opportunities for the workforce. In many cases, workers’ existing skills not only provided the needed foundation to work with new robotics solutions, but also enabled them to use this knowledge to improve robotic processes. In this webinar, our panelists outline success stories, recommendations on how to introduce automation to your workforce and into your processes, and more.
Plus, learn more about how the ARM Institute is working to prepare the U.S. workforce to work with new robotic solutions.
Kyle Sossi, Education and Workforce Project Manager, ARM
Sudhi Bangalore, CTO, Global Operations, Stanley Black & Decker
Kel Guerin, Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer, READY Robotics
Aaron Prather, Senior Advisor, Technology Planning & Research, FedEx
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The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institute accelerates the development and adoption of robotics technologies that are the foundation of every advanced manufacturing activity today and in the future. We leverage a unique, robust, and diverse ecosystem of partners across industry, academia and government to make robotics, autonomy and artificial intelligence more accessible to U.S. manufacturers large and small, train and empower the manufacturing workforce, strengthen our economy and global competitiveness, and elevate our national security and resilience. Founded in 2017 in Pittsburgh, PA by Carnegie Mellon University and operating as an independent non-profit funded by the Department of Defense, ARM is part of the DoD Manufacturing USA® network. Learn more at www.arminstitute.org.