Factory-in-a-Day: EU aims to bring advanced manufacturing to SMEs

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) continually report that conventional industrial robots are too expensive, inflexible, and require experienced operators. The European Union (EU) is hoping to alleviate many of those concerns through its Factory-in-a-Day program. The program aims to help SMEs mi...

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