Automation UK – exploring the future automation and robotics solutions for industry

by | Jun 15, 2023

The new Automation UK exhibition is vowing to be the biggest annual two day gathering of industry experts on automation and robotics in the UK. The event will highlight the importance of robotics and systems integration to the future growth of the UK economy. Automation UK will provide a platform for companies to showcase their latest products and services, and to share their expertise with visitors.

Automation UK runs from 20th to 21st June at the Coventry Building Society Arena, Coventry. The show owner, BARA (British Automation & Robot Association) is the respected advocate of the UK robotics and automation industries. Its aim is to promote the development, application and use of robotics and automation technologies across a variety of industries. BARA is committed to helping the automation sector grow in the UK and has a strong presence overseas through the International Federation of Robotics.

BARA’s objective for the show is to promote the potential of automation and robotics technologies and their benefits to the wider economy. Automation and robotics can be used to improve efficiency and productivity in many industries.

This event is perfect to take advantage of the plentiful opportunities for valuable networking with other likeminded visitors, exhibitors and industry leaders, as well as see live demonstrations, share knowledge, and learn about the latest industry trends. This makes it ideal for those who are already familiar with automation and robotics, as well as those who are new to the field.

A key aspect of the exhibition is to highlight the latest industrial products and services, robots, robotic systems, systems integration, automation control parts and systems, sensors, and machine safety available in the UK today. Visitors should expect to have their minds opened up when they see the newest and most innovative products and services from the best and brightest businesses.

This exhibition has attracted over 50 exhibitors from the automation and robotics industries, all keen to display their exciting new technologies, as well as live demonstrations of the latest cutting-edge machines.

With such an impressive portfolio of exhibitors to choose from, visitors will have a tough time deciding which ones to visit. Below is a taster of some of the exhibitors.

As one of the world’s leading robotics and machine automation suppliers, ABB Robotics (A01) is a pioneer in robotics, machine automation and digital services. Its innovative solutions provide a diverse range of industries with cutting-edge automation technologies, from automotive to electronics to logistics.

At Euchner (C01), machinery safety is their top priority. It offers a wide range of innovative safety devices and systems, all designed to meet the specific requirements of its customers. This helps to ensure the safe and efficient operation of manufacturing facilities across a wide range of industries.

KUKA Robotics’ (C30) has a wide variety of robots for buyers to choose from, including mobile robots, collaborative robot arms, and hygienic robots. It also has a host of digital tools to help businesses automate their processes.

Mills CNC (B01) wants to help both existing and new customers revolutionise their manufacturing processes with a new emphasis on automation solutions that integrate cobots or industrial robots. This will change the way customers look at their own processes, making everything more efficient and easier to manage.

Zimmer Group (B24) is at the forefront of handling, linear, damping, machine tooling and process technology as well as being a leading specialist in the development of customised gripper system solutions worldwide.

With so many products and services to see, hear and learn about, visitors will have a challenge to fit in everything, even if they visit the show on both days.

No matter what their level of interest or expertise in automation and robotics, they will be sure to find plenty to interest them over the two days of the exhibition.

Alongside Automation UK will be the well-established UK Industrial Vision Association’s (UKIVA) Machine Vision Conference, which is expected to attract over 500 visitors per day and features a wide range of expert presentations from industrial vision and imaging system leaders.

This gives a unique opportunity for attendees of Automation UK to visit and explore the cutting-edge developments on display at the UKIVA Machine Vision Conference.

The new Automation UK offers a rare opportunity to get an insight into how the latest technology is set to revolutionise the industrial sector so make sure to register today and plan your visit.

Book your free ticket here

Related articles

Photoneo Announces Technology and Applications Conference 2024

Photoneo Announces Technology and Applications Conference 2024

Photoneo is organising the Technology and Applications Conference 2024. The event will bring together robot manufacturers, robot system integrators, vision system integrators, and vision camera distributors. Scheduled for September 25-26, 2024, the conference will be...

Nisshinbo: High-Performance 5V Analog Front End with High Gain PGA

Nisshinbo: High-Performance 5V Analog Front End with High Gain PGA

Nisshinbo Micro Devices announces the release of its latest innovation, the NA2200 Analog Front End (AFE). Designed to meet the growing demands of high-precision measurement and control applications, it is equipped with cutting-edge features that set a new standard in...

Trending Articles

Join our mailing list

Subscribe to our mailing list to receive regular updates!

x