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Robots make inroads into small workshops

Contrary to popular belief, collaborative robots, or cobots, aren't exclusive to large manufacturers or high-tech industries; they're also valuable assets for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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The landscape of product development has significantly evolved.

In the 1970s, the average product lifecycle of a vehicle spanned eight years. Today, rapid advancements lead to modifications in car models within just two to three years. This trend is mirrored across various industries, necessitating quick responses to new developments. In adapting to shorter product development cycles, production and automation must be agile, and cobots are emerging as vital tools in this transformation.

According to Grand View Research, the global cobots market is projected to experience a remarkable annual growth rate of 32.0% from 2023 to 2030.

Despite marketing portraying robot programming, particularly with cobots, as straightforward, the reality can be more complex. A video link ( highlights potential pitfalls and considerations in programming. This underscores the importance of having a knowledgeable integrator.

Engaging with experts like Auware Engineering Kft. can provide valuable insights for SMEs unfamiliar with cobots. Understanding the benefits of cobots and learning from the success stories of other SMEs that have effectively integrated these technologies is critical to raising awareness and fostering adoption in smaller workshops.

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