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COVID-19 Reveals the Real Need for Accessible Automation COVID-19 has changed the world, and the way we work.
If you are looking to AMRs to increase safety and adjust to new demands, there are hidden costs to consider that may delay deployment and reduce the AMRs’ value to workers and the organization as a whole.
Waypoint CEO Jason Walker recently sat down with Danny Gonzalez from IndustrialSage for a deep dive into the importance of building a trusted brand when working to grow your company.
As the year draws to a close, we are taking time to appreciate recent accomplishments like new product launches, expansion, and continued hard work to empower the manufacturing workforce.
Advances in technology are changing the way nearly every industry operates. As manufacturers look to stay competitive in the marketplace, they are constantly searching for the latest and greatest inventions, strategies, and systems.
At Waypoint, we talk a lot about the importance of designing robots for workers. Why do we think is this so important? We know that to ensure success, people MUST be included in any automation strategy.
If you work in manufacturing, you most likely are feeling the labor crunch. You have opportunities in front of you but struggle to find or keep good people who can help your company meet rising demand.
Manufacturers of all sizes are searching for ways to improve processes that make them faster, more efficient, and cost-effective to compete in today’s global economy. Increasingly, they are turning to automation for continued productivity gains.
As companies struggle to attract and retain needed talent, they are turning to automation to make up for the shortfall.
What if we told you that in less time than it takes for a typical coffee break, you could have a fully autonomous, easy-to-use, industrial-strength mobile robot out of the box and working for you? It’s not only possible, it’s here.
American manufacturing is evolving. What once was an industry dominated by a workforce made up of hardworking men and women has slowly begun to change — for the better. Robots have arrived on the assembly line.
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