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Uptick in Robotics and Job News from Robotic Industries Association

POSTED 03/23/2009

v style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt">Robotics and related technology may be among the first sectors to benefit from pent up demand for green, efficient manufacturing solutions. That could be especially good for those looking for work. (RIA offers a free Career Center for job seekers and members can post job openings at discounted rates.) See what pushed the needle into the good side of robotics news this week – click here to read the full story.
 
Brian Huse has been with RIA since 1994. In a "walkabout" of the industry that started in 1998, he worked for member companies Deneb (now DELMIA) and Norgren Automotive – a four-year stint in which he was immersed in the business of software and hardware manufacturing for the robotics industry. He rejoined RIA in 2001 and considers lessons learned in the for- and not-for-profit sectors while looking for ways to help RIA members and its publics. Blogging is one way he tries to help the robotics industry stay connected, and he hopes readers will use and comment on information published in Robots in America, RIA’s blog site.