Automate 2019: See All the New Automation Technology On Display

Automate 2019 is set to be the biggest Automate show ever. With the rapid development of automation technology, a number of innovative new automation solutions will be on display.

The biennial event, hosted by the Association for Advancing Automation (A3), and it’s trade groups - the Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the Association for Advancing Vision & Imaging (AIA), the Motion Control & Motors Association (MCMA), and A3 Mexico - is intended to be the broadest automation showcase in North America.

A Preview of All the New Automation Technology at Automate 2019

Whether you’re looking for practical automation ideas or inspiration, Automate 2019 is the place to find the most advanced, most productive automation systems in existence today. From robotics to machine vision and motors technology, Automate 2019 will host a wide range of new solutions.

Robotic Laser Welding and Assembly

See pre-engineered robotic laser welding cells, complete with laser welding and cutting systems, press automation, and flexible assembly systems. New forms of laser welding allow manufacturers to speed up production with low heat input and high energy efficiency.

Truck Unloading and Machine Tending

Automate 2019 will be host to new robotic solutions for unloading trucks, trailers and shipping containers at distribution centers. These robotic unloaders drastically reduce the requirements for manual labor at receiving docks, contributing to lower operating costs and higher productivity.

Industry 4.0 Solutions

Several intelligent automation solutions will be on display at Automate 2019. A smart production line will showcase how intelligent robots can interact with humans in a connected manufacturing environment. Industry 4.0 solutions demonstrate the incredible potential that comes along with the convergence of digital technologies and automated processes.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Automate 2019 will showcase several solutions leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. One solution will showcase autonomous robots for put wall sorting, goods to person picking, and induction systems capable of achieving 1,500 units per hour. Other systems connect a human operator to an entire fleet of warehouse robots, giving each robot the intelligence of a human when problems arise. AI and machine learning are transforming manufacturing and advancing automation capabilities in numerous ways.

Automate 2019 will be the broadest showcase of automation technology in North America. Attend the show to learn, network, and experience the latest automation solutions.