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OCTOPUZ is intelligent offline robot programming and simulation software ideal for an application. OCTOPUZ took a revolutionary approach to robotic programming by combining the offline programming of robots with a manufacturing process simulation, perfect for tech AND sales teams. Contact us for a free, online demonstration tailored to your unique application. About OCTOPUZ Headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, OCTOPUZ provides offline robot programming and simulation software for businesses of all sizes, from small shops to global corporations. Our focus is to provide a robotic software solution that not only enables companies to reach a higher level of efficiency with their processes but that also opens opportunities for them to enter new markets and expand their business potential . Our business was built on the concept of taking complex robotic programming and making it easy.

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Bringing Robot Automation into the General Industry with Yaskawa Motoman Canada

POSTED 09/09/2021

In episode six of General Industry: OLRP Insights, we sit down with Tyler Rudnicki, Manufacturing Engineering Technologist at Yaskawa Motoman Canada. It’s no surprise that over the last few years there has been a monumental shift to implement automation. Companies across multiple industries have been encouraged to incorporate smart manufacturing within their facilities. We both agree that automation is the future.

We are exploring the world of automation and what kind of an impact it's had on the industry. Join OCTOPUZ and Yaskawa Motoman Canada for an innovative discussion around Bringing Robot Automation into the General Industry. In this 20-minute webinar, we discussed topics like:

  • What’s an application that robots should be utilized for way more often than they currently are?
  • What’s the #1 misconception companies have when looking at bringing on their first-ever robot cell?
  • What’s Yaskawa Motoman Canada’s perception of the General Industry today? How does it compare to automotive?
  • What advice do you give to manufacturers considering Offline Robot Programming?
  • And more!

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