In recent years, the growth of collaborative robots has been significant even if it remains a small market. “Cobots” are not designed to replace humans but to collaborate with them, providing assistance for difficult or arduous tasks.
Today, EU companies are leading the way in collaborative robot technology, helping create more egalitarian and safer working environments.
But the Asia-pacific region is catching up fast. Accelerating the implementation of collaborative robotics will require big changes in how we think of human-robot interaction.
Find out how, in the STOA study on risks and opportunities linked to the use of collaborative robots: cobots.
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