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November 8, 2023
Was macht Wandelbots auf der SPS?
In the "Robotics in Industry" podcast, Christian from Wandelbots discussed with Helmut Schmid and Robert Weber about Wandelbots' evolution and its commitment to democratizing robotics through software solutions. The focus was on bridging robot hardware with innovative software to enhance automation experiences, highlighting the significance of customer projects and development partnerships in this endeavor.
November 7, 2023
Die Zukunft und Demokratisierung der Robotik
Dive into the world of robotics with Wandelbots' CEO, Christian Piechnick, and Tobias Herwig in this episode. Christian shares his journey from a doctoral student to redefining robotics through software innovation, programming, and democratization. Discover how they're tackling the complexities of robotics, paving the way for groundbreaking concepts like ChatGPT for robots. Join us for a compelling conversation on transforming challenges into opportunities in the fast-evolving realm of robotics.
October 17, 2023
Wandelbots zeigt Software-Strategie auf der SPS: Plan, Build, Operate
Wandelbots shifts its focus from hardware to pioneering software solutions in automation. Revealed at the SPS expo, their innovative approach simplifies robot-human collaboration throughout an automation project's lifecycle.
June 21, 2023
automatica 2023: Wandelbots and FANUC Present Latest Development
Dresden-based robotics software company Wandelbots and robotics manufacturer FANUC are launching their newest development: FANUC-branded robots can now be controlled via the Wandelbots Operating System. The solution will be presented from June 27-30, 2023, at automatica, the leading trade fair for intelligent automation and robotics in Munich, Germany.
April 20, 2023
Skilled Labor Shortage at Record Level: Wandelbots Counters with “Robotics Platform”
The labor shortage has continued to worsened over the past year. According to a study by the Institute of the German Economy (IW), more than 630,000 jobs could not be filled nationwide in 2022 due to a lack of qualified applicants. This is the largest gap in skilled labor since the start of the observation period in 2010. Automated processes – such as Wandelbots’ solution – have become increasingly more important.