Remtec 2023 Automate Conference Recap

Remtec Sales Team

Automate 2023, the largest robotics and automation trade show in North America, had its most successful event to date with record attendance. More than 30,000 people from around the world registered to visit the sold-out show floor featuring 757 exhibitors during the four-day event held May 22-25, 2023 in Detroit, Michigan.

Remtec Exhibit Highlights

As an exhibitor participant in the Automate conference, Remtec enjoyed great success at this event. The Remtec exhibit in booth 1815 included displays that featured our high speed pick and place applications, vision based robotic guidance, vision inspection, assembly, as well as all of our material handling capabilities.  

Our booth featured two cell demo displays. The first demonstrated robotic positioning of an inspection camera for a variety of inspection operations of automotive parts and assemblies, consumer goods and products, and electronic board assemblies. The second demo display featured robot guidance using Fanuc iRPickTool vision based circular line tracking for high speed pick and place.

STEM Student Engagement Day

Thursday was a STEM student engagement day.  We hosted three groups to discuss:

  • The technologies showcased in our booth
  • Remtec’s real world application of robotics
  • Careers in automation (those that require a 4 year degree and those that do not)

Our discussion included answering many great questions from the students.

Automate 2023 – Best Comprehensive Automation Industry Event

Automate is the most comprehensive automation solutions event in North America, providing the best overview of the comprehensive automation industry. Participants have the chance to experience the newest advancements in robotics, vision, motion control, and related technologies that are revolutionizing business and manufacturing. 

Our team hopes to see you at Automate 2024 on May 6-9 at the McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.

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