Automation, robotics, people, and safety: tomorrow’s factories

As we shift towards greater digitization and connection around the world, manufacturers are embracing automation, robotics, and smart technology in the plant. Robotics and automated operations can play a significant role in reducing workplace injuries and improving safety. Technology can also help address skills gaps and chronic labour shortages. 

But automation is not without riskand it’s important to consider how worker behavior is altered by working alongside robots and automated processes. 
In this session, learn steps you can take to avoid the complacency that can arise from automated processes as you integrate technology in your workplace to increase productivity and reduce workplace injuries. 

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Youjian Kang

Youjian Kang

Application Engineer and Safety Consultant

Pilz Automation Safety Canada L.P.