Factories of the future will undoubtedly become increasingly agile and autonomous. If manufacturers want to keep up with the latest requirements, their robots need to also become faster and easier to implement. The so-called ‘no code’ revolution in programming seeks to make the automation industry more autonomous and to democratize the use of robotics at the shop floor level. Here, Claudia Jarrett, US country manager at EU Automation, discusses the benefits of investing in no-code robotics for all types of factories. The no-code revolution consists of a series of tools that have been created to democratize access to technology that was formerly inaccessible to most industrial plants. Its aim is to simplify complicated processes, like programming, to allow more people to use robotics and address some of the challenges of manufacturing.
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