Pioneering robotics and the next wave of automation trends
The Automation UK exhibition is set to return to the CBS Arena in Coventry for a two-day event on the 18th and 19th of June. This occasion presents a prime opportunity for companies to showcase their latest advancements in automation and robotics. The anticipation of a large influx of visitors and potential buyers has resulted in an excellent reception for the offer of exhibition space.
The primary objective of this event is to underscore the importance of automation and robotics in advancing the UK’s economy. By showcasing the advantages these technologies offer, the event aims to encourage more companies to embrace them.
The efficacy of automation and robotics has been proven across various sectors, enhancing efficiency, productivity, and safety. This effectiveness is a pivotal reason why Automation UK attracts a significant attendance from industries including manufacturing, retail, automotive, electronics, engineering, aerospace, maritime, food and beverage, logistics, transport, and energy, including oil, gas, and nuclear.
One of the major draws for exhibitors at Automation UK is the opportunity to engage directly with hundreds of potential clients, thanks to the numerous chances for in-person interactions. For buyers, the event offers the chance to explore a wide range of automation and robotics solutions, witness innovative demonstrations live, and understand how these technologies can benefit their operations.
Numerous other persuasive factors exist that make businesses eager to showcase their cutting-edge products and services at the exhibition. Automation UK offers a distinctive chance to engage, cooperate, and network with more than 10,000 visitors and industry specialists, all gathered in one place. Additionally, participants have the opportunity to learn about the latest trends and gain foresight into the future of the automation and robotics sector.
One of the visitors to the 2023 Automation UK, Tea Chalidze, Manufacturing Excellence Manager at Marks & Spencer said: “I’m here to look at new equipment, and to see what’s on the market especially regarding robotics and automation which is our future, so attending this show and exploring and seeing new ideas is very useful.”
The 2023 exhibition saw participation from leading brands, affirming the UK’s interest in this kind of trade show. Among the initial exhibitors were prominent names such as ABB, Fanuc UK, Piab, KUKA Robotics UK, RM Group UK, Schubert UK, Festo, and RARUK Automation. Additionally, this year’s event has attracted a diverse range of companies, including AMP Automation, Apem Components, AP Technologies, Apex Dynamics (Midlands) Ltd, Beckhoff Automation, Bowe Systec, Gudel Lineartec (U.K.), Heidenhain (GB), Hepcomotion, Idem Safety Switches, Iko Nippon Thompson Europe, Lamonde Automation, Mikata Technology UK, Mitsubishi Electric, Mobile Industrial Robots, MRK Engineering Solutions, Olympus Technologies, Omron Electronics, Onrobots, Rollon UK, Safety Systems Technology UK Ltd, Schmalz UK, Schunk Intec Ltd, TM Robotics (Europe), Troax UK, Universal Robots, and Zimmer Group.
These exhibitors are specialists in a wide array of offerings, including robots, robotic systems, systems integration, automation control components and systems, sensors, and machine safety solutions.