Essen, the Rhineland, Germany
Bauhaus-inspired architecture emblematic of a city which is often considered the energy capital of Germany; Otto von Bismarck himself was an honorary citizen; a city at the heart of the industrial revolution – and for two days in June, the perfect place to catch a glimpse of Eva – the robot costing less than €6,000 that you can program in 15 minutes.
All About Automation Essen is an exhibition focused on the Industrial Internet of Things, covering topics like safety and security, and developing universal standards for industrial communication. This year’s event will place particular emphasis on robot-human collaboration. It’s a chance for attendees to start thinking about how they can automate processes within their organisations.
Automata will be attending All About Automation in Essen on Wednesday 5th June and Thursday 6th June. Book a meeting with our team and find us at stand 735 to see how Eva can help you expand your production capacity! We’ll be demonstrating a range of applications, including machine vision and inspection – it’ll be an opportunity for you to program the robot yourself using Choreograph – the software that can run in any browser, with no pendants or control boxes required.
The Exhibition is held at Messe Essen, Norbertstrasse, Essen. Doors are open from 09:00am to 4:30pm.
By booking your meeting now, you can be sure to get a personalised demo with our team and an opportunity to ask any questions you might have about Eva.