If you’re like us, you’ve been eagerly waiting for the return of Automatica.

This world-renowned trade fair is the perfect opportunity to see all the latest advancements in robotics and automation. With so much new technology on the market, it’s tough to keep up with everything that’s going on.

But you don’t need to keep up with all the developments yourself! We’re here to give you a sneak peek of what to expect at Automatica 2022.

What new technologies might be on display?

And what can you expect from the world’s largest automation trade fair?

Read on to find out…

How has the automation industry changed in the last 4 years?

In the last 4 years, the automation industry has experienced a significant shift during the global pandemic. We’ve seen an increasing number of companies adopt a robotics to keep up with transforming market conditions. For many, automation is the only way to stay competitive in some increasingly challenging markets.

Some companies have thrived in this new environment. Others have struggled to adapt. Regardless of their current status, all businesses will need to continue developing to stay ahead in this fast-moving landscape.

How has covid affected the automation industry?

What recent changes have companies made?

What new opportunities have arrived?

Which companies have prospered? Which have faded?

For us, staying ahead of the curve means constantly seeking new ways to grow and succeed. One way we keep evolving at Robotiq is by attending international trade fairs, where we can connect with industry experts and explore ideas.

This year is the fourth time we have attended Automatica. Every time we attend this event, our team comes back with fresh insights and valuable knowledge that helps us stay on top of the latest trends in our field.

Whether it’s discussing emerging technologies with thought leaders from around the globe or discovering new partnerships that will propel us forward for years to come, attending Automatica has always been an invaluable experience for us.

And we always bring that learning back to you, the reader of our blog.

Robotiq team at Automatica 2018The Robotiq team at Automatica in 2018.

What is Automatica 2022?

Automatica is the one of the world’s leading trade fairs for automation. It is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the robotics and automation industry. The fair provides the perfect opportunity to see all the latest advancements, as well as network with industry leaders from around the world.

The event will take place in Munich, Germany from 21 to 24 June 2022.

The organizers usually hold Automatica every two years. However, because of the pandemic, they had to cancel the 2020 edition. It was last held in 2018, when we were live blogging from the event.

For four days in a row, the world of robotics and automation will take center stage. This is a truly exciting event, where we will see all the latest innovations in the field. Whether you are looking at groundbreaking technologies that boost efficiency and productivity, or robotic systems that simplify tricky tasks and make your lives easier, there is something for everyone.

This year, it’s back and bigger than ever for 2022! With 500 exhibitors already signed up and the organizers saying the event is “back on track” post-pandemic, we’re excited to see what’s in store!

From our energy-filled Tuesday right through to our sleepy-but-happy Friday, we will be looking for cutting-edge ideas and breakthroughs that are sure to shape your industry over the coming years.

7 great things you can expect at Automatica 2022

So what can you expect from Automatica 2022?

As usual, there will be no shortage of new products and services to check out. Automatica is the perfect place to get a first look at the latest innovations in robotics.

The show mostly focuses on the industrial side of automation, although there are always some interesting findings from robotics research.

There’s a wide range of automation systems on display, including integrated assembly solutions, industrial robots, safety technology, machine vision and positioning technologies, and more.

We’re also expecting:

  1. There will be a lot of new product reveals from prominent robotics firms. In our previous live blogging coverage of the event, we brought you announcements before they even hit the rest of the world.
  2. The latest robotics companies “on the block” — the newest companies in the industry. We’ll be looking out for fresh faces and new ideas that have arrived on the scene during the pandemic.
  3. There will be demonstrations of the latest technology in action. We’ll be bringing you videos and mini interviews of exciting recent developments.
  4. Themes to determine what will be big in robotics over the next 2 years. This is one of the many ways we keep our finger on the pulse in the industry.
  5. All the cool new products that businesses have been developing throughout the pandemic. We’re keen to see what they have come up with!
  6. Signs of what has changed over covid and how the industry has been affected. We already have some guesses as to these changes, but we’ll find out for sure at Automatica.
  7. Lot’s of great networking and insights from others in the industry.

And, of course, there will be so much more to look forward to.

Robotiq palletizing solution operated in a manufacture

Can’t attend? We’ll be coming to you live from Automatica 2022.

As in previous years, we’ll be live blogging from Automatica this year, so stay tuned for all the latest news and updates. We can’t wait to see what the future of robotics has in store!

Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just getting started in the industry, there will be something for you at Automatica.

If you’re looking to stay ahead of the curve, this is the event for you!

We’ll be in Hall B4.502, so come and say Hi!

This is an exciting time for the robotics industry and we can’t wait to see what Automatica has in store for us! Stay tuned for more updates!

What are you looking forward to seeing at Automatica? Tell us in the comments below or join the discussion on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, or the DoF professional robotics community.

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