The International Manufacturing Technology Show is the one of the biggest technology conferences in the world. More than 100,000 people in the industrial robotics industry, as well as manufacturing industries across the board, attend this conference every year to get ideas, as well as answers to problems that their designs and manufacturing setups.
Why is the IMTS important? For just that reason stated above. It gets competitors and innovators into the same space and allows them to highlight what they bring to the table, why also possibly offering up some answers as to why your design keeps pancaking.
Along with robotics competitors showing off their wares, manufacturers from all over the world are at the event, trying to get a leg up on their own competition. These manufacturers attend the IMTS for one reason – they want the robotic technology solutions that will help them edge out the competition in their respective markets.
However, it is not all about competition. Manufacturers are also want to save money. This may be the second most important thing for manufacturers at the conference. This shows allows them to find manufacturing solutions that will save them money in the long run by speeding up their productivity and cutting their production and labor costs.
Manufacturers who attend the International Manufacturing Technology Show will find that year after year, they will be able to find what their company needs, as well as meeting key industry players in their markets, as well as the robotics industry. Through exhibits and booth automation demonstrations, executives, engineers, operators and other manufacturing decision makers can see new technology as it comes to the table – instead of being the last one home for dinner.
RobotWorx, a certified integrator for FANUC, Motoman, ABB, Universal Robots, and KUKA robotics, has many industrial robotic models that have been shown at the IMTS by those companies in past years. RobotWorx helps our customers to find the latest technologies from our partner companies to make their robot solutions state of the art, like they just rolled off the IMTS show floor last week.