Our President, Greg Dill, along with Kirk Skaggs and Andrew Dill represented Allied Automation at the
Rethink Robotics Inaugural Global Channel Partner Summit in Boston last week. Major partners from more than 9 countries were present to share and discuss their knowledge of how collaborative robots are most effectively leveraging automation in their countries.
“The demand for Baxter and Sawyer is growing in the U.S. and around the world, and, as a result, we’ve strategically partnered with industry-leading companies from across the globe to help meet the demand and deliver our smart, collaborative robots to manufacturers,” said Jason Barton, chief revenue officer at Rethink Robotics. “Bringing all of our strategic partners together for the first time is an exciting opportunity to gain even more regional insight into the collaborative robotics market and align on channel strategies for the coming year.”
Allied Automation is a proud partner of Rethink Robotics, with the world’s first interactive production robots that empower people to take their automation needs into their own hands. For decades, production robots have been separated from people by protective cages, programmed only by specialized engineers, and affordable by a small percentage of manufacturers. Rethink Robotics is changing that paradigm. Rethink Robotics’ robots work side by side with skilled labor, are trained interactively and provide a rapid ROI for companies of all sizes.
Technology with inherent safety, hands-on training, compliant arms, flexible, adaptive and affordable. With Rethink Robotics, Allied Automation is redefining what’s possible with automation, through the manufacturing industry’s most significant innovation in a generation with the world’s first interactive production robots.