ABB to acquire ASTI Mobile Robotics Group drives next generation of flexible automation with autonomous mobile robots
ABB has announced it will acquire ASTI Mobile Robotics Group (ASTI), a leading global autonomous mobile robot (AMR) manufacturer with a broad portfolio across all major applications enabled by the company’s software suite.
From increased productivity to safer work environments, robotics and automation is set to play an important role in New Zealand’s future. But what needs to be considered in this journey? NZEN spoke with industry experts to find out.
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