L4MS, a partner network of the Association, has already funded 6 automation experiments for the automation of intra-factory logistics. Below, find more information about the success stories, including "OHTider" system developed in Lithuania.
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On 1 April 2021, DIH² will launch the second Open Call to find 15 new Technology Transfer Experiments in the field of agile robotics.
Open Call for up to €248,000 in equity-free funding
The DIH² project actively supports innovative solutions…
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We are delighted to announce the addition of three esteemed robotic companies – Sentante, Blackswan Space, and Industrial Robots - to the Lithuanian Robotics Association.
Sentante has made notable progress in the field of endovascular…
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Vytautas Kazlauskas, the new CEO of the Lithuanian Robotics Association
We are pleased to announce that Vytautas Kazlauskas will assume the role of CEO at the Lithuanian Robotics Association (LRA). As one of the founders…
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Lithuanian Robotics Association delegates together with Ingrida Šimonytė, Prime Minister of Lithuania, and Aurelijus Zykas, Ambassador of the Republic of Lithuania to Japan.
The Lithuanian Robotics Association and its members - Elinta…
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We are glad to announce that our association’s company of members was strengthened by well-known name and one of the pioneers in robotics – ABB Lithuania, one of the world’s leading robotics and machine automation suppliers and B&R…
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This article was originally published on Innovation Agency website. You can read it here.
Market research companies agree that global robotics sector will experience rapid growth by 2030. Although in Lithuania it is still in the initial…
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The growing importance of digitization and sustainability in the world as well as the program of the European Commission named DIGITAL provides unique opportunities Lithuanian business and the public sector. To promote the digital transformation…
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Lithuania appeared on the world map of robotics - this year Lithuanian Robotics Association became a member of the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), which unites more than 80 largest representatives of the robotics market from…
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: an enthusiastic advocate
Networks are about connecting people and at the heart of DIH² is a group of people who we call Local Evangelists in Robotics, or LERs for short. They…
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Welcome on board to our 9th member of association – KUKA Nordics, a part of world’s leading suppliers of intelligent automation solutions with a wide range of services from robots and robot cells to fully automated systems and their…
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If the level of robotization in Lithuania remains low, the products produced in the country will become uncompetitive, says the representatives of robotics. According to them, the low use of robotics solutions is due to lack of innovative…
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On the 12th of April, Chairman of the Board of the Lithuanian Robotics Association Thomas Ronlev has virtually participated at the largest annual technology and innovation conference - Hannover Messe. More than 1000 exhibitors from…
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On the 3rd - 5th of March, representatives of the Lithuanian Robotics Association have virtually participated at the biggest annual business conference - Lietuvos verslo forumas. Among more than 250 speakers and participants, the voice…
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