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Lithuanian Solution “OHTider” Among 6 Experiments Funded by L4MS

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. Over…
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DIH² Open Call Will Launch on 1 April 2021

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…

Board Member Justinas Katkus gave a lecture at the HubIT webinar

Board Member Justinas Katkus participated in the 4th session of a HubIT Webinar on the 2nd of February. Focusing on Robot-Human interactions, he shed a light on what the future holds for us in the world filled with machines. Find the recording…

LRA Nominated for the European Digital Innovation Hub

Lithuanian Robotics Association is part of a science and business consortium that was consortium nominated as the European Digital Innovation Hub (EDIH) for the Vilnius region. This EDIH brings together digital technology expertise and…

Lithuanian Industrialists on Robotization: We are at a Turning Point

© Universal Robots Although Lithuania is among the last in Europe, measuring the robotization levels of the industrial sector, it is an inevitable future. As the pandemic accelerates automation in all sectors around the world, Lithuanian…

SERVICE ROBOTS Record: Sales Worldwide Up 32%

Sales value of professional service robots increased by 32% to USD11.2 billion worldwide (2018-2019). The COVID-19 pandemic will further boost the market. High demand for robotics disinfection solutions, robotic logistics solutions in factories…

International Federation of Robotics Presents World Robotics Report 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fsn_w_gmHyk&feature=emb_title The new World Robotics 2020 Industrial Robots report shows a record of 2.7 million industrial robots operating in factories around the world – an increase of 12%. Sales…

Digitization of Industry: Robots are Getting Closer to Manufacturers

As the pandemic grows demand in the robotics industry, the sector is striving to be closer to business: companies implementing robotics solutions are educating industrialists, and the professionals who are developing them are making robots…

4.6% of Lithuanian Companies Have Been Robotized: Can We Call That a Breakthrough?

Statistics Lithuania has calculated that the number of Lithuanian companies using robots has increased from 3.2 to 4.6% in two years. Looking at the numbers, it is difficult to talk about the promising breakthrough, but experts say that,…

High demand for “Robotics skills” in post-Corona recovery

By 2022, an operational stock of almost 4 million industrial robots are expected to work in factories worldwide. These robots will play a vital role in automating production to speed up the post-Corona economy. At the same time, robots…

Unique Flexible Welding Solution Developed by a Danish-Lithuanian Consortia Has Been Launched

A unique flexible welding solution "FlexHex", winner of an international call for Technology Transfer Projects organized by the Digital Innovation Hubs² (DIH²) network has entered the next phase of production and will be put out to industrial…

Lithuanian Robotics Association Community on LinkedIN has Surpassed 300 Followers

LinkedIn page of the Lithuanian Robotics Association is an important channel for the most interesting updates and news from the robotics ecosystem in Lithuania. It gathers all current developments from the robotics companies under the hashtag…