Omron unveiled its new TM Collaborative Robot to Calvary Robotics. According to Omron, the robot is “Designed to work with both humans and machines, this robot is the latest in a long line of innovations in automation technology for industrial applications.
Safe and transportable, with built-in vision, this robot allows for quick start-ups and rapid changeovers. Its intuitive software enables the robot to be easily trained to perform almost any task wherever you may need it, freeing your workforce from repetitive tasks and increasing your productivity.”
INTUITIVE SOFTWARE FOR EASY PROGRAMMING
Omron also says “Downtime costs money, which means you need a robot that can start fast and stay running. Our Plug and Play software enables this robot to work right out of the box.
It is so intuitive it allows for quick programming during startups and changeovers, getting your production up and running as fast as possible.”
Engineering & Management Students from Clarkson University paid a visit to Calvary Robotics. The students took a tour of Calvary’s headquarters and learned more about our engineering process from start to finish. The students also heard from Clarkson E&M Alumni about their careers at Calvary.
According to the Clarkson website, a degree in Engineering & Management “We prepare you for a wide range of career options within the rapidly changing technical and managerial aspects of any organization. It is ideal for those who desire breadth and flexibility in a career centered on leadership and technology.”
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Engineering students from the Livonia Central School District paid a visit to Calvary Robotics. These students are part of the Projects Lead The Way (PLTW) nonprofit organization. According to PLTW the organization “PLTW empowers students to develop and apply in-demand, transportable skills by exploring real-world challenges. Through our pathways in computer science, engineering, and biomedical science, students not only learn technical skills, but also learn to solve problems, think critically and creatively, communicate, and collaborate. We also provide teachers with the training, resources, and support they need to engage students in real-world learning.”
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The PLTW provides courses for students from a launch point in PreK all the way through high school, with a potential of applying for college credit. All of the courses in the PLTW have a focus to catapult the start of an in-demand career in engineering. The program has grown to be available in all 50 states in over 5000 schools, since its inception in 1997.