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Wilson, M. ; FANUC Robotics UK Ltd., Coventry, UK

The UK has a lower robot density than most of its industrial competitors. It is imperative that UK industry, if it is to enhance its current competitive position, makes significant improvements in the utilisation of robots. UK industry can benefit from its apparently poor position by learning from the experience of others. There are significant opportunities for the utilisation of robots in applications that have been tried and tested elsewhere. The robot suppliers are able, and very willing, to provide this expertise, if UK industry is ready to listen.<>

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Computing & Control Engineering Journal  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 4 )