ireland’s first collaborative training centre

Ireland’s First Collaborative Training Centre is absolutely thrilled to be a part of this amazing initiative, partnering with Universal Robots to accelerate cobot adoption in Ireland.


Universal Robots Announces Plans for Ireland’s First Collaborative Training Centre at National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference

 Universal Robots and seek to accelerate cobot adoption within the region

In partnership with one of its Irish distributor,, Universal Robots (UR), the worldwide leading provider of collaborative robots (cobots), will use the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference (Dublin – 29-30th January 2020) to unveil plans for the country’s first collaborative robot training centre.

Based in Midleton, Cork the facility will comprise solutions from industry-leaders, including UR+ ecosystem partners, such as OnRobot and Robotiq. This will provide manufacturers with a dedicated cobot hub where they can gain first-hand experience of the full ecosystem and discover how they can quickly and seamlessly automate their operations.

The centre will also see UR expand its Authorised Training Centre where visitors will be able to join certified training sessions. Based on the company’s popular Academy online training, qualified trainers will deliver hands-on classes where attendees can learn programming skills regardless of their robotics experience or background.

“As the country’s largest manufacturing event, the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference is the ideal platform for us, alongside, to announce our plans for Ireland’s very first collaborative robot training centre,” says Samantha Cummins-Byrne, Sales Development Manager at Universal Robots. “Brimming with pioneering solutions, the hub will increase the accessibility to automation, enabling users to enhance their business efficiencies and drive profit growth.”

Live on-stand demonstrations

Universal Robots will host live on-stand demonstrations throughout the show were visitors will witness the cobots complete high precision and repetitive tasks…..


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