Welcome to the ReAutomated podcast, where we explore how automation is redefining manufacturing. A monthly podcast that dives deep into the latest trends, insig... Ver más
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Are robots stealing jobs?
In this second episode, we address a question that's on many minds: Are robots stealing jobs?Joining us is Jeff Burnstein, President of the Association for Advancing Automation. With 40 years of experience in automation and a recent recipient of the Engelberger Award, Jeff shares insights on the correlation between automation and employment. He also highlights companies that have successfully created jobs through automation while offering guidance on getting started and overcoming common obstacles.Jeff Burnstein has been in the automation industry through both up and downs and has been studying and advising on how you stay competitive as a business. Competitiveness leads to job creation, and the enabler is often automation.Tune in to hear all the great stories and real examples of companies that have successfully deployed automation to create and retain jobs. Episode highlights:Dispelling Myths: Uncovering the truth about automation's impact on employment.Success Stories: Real-life examples of companies that have thrived by embracing automation.Research Insights: Exploring the data and studies on the relationship between automation and job creation.Expert Advice: Jeff Burnstein's perspective on how to initiate automation and overcome common challenges. Connect with Jeff Burnstein and A3:Jeff Burnstein on LinkedInAutomate.orgAutomate Show Stay connected:Show notes: re-automated.comE-mail: [email protected]: @re_automatedInstagram: @reautomatedLinkedIn: Universal Robots
The rare art of achieving both increased productivity and flexibility
In our debut episode, hosted by Chris Savoia from Universal Robots, we have the privilege of hosting two distinguished guests from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).Join us as we draw from the extensive expertise and practical experience of our guests. Ben Armstrong, Executive Director of the Industrial Performance Center at MIT, and Julie Shah, Faculty Director of the Work of the Future initiative at MIT, as they share their insights gained from years of research and hands-on involvement in the field.In this episode, we explore the challenges and lessons learned from past failures in lights-out automation projects. Through stories from renowned companies like GM, Tesla, Boeing, and others, we uncover the reasons behind these setbacks and shed light on how future endeavors can be improved.However, our focus doesn't solely rest on large corporations. We also uncover the untold story of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), often overlooked in the realm of automation. Discover why this historically disenfranchised group has struggled to harness the benefits of automation and how they can overcome these barriers to achieve both increased productivity and flexibility.Furthermore, we dive into a conversation about how automation is utilized for positive-sum work. Rather than replacing human workers, robots become valuable contributors, enhancing the effectiveness of human teams. Learn about the exciting possibilities that lie ahead and how automation can be harnessed to create win-win scenarios.Whether you're an industry professional, an automation enthusiast, or simply curious about the transformative power of automation, this episode is a must-listen. Join us as we unravel the complexities and uncover the potential of automation with our esteemed guests, Ben Armstrong and Julie Shah. Episode highlights:Insights from industry experts at MIT on the failures of lights-out automation projects.Exploring the challenges faced by small and medium-sized enterprises in adopting automation.Strategies for achieving increased productivity and flexibility through automation.A vision for a future where automation and human teams collaborate for positive-sum work. Ressources from this epsiode:A Smarter Strategy for Using Robots Stay connected:Show notes: re-automated.comE-mail: [email protected]: @re_automatedInstagram: @reautomatedLinkedIn: Universal RobotsSubscribe now to the ReAutomated Podcast on your favorite podcast platform to join us on this journey as we explore how automation is reshaping industries and revolutionizing the way we work.
Trailer - How automation is redefining manufacturing
Get a quick intro to what the ReAutomated Podcast is all about. Your host Chris Savoia will get you up to speed, and you will hear a few sneak peeks from upcoming episodes.Buckle up and join us on this expedition into the world of automation and manufacturing.Stay connected:Show notes: re-automated.comE-mail: [email protected]: @re_automatedInstagram: @reautomatedLinkedIn: Universal Robots
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Welcome to the ReAutomated podcast, where we explore how automation is redefining manufacturing. A monthly podcast that dives deep into the latest trends, insights, and real stories that are redefining the way we produce goods. We'll be talking to leading experts, thought leaders, and manufacturers to get their insights on how automation is reshaping the industry.