Airbus said its Puerto Real plant in Cádiz, Spain is leading a project to expand the automation of its assembly processes with the use of two armed humanoid robots to perform repetitive tasks. The research and technology project, called FUTURASSY, “aims to introduce a harmonized robotic solution designed to automate the aeronautical assembly processes that could be used across other Airbus sites,” the manufacturer said in a statement. The project has two areas of research: ...
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