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Bruno Adam

Bruno Adam

Partner in Intelligent visionguided robotics Bruno Adam, Omron Mobile Robot Business Director Europe The word robot comes from the Slavic word robota, which means labour. Although the Chinese already philosophized about mechanical replacements of people in the third century BC, it has only been a mere six decades ago that the first industrial robot was introduced. Bruno Adam, Omron Mobile Robot Business Director Europe and General Manager Omron Adept Technologies, has witnessed the recent rise of intelligent robots and has contributed to its development in his rich 30 years of experience in industrial robotics. Bruno graduated in 1986 in Industrial Automation Engineering from the University of Savoy. Soon after completing his study he was involved in the first robotics applications addressing production processes using 6-axis poly articulated robots. The robots were designed to combine artificial Vision Systems and Motion Controllers that made use of adaptive algorithms. Bruno than moved on to continue his career in the United States. He took on a position in Silicon Valley at Adept, a global, leading provider of intelligent vision-guided robotics systems and services, that in 2015 became part of Omron. In America Bruno was in charge of OEM Motion Control activities and participated in the development of the last generations of multiple kinematics robot controllers. This resulted in opening new application opportunities, such as ultra-high-speed manipulation. Another opportunity that emerged was real time trajectory modification based on data coming from different types of sensor technologies. In 2003, Bruno founded Cerebellum Automation specialised in the development of customized Robots Control Solutions. Since the commercial launch of Omron Mobile Robots in Europe in 2013, Bruno manages a team in charge of the identifying the main markets and applications that require flexible and adaptive transport and conveyance. The unit is supported by a team of Applications and Software Engineers to deploy the technology in the manufacturing industry in Europe. Bruno regularly represents Omron as a key-note speaker at various industry summits and seminars.
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Human-Machine collaboration

Autonomous bin picking with a collaborative mobile robot

Our TM collaborative robot provides a unique solution to easily automate applications such as picking and packing that, traditionally performed by humans, have been challenging to automate. As part of the TM series launch, we also released a mobile-compatible model, which seamlessly integrates into Omron’s LD series autonomous mobile robot. Combined with a 3D vision