The Robotic Automation Landscape of Today and Tomorrow

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The long-term impact of robots

Since General Motors installed Unimate, the first industrial robot, in 1961, robots have played a crucial role in efficiently completing factory processes. In fact, the International Federation of Robotics tells us there are 1.1 million working robots in the world. Robots have proven to be a cost-effective, safe, and efficient solution in multiple industries where manufacturing needs to produce a high volume of high-quality products.

We are on the cusp of a robotic revolution. While robots have long played a role in expediting factory operations, organizations are increasingly considering the opportunity to implement a digital workforce of software robots to take on administrative, back-office processes and transform the way we work on a global scale. In this slideshow, David Moss, founder and CTO of Blue Prism, takes a closer look at the robotic automation landscape of today and tomorrow.


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