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KUKA robots won the hearts of Eurovision audiences  (25. May 2016)
Can a robot act human and stir emotions? The answer is yes.
KUKA robots in “100 Masterpieces” anniversary exhibition at the BMW Museum  (22. May 2016)
A KUKA KR AGILUS and an LBR iiwa make an appearance at the BMW Museum in the “New Forms of Work” section.
KUKA Robotics signs memorandum of understanding with ITW Welding  (13. May 2016)
At Hannover Messe 2016, KUKA Roboter GmbH signed a memorandum of understanding with ITW Welding, a leading North American manufacturer of welding equipment.
A KUKA robot is part of the “Engineering Season”  (28. Apr 2016)
The Madejski Garden is a splendid magnet for visitors to the venerable Victoria and Albert Museum in London. In a cooperative project between the museum, the University of Stuttgart and KUKA, a KR120 R2500 robot will span a novel lightweight roof over the courtyard of the garden from May 2016 onwards.
Robust small robot from KUKA optimally utilizes the capacity of the tool grinding machine  (20. Apr 2016)
While smoothly loading the grinding center of type UW I F at SAACKE, the KUKA small robot KR AGILUS WP (waterproof) ensures fast and precise transfer and unloading of workpieces.
KUKA robots for high payloads portray the joy of the ride  (12. Apr 2016)
Together with Baier Engineering GmbH, KUKA took part in the festivities for BMW’s 100th anniversary celebration with two type KR 210 R2700 robots
Hannover Fair 2016: “Hello Industrie 4.0 - we go digital"  (06. Apr 2016)
Solutions for Industry 4.0 will be the focus of KUKA’s appearance at Hannover Fair 2016
KUKA palletizing robot palletizes ten tonnes of sugar per hour  (04. Apr 2016)
Serbian sugar manufacturer Sunoko uses a robotic solution to improve the cycle time and reliability of the packaging and palletizing operations
KUKA Small Robot plays Settlers of Catan  (29. Mar 2016)
At OTH Regensburg (Technical University of Applied Sciences) students teach the KR AGILUS how to play a famous board game
KUKA LBR iiwa robot optimizes SMT lines for the electronics industry  (08. Mar 2016)
Two applications illustrate ways of implementing human-robot collaboration
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