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BARA

New Progress House
34 Stafford Road
Wallington
Surrey
SM6 9AA
United Kingdom

Telephone : 020 8773 8111
Fax : 020 8773 0022
Email : bara@bara.org.uk
Web : www.bara.org.uk


Editorial archive;

Solving the UK’s productivity problems with robotics 06/04/2020
Mike Wilson argues that it is time for the UK manufacturing sector to look seriously at the adoption of automation, and robotics in particular, to help improve productivity figures. Full Story...

Robotics: a cure for your production headaches? 18/09/2018
Mike Wilson looks at the most common headaches faced by food & beverage companies and explains how they can be solved by the latest robotic automation technology.  Full Story...

Robots set to lead UK manufacturing investment 14/10/2011
Barry Weller, from Mitsubishi Electric, comments on The Automating Manufacturing Programme which will be run in the UK by The British Automation and Robot Association. Full Story...

UK robot sales exceed predictions 01/02/2011
BARA, the British Automation and Robot Association, has reported that 2010 UK robot sales were up 65% on 2009 figures, reversing a five year declining trend in UK robot sales. Full Story...

BARA welcomes UK Government’s commitment to stimulate automation 20/12/2010
The Government’s injection of £600,000 to help stimulate the UK’s adoption of automation, is the result of recommendations made in a recent industry study, Application of Automation in UK Manufacturing 27 Sept 2010. Full Story...

UKIVA and BARA celebrate show success 22/06/2010
The UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) and the British Automation and Robotics Association (BARA) have celebrated the success of their dedicated Vision and Robotics Pavilion at the recent Total Processing and Packaging show. The organisations said the facility provided a focal point for vision and robotics and placed both technologies firmly at the heart of the show. Full Story...

Total has vision and robotics focus 23/02/2010
Total Processing and Packaging 2010 will feature a dedicated Vision and Robotics Pavilion, incorporating members of the UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) and BARA (British Automation and Robotics Association). Full Story...