What can you expect from Phoenix Automation and Robotics Companies.

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What’s up, everybody? It’s Callen with Ventech Search Group. In today’s video on robotics and automation, I want to talk about what we can expect from the tons of automation robotics companies that are located right here in Phoenix, Arizona. Many have been there for years and some of just relocated in the last few years.

And from what I’m hearing in my daily talks with execs, a lot more are planing to relocate in the coming months as well. What does that mean for hiring managers and candidates?

Well, number one for hiring managers, there’s going to be a lot of healthy competition and tons of talent to pick from. This truly gives your company a chance to showcase what makes them different and what they can excel at.

Candidates in Arizona, you’re gonna have plenty of options to choose from when it comes time for your next job search. According to a study done by Honeywell, American companies still envision a strong need for human capital for years to come, even as investment in automation is seen as vital for companies to remain competitive.

Most of the companies that responded to the study indicated that automation can lead to new additional jobs in the workplace, especially in the distribution centers and warehouses.

The chief marketing officer for Honeywell said e-commerce and retail fulfillment growth are pushing traditional warehouse and distribution centers to their limits, and automation is critical to any operation that wants to remain competitive.

These automation, robotics advancements are shifting the workforce away from physically demanding, strenuous and monotonous task to more skilled tasks.

As infrastructure within warehouses and fulfillment centers become more automated, maintenance technicians will have to play a crucial role to help limit downtime. Like I mentioned in my last video, predictive analytics will also be leveraged to minimize potential downtime.

The study also revealed that 65% of companies plan to increase automation investments within the next 2 to 3 years. More than half of the companies surveyed are investing in automated material handling to include robotics, automated storage and retrieval systems, as well as conveyors and sortation systems to remain competitive.

Honeywell CMO also added, “even as machines are getting smarter, humans are still needed to program build and repair them. Human intelligence is still essential to identify problems and mobilize computers and people in tandem to get the job done. ” as you can see, the only way is up for automation and robotics industry.

Is your company making the necessary moves to come out on top or you’re going to be left behind? 

Let me know in the comments what you guys think, thanks.

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