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Siemens and partners remove barriers, scramble to help protect Americans

Brett Brune
By Brett Brune Editor in Chief, Smart Manufacturing

The ARM Institute umbrella created “the perfect ecosystem to collaborate and remove barriers,” says Juan Aparicio of Siemens Technology. His company recently acted with unusual speed – and in concert with Maxim BioMedical, Siemens Healthineers, Henderson Sewing Machine Co., Yaskawa America, HomTex and FedEx – to help protect Americans dealing with COVID-19 using robotic and flexible automation technology. Several projects, with Siemens Technology as lead, are currently ongoing and will contribute to fight the pandemic at different fronts: having faster tests, higher levels of mask automation and more autonomous disinfecting capabilities. They also greatly shrank the time it takes to write proposals and get contracts inked.

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