Anne Waltenberger
I joined ABB Robotics Marketing Communications team in 2005 and have become passionate about both Robotics and Communications. I think I have the best job in the world. Being the Global Communications Manager for the most exciting product ABB has to offer and working with so many talented and skilled people from all over the world is a true pleasure. I have a degree in Linguistics, Psychology and Literature and benefit from them when trying to explain why robots can help to make this a better world.

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Why I’m proud of my robot colleague

I’ve had the privilege of helping launch many exciting innovations during my 11 years working in robotics.

What does a successful industry look like?

Here is checklist of ingredients most know to be necessary; I’ve tweaked the expected outcomes – just a bit- to match the reality of the robotics industry.

Hannover Fair 2015 wrap up – plus YuMi® contest winners announced!

At ABB Robotics we're still coming down from the buzz that YuMi created during its unveiling.

Interpack 2014 – It’s like one big episode of “How It’s Made”

For the next week, the largest packaging trade show on the planet plays host to the trends of the future.

250,000 robots sold in 40 years – collaboration makes it possible

ABB Robotics North American Technology Days: Three days, 50 robots, and more than 1,000 attendees.

The top 10 ABB Robotics posts from 2013

Counting down the top 10 posts in Robotics for 2013 is a stroll through memory lane—and a great way to close out Robotics Month.

The top 10 ABB Robotics videos from 2013

Robots come alive on video—and this year we've stepped up our game substantially.

Top 10 robotics firsts from ABB

We've been making robots for almost 40 years now, so it shouldn't be a surprise that we've racked up a number of important firsts in the industry.

Meeting big challenges in robotics

At iREX 2013, a panel of executives from the robotics industry tackles important questions about the future of industrial robotics.
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