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ARM Announces FANUC America as Its 200th Member

Less than three years after its formation in 2017, Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) has announced that its membership base has grown to more than 200 organizations, with FANUC being the 200th member. FANUC is a world leader in robotics, CNC systems and factory automation.

FANUC joins ARM's growing ecosystem of diverse member organizations across the nation that includes large robotic solution providers, start-ups, education/workforce training organizations, small, medium and large manufacturers, traditional universities, community colleges and more. ARM members bridge the gaps between industry, government and academia to collaborate on the future of manufacturing through technology and workforce innovations.

"We are honored to be a member of ARM," said Paul Aiello, Director of Education, FANUC America. "FANUC has a long history of partnering with education and shares ARM's commitment to workforce training to help improve the skill level of our manufacturing workforce."

"FANUC's industry-education curriculums and certifications focus on the need to prepare a talented pipeline of workers who possess the core competencies and automation technology skills to work in high-tech manufacturing," added Aiello. "We look forward to collaborating with ARM to help inspire our future workforce and connect with leading manufacturers to help solve their production challenges with advanced robotic and automation technologies."

"We are thrilled to have reached this milestone," said ARM CEO, Dr. Byron Clayton "The quality and quantity of member organizations on board speak to these organizations' passion for innovation and dedication to empowering American workers and strengthening U.S. manufacturing."

To date, ARM has 40 active projects spanning technology and workforce development, with approximately 43% of its member organizations participating in one or more project. ARM also recently announced its fifth Technology Project Call, which will expand its project portfolio.

For more information contact:

Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM)

Mill 19 A Suite 200

4501 Lytle St.

Pittsburgh, PA 15207


FANUC America Corporation

3900 West Hamlin Road

Rochester Hills, MI 48309-3253

888-FANUC-US (326-8287)

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