posted 16th March 2021
Conveyor tracking - many areas of robot-assisted automation would be inconceivable without conveyor tracking. With an image processing system, even objects in a chaotic position can be detected on the conveyor belt.
Press technology - robots synchronise with one another, and with the press, so they never stop working.
R&D robots - can be synchronised by a single controller.
Robot control systems - in some use cases are more efficient than PLC.
Robot coordination - multiple robots working in harmony, controlled by one master computer.
Robots for producing personalised medicines - to meet evolving consumer demands.
Cleanroom robots - highly-specialised robots that can detect minute changes in air quality and protect the integrity of your product.
Robots in the laboratory - to aid your scientists in innovating faster and saving more lives.
Vision- cutting-edge camera technology to recognise, measure, and adjust robots automatically.
As well as robots for filling, inspection, packaging, dispensing, feed placement, cutting, picking-and-placing, sorting and order picking.