Advanced Manufacturing, also known as Robotics, allows to make complex production systems more flexible and effective by offering greater production efficiency through the redefinition of the division between automated and manual systems.
This new interoperability allows to obtain significant reductions in errors, time and costs of the production process, ensuring total safety during human-machine interactions.
Through the constant monitoring of the market we have gained process knowledge allowing the creation of specific skills able to support customers from the analysis to the design of Advanced Manufacturing solutions in different industries.
Automate has implemented software to automate precision machines, with very short cycle times used for the production and assembly of automotive components but also packaging and distribution plants. Our solutions integrate robotic systems, sensors, actuators from different vendors and are able to orchestrate heterogeneous environments and technologies.
We have gained significant experience in industrial robotics by implementing solutions that use both traditional robots and the increasingly emerging collaborative robots (Cobot) that can streamline repetitive industrial processes and at the same time helping our customers in the process of retraining their staff with the assignment of tasks full of new challenges that bring value to the company.
With the aim of providing its customers with adequate solutions, Automate has undertaken for some time a path of enrichment of the skills of its staff on the main vendors of robotics that added to the different experiences gained in the field ensures companies access to solutions for the proper introduction of modern robots in increasingly different contexts.
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What are collaborative robots?
Collaborative Robots "Cobots" easily integrate into existing manufacturing environments. With six points of articulation and remarkable flexibility, they are designed to mimic the motility of the human arm.
From assembly to painting, screwing to labeling, injection molding to welding, and packaging to cleaning, Cobots are increasingly finding their way into the automation of plants both large and small.
Collaborative robots are characterized by an average payback time of 195 days. This is the fastest in the industry - quite simply because they do not have all the additional costs traditionally associated with automation, such as external programming resources and protected work cells.
What sets Cobots apart from traditional robots is that they can be used in contexts where human-machine interaction can be expected, this allows these technologies to be used in contexts that are easier to implement with significant reductions in investment and infrastructure constraints.