Just a few years ago, large areas of production technology were characterized by manual activities. Today, robotic automation is the means of choice to meet the desire for increased efficiency and to counter the shortage of skilled workers.
Above all, this is being implemented in series production. However, these solutions are often rigidly chained and thus inflexible, not very adaptable and only changeable with a lot of effort. Each reprogramming and subsequent certification costs a lot of time and money. Highly flexible robots are often used, but the potential of their possibilities is still exploited far too rarely.
While large companies have long had their planning groups, specialists and trained employees for robot automation, many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in particular do not currently have the prerequisites for robot automation. They are always faced with the question: Is automation worthwhile at all? You can find out the answer by clicking on the full article.