Advanced Cobotic

The Group has introduced collaborative robots within production lines to facilitate work, transfering the heaviest and most repetitive operations to the robot. Pilot projects are currently ongoing involving different technologies, and which they see the experimentation of new forms of collaboration between cobots and operators. Thanks to highly sophisticated software and a 3D vision system, cobots are able to recognize the right objects, collect them and install them directly on the machines and lines.

Advanced Cobotic

The Group has introduced collaborative robots within production lines to facilitate work, transfering the heaviest and most repetitive operations to the robot. Pilot projects are currently ongoing involving different technologies, and which they see the experimentation of new forms of collaboration between cobots and operators. Thanks to highly sophisticated software and a 3D vision system, cobots are able to recognize the right objects, collect them and install them directly on the machines and lines.

Support your production with
the use of cobotic force

Cobots count on sophisticated vision systems, pressure and force sensors, distributed intelligence to quickly interpret what happens in the adjacent three-dimensional space and act accordingly. The smart technology they are equipped with enables them to learn during the work phases to watch, memorize and replicate the gestures made by the operator. A series of IMA cobot’s physical advantages, such as a lighter structure for facilitated movement and an anthropomorphic appearance, allow cobots a better human/machine integration. The multiple plus systems allow cobots also the anticipated collision prediction and the handling of fragile objects (thanks to pressure sensors capable of simulating human touch).