How Autonomous Robots Automate High-Mix Spray Processes

May 12, 2021 |

This technology uses a combination of 3D vision and AI to accomplish these goals for both static and conveyor-based processes while allowing for easy configuration, management, and maintenance.

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Robots are known for their productivity, consistency, and reliability, but the programming and jigging requirements for existing systems make them difficult to deploy for high-mix manufacturers. Autonomous robotics technology is different; it can see your parts in their environment, plan a unique robot motion according to the part's real shape and position, and execute a process to maximum quality and consistency with already-available industrial robots from major OEMs. This technology uses a combination of 3D vision and AI to accomplish these goals for both static and conveyor-based processes while allowing for easy configuration, management, and maintenance. It also provides productivity improvements, consumables and energy savings, reduced rework, and elimination of process-driven health and safety risks.

Agenda:

  • How autonomous robotic technology works for high-mix spray processes
  • How a system can be configured
  • The limitations of current systems
  • The core benefits and opportunities relative to existing and available spray or coating systems
  • Who is best suited to such a system, the requirements, and general payback of installation

Presenter 1:

Robert Ravensbergen

Marketing Director

Robert Ravensbergen is the Marketing Director at Omnirobotic. New to the robotics industry—but with a background in automation and AI—he helps bring new products to market and enables partners to bring vital solutions to their customers.

Robert Ravensbergen

Presenter 2:

Sam Gerges

Director of Business Development

Sam Gerges is the Sales Director at Omnirobotic. His longtime background in robotics integration and automation guides many Omnirobotic customers to greater outcomes and helps partners define clear goals and use cases for Omnirobotic's novel approach to autonomous robotics.