Applied Robotics

Applied Robotics is a leading global provider of specialized end-of-arm tooling and connectivity solutions. As the robotics company create designs meeting unique application and market needs, they bring new levels of flexibility and efficiency to bear on the industrial material handling process. Since 1983, Applied Robotics has been the company that industries turn to when productivity is being stalled by their existing tooling options. Applied Robotics can solve this problem by developing specialized tooling solutions that can offer you a better competitive advantage. Applied Robotics will find the routes to delivering higher productivity and innovative solutions to industries worldwide. Applied Robotics provides robotic solutions to companies all over the world and sustain markets including automotive, electronics, pharmaceuticals, and packaged goods. Details

 
 

Fetch Robotics

Fetch Robotics (Fetch · Robotic Tech) is a US robot bench developing the self-propelled robot “Freight”. The company is a venture that has gained much attention as it raised $ 20 million in funds from three companies, mainly Softbank, in June 2015.

Freight is an autonomous running logistics support robot that can load up to 100 kg of baggage. As cargo supports the transportation of luggage, workers can concentrate on picking work and assembling work, and enterprises will improve their productivity by having robots handle transportation work.

Unlike the AGV of the future, it is possible to carry out navigation on environmental changes by installing autonomous intelligence and creating a map of the surroundings by oneself. In addition to basic information such as below and beyond the parcels in the warehouse and the factory and the electricity storage stations, rules such as the movement priority route and the no-go area for each area can be embedded in the map, and information is shared by multiple robots . It is possible to respond flexibly.Details

 
 

ARS Automation

ARS is a worldwide italian supplier of flexible automation systems located in Arezzo, Tuscany. They stands out for innovative solutions thanks to its team of professionals, whose experiences range from robotics, to machine vision, to non-destructive x-ray technology.

Over the years, ARS has developed significant experience in designing special machines for electronic, automotive, cosmetic, medical and food markets. ARS team combines its automation experience with latest innovations, proposing flexible, reliable, precise and technologically advanced solutions, such as the flexible and innovative feeder Flexibowl®.

Their solutions are always designed to meet the customer’s requirements, aiming at ensuring high-quality performances and efficiency. ARS operates within corporate networks and collaborates with OEMs and System Integrators in Italy and abroad.

While still being a small company, ARS has an internal R&D division and cooperates with Universities and R&D Centers in Italy.Thanks to the financial support granted by Regione Toscana (Progetto finanziato nel quadro del POR FESR Toscana 2014-2020) ARS is developing new solutions for flexible automation. Details

 
 

Googol Technology

Googol Technology (HK) Ltd. is the first high-tech company in the Asia Pacific region specializing in R&D, production, marketing, and support of motion controllers and controller based systems. Googol Technology’s motion controllers and systems are applied in a wide range of industries including semiconductor / microelectronics, plastic injection molding, and CNC machine tools. Regional application engineering expertise, strong support, cost effectiveness, and high performance set Googol Technology apart from the rest. Googol Technology was founded in 1999 by experts in motion control and mechatronics with over 60 years of combined experience in R&D and management in UC Berkley, MIT, and Bell Lab. The company is located in entrepreneur center of Hong Kong University of Science & Technology. Details

 
 

Micro Motion Technology

Micro Motion Technology Co., Ltd. ( “MMT”) is the leading provider of manual, motorized precision stages and nano-grade precision stages. MMT also specializes in customized long stroke air bearing and air floating stages. Since the company was founded in 1998, MMT has developed not only 250 kinds of standard manual states and 80 kinds of standard motorized stages but has also delivered 3,000 mm stroke air bearing stages. MMT is confident in offering your company the best solutions as the market grows and changes. MMT prides on being flexible with customers needs, and is ready to help you succeed. Details

 
 

Muscle

Established in 1988, Muscle was inspired by the dream of an engineer to create products that would benefit and contribute to the development of technology and civilization, eventually leading to the actualization of such a dream in the form of Muscle Corporation. Six years later, Muscle Corporation was approved as a recipient of an investment trust from the Osaka Prefecture Research and Development type Enterprise Promotion Foundation. In its 10th year, it succeeded in the development of products approved by the Food and Drug Association (FDA) and began exporting medical devices to major medical companies in the USA. Though being a small company, Muscle has developed into an intelligent vehicle that possesses a high level of technological and sales expertise. In addition, Muscle is playing an active role as a fabless company that outsources manufacturing to world-class companies. Actualizing what other companies cannot accomplish through the acquisition of patents and the accumulation of knowledge is the policy that defines Muscle Corporation’s existence as a rapidly growing company today. Details

 
 

Precise Automation

Precise Automation designs and sells compact, low-cost, high performance vision-guided robotic motion controllers with integrated motor drives and a line of new mechanisms for the electronics, semiconductor, and life sciences industries. Precise partners with OEM’s in the design, manufacturing, integration, and distribution of these products. The vision-guided motion controllers integrate motor drives, powerful, user-friendly software and vision and network capabilities in a small foot print. These controllers can drive and control small robots as well as room size gantries. Details

 
 

Sightech

Sightech is an innovated manufacturer of industrial vision systems for quality inspection and factory automation. Offering revolutionary approaches to inspection, Sightech provides machine vision that learns how to recognize parts or monitor repetitive processes all by itself. This powerful self-learning vision technology opens up new frontiers to quality management and solves problems that were never found in the past.

Sightech’s devices are special because they are self-learning; in other words, there is no need for programming! The artificial intelligence called Neuro-RAMTM inspects images too complex for conventional vision systems. A manufacturer simply has to define the devices good parts and teach acceptable items. After a couple of minutes or seconds of training, the devices will then be able to detect if a part is good or not. Sightech’s new technology identifies image variations in high speed yet provides quality in trainable technology. Details

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