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Sberbank and KUKA presented a methodology for calculating the effectiveness of the use of autonomous manipulation systems

KUKA and Sberbank’s Robotics Laboratory presented a methodology for calculating the effectiveness of using autonomous manipulation systems.

Sberbank experts described the principles and approaches to measuring the effectiveness of the use of autonomous robotic systems in comparison with manual human labor.

KUKA Roboter Is a German company manufacturing industrial robots. The company claims to be one of the top three suppliers of industrial robots to the automotive industry globally and a leading supplier in the European market. KUKA has 25 subsidiaries in the USA, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, China, Korea, Taiwan, India and almost all European countries, mainly sales and service.

Representatives of KUKA analyzed the proposed methodology (see the article on Habré) and assessed its applicability for current and future automation projects using autonomous control systems with equipment KUKA .

“We are trying to transfer our accumulated experience and knowledge into the creation of convenient tools for the development of various sectors of the economy. The techniques we are implementing will help our partners and clients avoid mistakes and make an informed decision when switching to modern digital technologies, “says Stanislav Kuznetsov , Deputy Chairman of the Management Board of Sberbank.

Standards in the field of robotization, they have existed for a long time, but with the development of computing facilities, robots are acquiring more and more autonomy, this makes us think and look in a new way at automation tasks. Where manual labor was previously used for lack of alternatives, the introduction of modern robots has become increasingly acceptable.

“Such a benchmark will be useful for diagnosing business cases. It will be appreciated by industry representatives and system integrators involved in the construction of robotic plants. It will allow us to quickly determine the standard conditions under which it is more profitable to switch to robotization, and for us, as equipment manufacturers, to more accurately understand the needs of our customers, “notes Dmitry Kapishnikov , General Director KUKA Russia

Formerly Sberbank’s Robotics Laboratory and KUKA signed a strategic partnership agreement. As part of the agreement, the companies plan to create joint robotic solutions for various production areas.

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