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Cobotic systems

The essence of cobotic systems lies in the interaction between robots and operators. A motorized structure, often a robotic arm with specialized tools, is controlled through a human-machine interface and software. Collaborative robots address Industry 4.0 challenges by providing precision, dexterity, stability, and the ability to handle heavy loads, all while operating in confined spaces.

However, achieving these features requires dedicated engineering. Mechanical architectures must integrate custom sensors for safety, control, and data collection. These sensors enable real-time decision-making by observing force, torque, and other measurements accurately.

Our whitepaper, addresses challenges like safety, reliability, integration, and data processing. Finite Element Analysis optimizes sensor design, predicting behavior under various conditions. The sensor creation process involves material selection, design optimization, prototyping, and testing.

Cobot sensors must be reliable in varying environments and integrate seamlessly with control systems. They also need to be cost-effective, easy to maintain, and adaptable to different tasks.

This whitepaper explains how sensors based on strain gauges play a pivotal role, providing precision even in demanding applications.

Team of Industrial Robotics Engineers Gathered Around Table With Robot Arm, They Use Tablet Computer to Manipulate and Program it to Pick Up and Move Metal Component. Focus on Hands

Whitepaper: Benefits of Strain Gauge Technology for Industrial Cobots

Collaborative robots, or cobots, are increasingly popular and are designed to interact safely and in close proximity to humans, offering OEMs a cost-effective way to automate industrial processes.

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