Automating a process or a sequence of tasks can be a daunting task both from a technical and commercial point of view. We can help you determine whether Automation is right for you.
POMO Robotics offers a free, no-obligation Application Assessment service to find out if robotic automation is for you. We look at tasks from both a robotic and automation point of view in 6 steps. Take a look at our steps below:
We start off by looking at your existing process that requires automation. Each repeatable step is assessed on an individual basis to ensure that we can come up with the best possible robotic solution to replace these activities. We also assess other steps upstream or downstream of the process to identify room for automation and possibilities for you to save time and money
The next step is cycle time assessment or simply put the time it takes to carry out an activity from a robotic point of view. This can be from simple pick and place, manoevuring an object to get to its final location, drawing or following a pattern, twisting, turning, pressing and anything in between that needs to be confirmed in order to specify the right robot for the task that it needs to carry out
With established partnership with key players in the market, POMO Robotics then selects the optimum robot for the job. This can range from collaborative applications for low cycle times to industrial cobots in guarded cells for higher cycle times and tto accomodate the working environment. We work with our partners in industry to identify robots that fit your bespoke task or application. Where possible a combination of multiple robots maybe used to meet the brief
A robot has two basic moves; a “pose” which prepares itself for the move or the operation and a “localisation”; a position (or a series of positions) in space where the robot needs to get to in order to carry out a task without colliding, obstructing or going into an error state. This is imperative to ensure that the ancillary equipment selected for the task does the job. We develop a sequence of steps that need to be taken to define what we call the robot motion sequence
A range of ancillary equipment is developed to facilitate the cycle time and your automation goals. This could be a combination of standard off the shelf components or development of bespoke equipment. We develop concept level equipment including end of arm tools, conveyors, work stations and initial safety features in 3D so that you can see exactly what you would get for your investment
Taking the information we have captured from various briefs and meetings; combined with our development work at the various stages; POMO Robotics put together an outline proposal with costs, expected ROIs over 2 to 3 years, preliminary operating speeds and a sequence of operations and much more
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