Cobot Intel’s Collaborative Robots Takes Over The Leading 5 Industries

Cobot Intels Collaborative Robots

Cobot Intel Makes A Mark In The Collaborative Robots Market By Pioneering Over The Top 5 Industries Which Use Cobots

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Toronto, Jul 12, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – Cobot Intel’s Collaborative robots are taking the leading industries by storm with their highly efficient performance and ease of usage. Cobots are the articulated arms which can be used to perform high-precision tasks in the industry. They complement the activities of humans and are engineered to maintain high safety standards. They are also equipped with motion detection sensors that help them to stop their activity if they sense any contact with humans. This helps to avoid any potential hazards. Further, they can be easily moved to another place and is lightweight too. 

The top 5 industries that benefited by employing Cobot Intel’s collaborative robots are:

The Manufacturing Industry

Cobot Intel’s Cobots are engineered to perform manufacturing works with minimum human intervention. These machines are commonly used for quality control by detecting non-standard or defective products with ease and then removing them from the line of manufacture. The cobots are also used for testing load pallets, tightening or affixing small objects, gluing, and application of paint. 

Healthcare Industry

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The healthcare field is all about collaboration, and this is precisely why collaborative robots by Cobot Intel are in high demand here. Simple maintenance works in the healthcare industry is easily managed by cobots. Works like putting away or setting up the beds, and other small nursing aids are done by cobots with ease. They even help in the therapy sessions for kids with developmental disabilities. These portable machines can be used for simple interactions which offer solace to these children just like a small domestic animal.

Law Enforcement Industry

Collaborative robots by Cobot Intel play a crucial role in the enforcement of the law. It helps in the disposal of bombs or to get photographic or video evidence from spots which are too dangerous for humans. They also help in setting up better communication channels between people and assist in negotiations when people are held as hostages. 

Construction Industry

The construction industry is one which involves many mechanical jobs and hence, Cobot Intel’s Cobots find many applications here. The simple routine tasks using heavy machinery is done with perfection by the collaborative industrial robots. Cobots are also used for the welding works which require absolute precision and perfection. They are also used for laying the bricks and applying the cement base over it. Thus, cobots reduce chances of injuries to personnel and also helps in reducing the construction labour costs to a great extent.

Agriculture Industry

Cobot Intel’s collaborative robots play an important role in the agriculture industry. They help in harvesting crops by automating the tasks involved in it. It even helps in handling fragile crops with the utmost care and thereby reduce the labour costs to a considerable extent. Cobot technology continues to evolve and is expected to be adopted by more and more industries in the near future. 

About Cobot Intelligence Inc.:

Cobot Intelligence Inc., based in Toronto, deals with the distribution, servicing, and training of Collaborative Robots. They offer their services to both Commercial and Industrial clients in Canada and the United States. Their products, such as the Techman Robot (TM Robot), offer smart-simple-safe solutions to a multitude of clients with production needs. In addition to their distribution efficiency, they also have a factory certified technical team who helps in training the staff and guiding them correctly throughout the implementation process.

This Press release is made on behalf of “Cobot Intelligence Inc.” by DigitalSEO a Digital Marketing Company in Chennai.

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