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Technology colleague robot comes around the corner - Seat tests Effibot at the Martorell

13:20  14 may  2021
13:20  14 may  2021 Source:   auto-motor-und-sport.de

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EffiBOT is a robot developed by the French company Effidence, and SEAT is working together to adapt operations at the Martorell factory. The robot can process constant 360-degree readings, track the person tapping the touch screen as it moves through the factory, and move around people and things. EffiBOT can transport all kinds of materials needed to assemble a car, can carry up to 250 kg and pull up to 500 kg, removing the burden of carrying heavy loads from workers, among other tasks. ..

The autonomous mobile robots – also known as EffiBOTs – work autonomously yet collaboratively with the workforce at Seat ’s manufacturing hub, adapting to their needs to make their jobs easier. Significantly reducing the amount of walking required to perform their jobs, the robotic workforce helps with tasks such as transporting components around the huge 2.8 million square meter facility. The EffiBOT was developed by French company Effidence, in collaboration with Seat , which helped adapt it for its operations at the Martorell plant.

factory The Volkswagen daughter SEAT sets two autonomously driving robots for the load transport at the Martorell plant. The Effibot were built have been built in France and then programmed for use with the car maker.

Einer von zwei EffiBOTs, die Seat im Werk Martorell testet. © Seat One of two effibutors that SEAT tests Martorell at the Martorell plant.

"I have a new colleague, who is a robot!" Such sentences are reminiscent of science-fiction films of the 1980s. Quickly runs a Humanider sheet camera with bright face in front of the inside eye.

The reality has longed this scenario long ago, but in a very different way. Robots have already supported the workers in factories for years. In further digitized production sites, also known under the collective term "Industry 4.0", the machines increases a larger variety of tasks. The message that Seat now uses robots in the Spanish plant Martorell, is therefore quite timely.

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The EffiBOT is a robot developed by French company Effidence, with which SEAT has collaborated to adapt its operation to the processes at the Martorell plant. Processing constant 360º readings, it is capable of following the person who tapped its touchscreen as they move around the factory, without the need for them to have any device on them even if they come across any person or object in their way. Among other tasks, the EffiBOT removes the burden of carrying heavy loads from workers, as it can transport all kinds of materials needed for car assembly, whether carrying up to 250 kilos or

The EffiBOT is a robot developed by French company Effidence, with which SEAT S.A. has collaborated to adapt its operation to the processes at the Martorell plant. Processing constant 360º readings, it is capable of following the person who tapped its touchscreen as they move around the factory, without the need for them to have any device on them even if they come across any person or object in their way. Among other tasks, the EffiBOT removes the burden of carrying heavy loads from workers, as it can transport all kinds of materials needed for car assembly, whether carrying up to 250

up to 750 kg payload

The new entries in the parent plant at the headquarters of the Volkswagen daughter have no strong arms or long legs. They roll! Two effibutors, which are delivered by the French manufacturer Effidence, support the employees in the factory.

The effibutors have a variety of sensors on board, with which they are oriented. You can pull up to 250 kilograms of heavy cargo shoulders or pendants with a maximum weight of 500 kilograms. Parts of all kinds needed for the production of cars can drive the robots to goals in the factory and thus provide more efficient processes. In addition to the autonomous driving function, you can also follow automatically a person and avoid possible obstacles. A system with grinding in the floor, as is already known in the industry, is not needed for effibutors.

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SEAT has introduced new autonomous robots to work collaboratively with its staff at the Martorell factory. The autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) – also known as EffiBOTs – work autonomously yet collaboratively with the workforce at SEAT ’s manufacturing hub, adapting to their needs to make their jobs easier. Significantly reducing the amount of walking required to perform their jobs, the robotic workforce helps with tasks such as transporting components around the huge 2.8 million square meter facility.

The autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) – also known as EffiBOTs – work autonomously yet collaboratively with the workforce at SEAT ’s manufacturing hub, adapting to their needs to make their jobs easier. The robotic workforce helps with tasks such as transporting components around the huge 2.8 million square Processing constant 360-degree readings, the robot can follow the person who tapped its touchscreen as they move around the factory. The EffiBOT is a robot developed by French company Effidence, with which SEAT has collaborated to adapt its operations at the Martorell plant.

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