Solving Today’s Challenges
Robotic automation solutions can take on many modern industry challenges such as the pandemic and labor shortages. To have peace of mind during uncertain times, it’s good to know you can count on a robot for several reasons:
ROBOTS DON’T CALL IN SICK
Robots will keep on moving at consistent rates all day without vacation time, lunch breaks or sick days. If you need production to continue overnight, robots can often run without human tending.
ROBOTS DON’T NEED TO BE QUARANTINED
No need for social distancing and masking with robots. Whether in a pandemic or just in flu season, there’s no concern about being contagious with a robot. A human can work alongside a collaborative robot and never worry about whether their work partner is spreading germs.
ROBOTS IMPROVE EMPLOYEE RETENTION AND ADVANCEMENT
When a robot is doing the dirty, dangerous and repetitive tasks, it frees up humans to take on more challenging and satisfying responsibilities such as programming, setup, and quality control. Employees are hard to find and keep, so it’s best to make the most of their skills in jobs that require human judgement, not mundane duties.
ROBOTS HELP COMPANIES GROW
Because robots increase productivity, quality and throughput, many companies using robots are able to be more competitive and take on more work. Whether it’s competing against a neighboring business or trying to get reshoring opportunities, robots help to expand and often take on more skilled workers.
ROBOTS ARE EASY TO USE
With a teach pendant, intelligent software and intuitive interfaces, skilled workers can be trained to program robots in little time. Offline programming systems allow the robot to be programmed and tested from a PC or tablet.
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There will always be a level of uncertainty in business, but having a robot on your team gives you the advantage to stay productive and competitive even in challenging times. Contact us today!
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