As robotic technology continues to evolve, we’ll help ensure that your machines meet the highest standards for safety, reliability and performance.
We help the makers of industrial controls, drives, and motors keep pace with automation technology and navigate a fragmented value chain.
As advancements in robotic technology have drastically shifted in the last few decades, our mission has become even more important. Unlike the caged and confined applications of their predecessors, many industrial robots these days are interacting side-by-side with personnel and end users.
The demand for automation technology is growing as companies across industries look for ways to streamline and speed production and manufacturing. This creates a significant opportunity for the makers and service providers of manufacturing control and execution systems, electric motors and drives, sensors, regulators, and robotics. We help these companies capture market opportunities and address the challenges associated with increasingly complex automation systems, fragmented value chains, diverse customer requirements, and the growing emphasis on software.
Our team has deep expertise in the manufacturing methods and requirements of discrete industries, such as automotive and assembly, as well as process industries, such as pulp and paper, and bulk chemcials.
Robot safety certification and robot compliance are our top priorities. We have a team of machinery and functional safety experts with a broad range of experience in consumer and industrial applications, including automotive, medical, personal care, pharmaceutical, agriculture and mining. They offer robotics equipment services ranging from advisory and testing services to inspection and certification. By customizing these offerings, we can tailor a solution that fits your specific needs.
Ultimately, our goal is to make sure that your machines and systems perform in the way that you expect them to. We will do that by confirming robot compliance to the following safety considerations and international regulations:
– UL 3100, Outline of Investigation for Automated Mobile Platforms (AMPs)
– American National Standards Institutes (ANSI)/UL 1740, Standard for Robots and Robotic Equipment
– ANSI/Robotic Industries Association (RIA) R15.06
– CAN/Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Z434
– International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 10218
– ISO 13482
– International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 61508
– IEC 62061