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Intelligent robots

Many operations that are handled by human resources today can be carried out by robots. Woitech works with what we call intelligent robot solutions, and we are experts combining and integrating regular automation and robots. We deliver innovative robot solutions custom made to your production line.


Standard robots are the most common used. The standard robots do not have any integrated safety and therefor requires a safety mesh or similar around the robot. The standard robots are specially known from automatic palletizing. It is typically a good solution for palatizing application because it is cheaper than the alternative. But it also requires a lot of space.


Collaborative robots also known as Cobots have the advantage that safety is integrated in the robot. Therefore, safety mesh is not required around the robot. This means that the robot can be installed in places where operators also work. The robot can be installed in places where there is not much space, for example in existing production lines with limited space.

The collaborative robot can become your employees' new colleague.


Woitech offers both robot solutions. The choice depends which solution meets the customer's needs best.


Robots are made intelligent

By integrating vision into robot solutions makes the robot able to react on variations. Then the robots become intelligent. Robots can use vision technology to solve tasks that were not possible previously- This is typically processing or handling products with large variations.

It is often not necessary to integrate the vision system with a robot to solve a task. We always choose the most cost-effective solution and focus on the customer's ROI when we choose solution. 

Vision systems

Woitech integrates both complex and simple vision technologies. The complexity depends on the specific task in a project. 


Vision systems features:



Production companies are able to detect shape deviations with vision technology in products before the defect develops into a systematic problem. In an automated production line, defects can occur in all stages from raw products to final packaging. Based on this then it makes good sense to incorporate camera technology in all stages of the production chain - and not only in the most critical points around the manufacture of the core product.


The final product where product information and product content do not match can be costly and damage the company's reputation. Vision technology can inspect and check whether the product content is complete and at the same time also check whether the product information matches the content - for example by using QR codes, barcodes or letter recognition, all of which help to meet increasing requirements for traceability of products.


Surface defects can cause problems on several levels. There are cosmetic defects that drag down the customer's perception of the company's general quality level - for example in the form of dissimilar products. But there are also more serious defects where the manufacturer risks having the product discarded. Of course, Vision technology can not correct errors in the product itself, but the cameras can detect errors where the information is passed on to the customer or a machine rejects the product on the basis of the individual error.


It is crucial In an automated production that the products are accurately positioned. If a product is placed incorrectly for the process, then systematic and repeated errors in the production line will probability occur. This means that not just one, but an entire series of products deviates from the standard and must be discarded. Upon integration, the vision system can detect position errors and the following robot, or the automated process can take action on the data collected in the vision system.

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