Robotics as a Service delivers industry flexibility

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asked Sep 13, 2022 in 3D Segmentation by freeamfva (39,060 points)

Robotics as a Service delivers industry flexibility

Robots can be used to increase productivity in manufacturing, but the typical robot is highly specialized for a particular task. It’s ill-suited to the evolving requirements of a manufacturing plant that might have 25 assembly lines and produces a diverse range of products. Capgemini helps create flexible solutions for use in industrial environments, assisting employees with some of their most challenging tasks.To get more news about Robotics as a Service, you can visit official website.

Capgemini integrates its Teach Robot Yourself “TRY” software, machine learning and Intel technology with leading robotics innovators to create flexible and programmable robotic solutions that help manufacturers and other technology businesses assist workers, increase productivity and improve ROI. Capgemini’s Robotics as a Service (RaaS) enables businesses to affordably procure, adapt and deploy robots for use cases across many different industries using a flexible AI enhanced service model.

To deploy IoT enabled robotics capabilities without making heavy up-front investments or to learn more, contact one of our industry experts.
Time: Vendor selection and project management for a deployment can be incredibly time-consuming, and many end users simply don’t have the time to execute
Capital: Large upfront CapEx investments are expensive and slow to budget for
Expertise: Lack of in-house expertise can make it difficult for companies to even know where to begin, how much automating will cost, and which vendors to work with
Inflexibility: High CapEx investments are hard to justify with any level of uncertainty over long-term production requirements. The possibility of change within even a 4 year time horizon can introduce serious risk of high future repurposing costs, or worse, an expensive robot sitting idle
Risk and Unforeseen Expenses: Automation deployments can bring risk and a range of costs that are difficult to predict, ranging from minor to catastrophic
Formic’s model removes all five of those barriers to entry. We make deploying automation fast, affordable, accessible to all levels of knowledge, flexible, and risk-free.

Since we only charge a low hourly rate on system uptime, our model aligns Formic with the interests of our customers. We are incentivized to maximize the ROI of every application we deploy.

To learn more about which types of applications are best suited for automation, please read this post from our VP of Robotics and Co-founder, Misa Ilkhechi.

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