Industrial automation and robotisation is constantly evolving throughout the world and covers all sectors. In the past, both automation and robotisation were mainly used in the automotive industry, while today they are penetrating almost all areas of human activity. They can be found in the aeronautical, food and woodworking industries, as well as other sectors in various activities, such as painting, dying, cutting, polishing, etc. It is a masterpiece that causes admiration, even among the most demanding.
Robotisation is used in industries where flexibility is required, while automation is suitable for jobs where elements of the same dimensions are repeatedly produced.
While there is an ongoing global debate about displacement of human labour in favour of automation and robotisation, we at Nopromat believe that robots and employees work hand in hand, namely, robots relieve employees of the burden of work in the production of harmful products, physically demanding work or work carried out under dangerous working conditions and, last but not least, monotonous work. With the introduction of automation and robotization, companies contribute to greater competitiveness and economy in production. Shorter production times, reduction of production costs and an increase in productivity lead to a higher profit for the company. By avoiding the human factor in the production process, it is possible to achieve uninterrupted production, stable processes, guaranteed constant quality of the final products and greater flexibility to meet market requirements.