The COVID-19 outbreak has affected the way we live, work, and treat each other in daily life. It’s not only about wearing masks and using sanitizers every time we enter a building. The pandemic has changed one of the most vital parts of our normal life – how we work. This refers not only to millions of people who have started working remotely but also to AI machines that slowly enter our lives. Since 2020, robotic process automation services have become more widespread than ever.
When thousands of corporations, even the largest ones, were closed until further notice, automation looked like a great way out. It allowed them to continue to produce electronics, automobiles, and other vitally important goods.
The development of robotic processing automation
Office clerks won’t be surprised to hear about this technology. However, manufacturing workers didn’t deal with it too often until the pandemic struck. After that, it was clear that staff could no longer come to the plant and work as they used to do before. Our company, RIOS, was one of the first to offer ready-made solutions to help manufacturing plants keep producing their goods during those hard times.
Meet our fully AI-powered robots that can easily replace human operators dealing with reoccurring tasks:
- ASTRIA for quick material handling
- DION for food items handling
- LUMOS for quality control
- HERMES for packing SKUs into poly bags
- VULCAN for sorting, packing, and palletizing goods
They’re easy to program and require a few hours to get fully installed.
Upsides of applying robotics system integration
As time passed by, it became clear that machines were not only helpful in terms of production continuation. They can also speed up workflows and increase profitability. On top of it, the majority of actions performed by robots are more precise and delicate.
Implementing robotic automation during COVID-19 has shown the world that every crisis brings benefits and advancements. It’s now widely used to cope with the growing consumer demand and to develop new quality standards.