Why You Should Filling the Automation Gap In a modern workforce?
Automation is a wonderful tool, but it does not address every need.
Some industries manufacture high-mix parts with wide variations in size and shape. Other sectors, such as construction and oil and gas, have processes that are not easily automated.
Even highly automated manufacturing operations must manage variable components in environments that are dynamic and unstructured. Examples abound in shipping and receiving, kitting, and assembly processes such as sequencing heavy or oddly-shaped parts. These areas are not suited for full automation, and a more agile approach is required.
In these cases, the problem is addressed by people who step in to manage material handling, generating wear and tear in the workforce. The exoskeletons suites can fill these gaps. They empower operators to safely and efficiently package, unpackage, move and attach parts and perform other arduous tasks.