Solving global challenges with European service robotics
• United Robotics Group strengthens its presence in the life science sector through a icensing agreement and technology partnership with Fraunhofer IPA as well as the acquisition of the KEVIN® laboratory robot • Partnership unlocks synergies for robot-based automation of laboratories • KEVIN® increases efficiency and relieves staff in times of skills shortage
. The European leader in service robotics will present service robots in the aviation and airport sectors for the first time, responding to hospitality and security challenges. · United Robotics Co-CEO Thomas Linkenheil will explore the future role of service robotics in developing new airport experiences. · Plato, the first serving cobiot will be presented in solutions for airport hospitality from lounge service to catering. · RBWatcher, a solution for autonomous or controlled multi-sensor inspection and surveillance can support security teams on the ground.
•United Robotics Group’s iconic educational robots, NAO and Pepper, will again being used as standard platforms by 21 international qualified teams in three SPLs (Standard Plarform Leagues), including the Soccer and the @Home Major leagues and the @home education challenge. •The European leader in service robotics will also participate in a round table on the integration of generative AI software in robotics development during the NAIA.R conference •New applications for humanoid robots Pepper and NAO for education to be presented as the company continues to develop CobiotX solutions in education •The company will also introduce 30 job openings at the event, inviting potential candidates to explore career opportunities in the dynamic field of robotics.
• United Robotics Group, the European market leader in service robotics, presents an extensive portfolio of robotics solutions for various industrial sectors, leveraging the expertise of European robotics experts • CobiotX, the new generation of service robots, supports people to relieve their workload • By incorporating products from its recent acquired Spanish subsidiary Robotnik Automation, the company debuts application showcases for the inspection and maintenance sector
French-German alliance to be showcased at VivaTech 2023
Bringing together nine robotics companies with hardware and software expertise to develop the new generation of service robots, United Robotics Group is propelling Europe’s service robotic competitiveness.
Plato, a robot designed for humans, provides relief and support for employees in the hotel and catering industry - less musculoskeletal disorders and more capacities for guests and customer service.
The German-based ecosystem of service robotics companies continues to partner with experts contributing to launching the successful third generation of service robots, CobiotX.