Robotic processing Automation As a Service

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The majority of factory floors need automation to survive. Businesses are struggling to keep up with the as well as the decline of available labor from consumers using old-line equipment. 

 

It shouldn’t be a requirement to disrupt a bottom line to maintain growth. This is why “as a Service” models have become enormously popular, especially in the consumer-goods packaging sector.

 

The most well-known of these solutions is robots as a service (RaaS). It offers an elevated level of convenience, cost-efficiency, and is easy to implement into existing workflows.

What is Robots as a Service?

RaaS gives each warehouse access to robotic processing automation (RPA) and its benefits without needing to pay upfront from service robots. This is an ideal solution for producers that don’t have the skill or resources to maintain robotic process automation services. 

 

The RaaS process works by employing intelligent hardware to factories with cloud-based programming and automation. Users can supply power, train robots, and deploy the workcells. This speeds up production capabilities while being able to adjust a line for market changes.

Benefits of RAAS for Industries

Robots as a service is being installed at an unbelievable pace due to the exceptional benefit of its flexibility, scalability, and lower cost of entry than traditional robotic services. 

 

Robotics system integration provides users the ability to gather, analyze and manage data in the cloud. It keeps a seamless flow of data and uninterrupted production without compromising operations.

 

Manufacturers can train their robots to execute monotonous or hazardous jobs that hinder production. This form of process automation service allows producers to see fast returns on investment (ROI). 

 

Due to the increasing labor costs, labor shortage, businesses can also leverage automated robotic systems to implement robotic workcells into human-centric environments. 

 

Robotics as a service companies, such as RIOS Intelligent Machines, are ready to implement workcells that meet all your various and changing market needs.

Every day, RIOS and other robotics as a service companies are working to advance their technology to tackle more complex and niche issues.

 

Robotics services and experts can help provide the most up-to-date expertise to solve all robotic or analytics-related issues. Consider: Will there be a direct impact on cost savings? What is the impact of the process on an enterprise-wide effort? Are there any major upcoming changes to the process?

 

Answering these questions will steer you to your appropriate automated robotic systems.

How Can We Help You With Robotics System Integration?

Three Steps to Implementing Robotic Processing Automation

When it comes to installing robotic automation services, there are three essential steps:

1. Search for Suitable Use Cases

This initial stage can be identified as the foundation of any robotic automation system. Look for automation corporations that have demonstrated that they are stable, standardized, and predictable.

This initial stage can be identified as the foundation of any robotic automation system. Look for automation corporations that have demonstrated that they are stable, standardized, and predictable.

2. Shortlist the Most Suitable Vendors

Which robotic service company will become essential for successful RPA programs? You have to seek answers to these needs:

 

  • Automation development capabilities

  • Hosting and cloud capabilities

  • Enterprise IT software development life cycle capabilities

  • Integration features

  • Security, compliance and governance capabilities

3. Test-Drive Shortlisted Vendors' Products

Be sure to test-drive the shortlisted vendors options. Establish an agenda with a list of desired outcomes. This ensures a workflow will effectively evaluate and compare products.

“RIOS is a necessary piece of the puzzle to help our customers meet production goals and grow year over year with limited labor resources.”

Michael Thomas Ward, Material Handling Specialist/Engineer
V & H Material Handling

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