RIOS Intelligent Machines Incorporated is conceptualizing new components for the factory of the future.
In the face of an increasingly-unreliable labor force and continued budget constraints across industrial facilities, the automation machinery company has designed multi-SKU palletizing workcells to help lighten the load.
The new workcells employ AI-powered vision for object recognition and identification, while the proprietary packaging algorithm determines the optimal way to stack product. The result is more efficient and more cost-effective packing. Goods of any size or shape can be handled by these palletizing robotic workcells, which come with three options for different stacking modes: interleaved, column-stacked, and hollow core.
These robots are engineered to help make the transition from manual labor to automation far easier, and more gradual. They can be integrated into existing factory workflows, and act as extensions of any human operators already on the assembly line. In their words, “Let our AI-powered robots do the heavy lifting.”
Furthermore, according to RIOS, this first round of workcells only represent the very beginning of what will eventually become a complete suite of full stack robotics hardware, powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning. The suite will autonomously manage all aspects of production, movement, and packaging for various products.
RIOS was founded by engineers who have seen extensive failures in existing robotics services for factories, and who are dedicated to designing intelligent machines to help improve automation for factories, warehouses, and supply chain operations.
Whether your goal is to automate labor-intensive tasks, or to eventually create a full-scale “lights-out” factory, RIOS will support your future goals in order to advance the industrial and fabrication industries into the 21st century and beyond.