How does MIR work?
Compared to traditional handling systems, MIR is a step into 5.0 Industry thanks to its substantial technological content (including artificial vision, cognitive computing, and smart sensors), which place the human being in the heart of the production process by enabling machines to improve efficiency by self-integrating in daily operations.
MIR is a valuable, smart and efficient assistant, conceived natively to work together with humans from a perspective of absolute confidence and collaboration. It is equipped with sensors that can detect any potential impact with third party elements in advance (including people and other objects and systems on the factory floor), and process alternative pathways to prevent stoppage.
What is MIR for?
Because of its versatility, MIR does not replace traditional industrial robotics, but is instead trained to integrate with existing systems and plants, to increase process productivity, reduce costs, and guarantee better safety conditions in the workplace.
The MIR collaborative robot makes it possible for organizations to optimize several organizational and logistics aspects, impacting various steps along the process supply chain — from movement of goods to semi-processed items and tools — and ensuring extreme accuracy and cycle timeframe compliance.
The introduction of MIR in productive processes can favor a significant quantitative improvement, providing outcomes that are immediately quantifiable.