Touch Screen Testing Robots: Why Are They Useful?

Robots are no longer something that we only see in science fiction movies. Now, they’re increasingly becoming a part of our lives, businesses, and daily interactions.

However, in spite of the many benefits offered by robotics, many people still remain a bit skeptical.

In this post, we want to put that doubt to rest. Here, we’ll discuss the benefits of using touch screen testing robots for your business.

Read on to learn more about what they can do for you.

They Boost Productivity

Let’s face it — even your most productive employees can only get so much done in a single workday. They’re also much more likely to make careless and costly errors.

Especially if you’re testing products related to literally life-and-death fields, like medicine or security, you can’t afford to make mistakes.

You’ll also need to rigorously perform the exact same test, the exact same way, hundreds if not thousands of times. Humans can get tired of this — and fast.

Hiring multiple people to work around-the-clock can be a huge drain on human — not to mention financial — resources. Plus, keep in mind that the vast majority of robots are capable of completing multiple tasks at once. This is certainly one way to boost your productivity.

Now, your human employees will have more free time to dedicate to developing ideas, working on projects, and interacting with customers. This benefits everyone — not just the company itself.

Using touch screen testing robotics will cut down on your margin of error, ensure that you get more done in a single workday, and ultimately save you the human costs of things like sick leave, life insurance, and worker’s compensation.

They Can Handle Tough Conditions

Some workplaces are tougher than others. They can involve the use of chemicals, heavy loads, or simply dangerous conditions.
 Sometimes, these just aren’t conditions you want to expose human workers to.

Sure, if you’re working within touch screen testing, you might not be exposing your workers to toxic chemicals. But you are trusting them with enormously important trade secrets and sensitive information.

Even if you trust your employees implicitly, it’s still not always a good idea to put your most crucial data into their hands. Passing it off to a robot, who won’t be tempted to sell it to a competitor, is a much safer alternative.

They’ll Test Your Products

Let’s say you’ve finally finished a beta design of a new product or game. How will you know for sure if your customers will enjoy it? How can you tell whether or not your customers will respond to and appreciate its design?

In short, how can you know if it’s actually as brilliant of an idea as you think it is?

Touch screen testing robots can help.

We know what you’re thinking: but shouldn’t humans be testing that?

Actually, no. Humans may be able to objectively say whether or not they like the game or touch screen-based service, but they can’t give you an accurate reading on the statistical and empirical responsiveness of the overall design.

Robots, however, can measure precisely how accurately your design responds to touch — how sensitive it is, the exact amount of time it takes, or how closely it follows movements.

In short, while a human tester might tell you about the experience and enjoyment of playing a game, a robot can test if that game is truly working effectively.

Anyone who has ever played a game that’s destroyed by cyber bugs can tell you how crucial this is. And brands can tell you how much poorly-developed apps and games have hurt their reputation.

Plus, while a human tester might get burned out — or at least less observant — after a few rounds or minutes, your robot can keep on systematically testing for hours on end.

Further, robots can also assign specific rating systems to individual aspects of design responsiveness. This way, companies will know which aspects need improving and which ones are good to go.

They’ll Boost Your Image

Finally, there’s just something about using touch screen testing robotics that makes it clear to both your customers and your competition that you won’t quit.

Especially in today’s tech-obsessed world, consumers want to know that the company they’re working with or buying from is truly innovative. Using robotics certainly communicates that.

Plus, it will also help you to clear up the misconception that robotics will cause great damage to the human job market.
 In reality, the opposite is true.

All those little mundane, daily tasks that you hate doing? That take you away from the more creative aspects of your job? Those are the things that robotics can help to take care of.

Plus, since companies will be able to expand faster and run more efficiently, it’s highly likely that robots will help to create far more jobs than they’ll replace.

Especially if you’re interested in highly-lucrative industries like app design, robotics could help you to take your product to the next level. You’ll be able to put out a product that’s free of bugs, malware, and annoying user-based issues the first time around. This will save you both time and money.

Where Can You Find Touch Screen Testing Robots?

In spite of all the clear benefits offered by touch screen testing robots, they are still somewhat difficult to find.
 But when you’re ready to use a custom robot application to improve the production and accuracy of your products, we’re here to help you make it happen.

No matter which industry you’re currently working within, touch screen testing robots can help you to do it more efficiently. They’re also a great way to ensure that you always stay several steps ahead of the competition.

Whether you’re looking to get your first robotic system, or if you need robotics to work within a system you already have, you can trust us to provide you with the latest technology.

Spend some time on our website to learn more about of some of the robotics products and services we currently offer. Just like the industry, we’re always evolving.

Be sure to keep checking back with us to find out what’s new.


Originally published at www.sastrarobotics.com on June 28, 2017.