Here are Top 10 Robotics manufacturers that keep changing the world of robotics and the ecosystem of industrial production..
The rehabilitation robot market grows 40-fold between 2014 and 2020, fueled by advancements in rehab/therapy robots, active prostheses, exoskeletons, and wearable robotics. Although India is lagging behind to jump in the race exactly the way as it never was in the race in past technological developments yet still major global robotics companies have made a bet on the Indian market.
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Here are Top 10 Robotics manufacturers that keep changing the world of robotics and the ecosystem of industrial production…
GreyOrange is a multinational technology company that designs, manufactures and deploys advanced robotics systems for automation with combined expertise in robotics, hardware, and software engineering to solve operational inefficiencies in warehouse operations at both third-party logistics vendors as well as companies with in-house logistics functions. With in-house Mechanical, Electrical, Embedded, UI/UX, Software department and quality assurance teams.
Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Singapore with offices in India, Hong Kong, UAE, Germany and Japan, providing 24×7 customer support globally and have grown rapidly from a two-man team and today have 650+ employees.Over 35% of employees work in the state-of-the-art Research and Development centre in Gurgaon, India with key clients include major e-commerce players such as Flipkart, PepperFry, Jabong, Myntra logistics companies such as Kerry Logistics, Aramex, DTDC, Delhivery, Gojavas, Loggi, Nitori and Ninja Van.
KUKA Robotics (India) is part of the worldwide operating KUKA Robot Group. KUKA Robotics (India) Private Limited was incorporated in India in May 2006. Today KUKA India’s key clientele include most of the major automobile and other engineering as well as non-engineering companies
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With Indian operations headquartered in Gurgaon, KUKA India has a state of the art Service and Training centre in Pune. It is one of the world’s leading suppliers of industrial robots with core competencies in the development, production and sale of industrial robots, controllers and software. KUKA Robotics employs about 4000 people worldwide. In 2016, sales totaled more than 993 million Euro. More than 30 global subsidiaries provide a presence in the major markets of Europe, America and Asia.
PARI is amongst the largest global automation companies with over 970+ employees and 8 facilities worldwide. The solid engineering strength enables PARI to be a complete “Solution Provider”, from conceptualizing, designing, manufacturing, implementing and supporting advanced factory automation systems. It provides its customers with the solutions they need to enhance productivity and achieve their manufacturing goals.
4. FANUC INDIA
FANUC CORPORATION, Japan is a pioneer in CNC technology since 1956. In today’s manufacturing amongst the most reliable and dependable brands on any shop-floor. This has resulted in our achieving a dominant share in the demanding CNC and ROBOT markets. It also produced software, controls, and vision products that aid in the development of robotic systems.
Founded in 1992 with its headquarters in Bangalore. They offer state-of-the-art CNC Packages with digital servo technology that are highly reliable with user-friendly operator and maintenance interfaces. They enjoy a leadership position in the Indian machine-tools industry and is ideally poised to meet all your automation needs.
Systemantics is a robotics based automation solutions to industry earlier but has now moved to developing robots as products and they developed the first product — a 6 DOF hybrid robot, which is under Beta testing. The first product will target machine tending application in industry. The mission of the company is to automate strenuous, repetitive and hazardous tasks in industry, which do not require human judgment and thereby improve working conditions in the industry.
Founded in 1995 by Dr. Jagannath Raju, headquartered out of Bangalore, India. Dr. Jagannath Raju has been in design & development of robotic systems for more than 30 years. The company has accomplished several innovations in robotics and industrial automation such as under water robots and walking machines and They focused exclusively on the manufacture of high-quality industrial robots with design innovations that facilitate affordable solutions and a faster ROI.
Hi-Tech Robotic Systemz, Focused on developing products for next generation of transportation with its core tech for Self Driving Vehicles both for man and material transportation. They are going global with their proven track record and long-term contracts with blue chip OEMs for driver assistive systems, AEB, autopilots, and fully autonomous vehicle technology.
Gurugram-based firm Founded in 2004 by Anuj Kapuria, has been working silently over the last decade to master driverless vehicles technology. One of the most challenging parts is the awareness and trust among global customers about the technology coming from India for self-driving vehicles.
Gridbots is a young technology start-up in the field of robotics, it makes use of technology, artificial intelligence, and machine vision to produce robots which can be efficiently used as consumer products, industrial applications, defense bots, surveillance systems etc.
Ahmedabad Based Startup Founded in 2007 by Pulkit, he was the result of his passion for robotics that could build innovative products to run by intelligence. Gridbots has a team of 35 members and operates out of Ahmedabad, they also have a presence across other cities such as Jaipur, Delhi, Bangalore. Today Gridbots serves some of the leading PSUs (Public Sector Units) in the country such as ONGC, ISRO, and National Gas Corporation among others.
Sastra Robotics India Pvt Ltd is an innovative forerunner in providing cost-effective advanced robotics and automation services. They made huge leaps forward by collaborating with three other pioneering companies in the same market like Switzerland-based Cyberbotics, Korea based Dongbu Robot and US based Corobot. Sastra Robotics aims to fill this gap by developing low cost — lightweight industrial robots which is easily accessible to researchers and can be deployed at minimal initial cost by SMEs.
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DiFACTO is an engineering services company offering a complete range of services related to the robotics and automation industry. With its passion for excellence and concentrated focus on customer’s requirements, and has transformed from a small start up to an established technology partner to various renowned clients across India and the world. They believe in offering its customers a complete range of robotic solutions under a single roof. These services include robot simulation, offline programming, onsite robot programming, training, design services, robot calibration among other
Founded in 2007, headquartered at Bangalore (INDIA), which is home to some of the leading manufacturing and technology companies in the world (Toyota, Volvo, L&T Komatsu, TVS Motor Company, Airbus, HAL, Infosys, Wipro, TCS, IBM, Accenture, so on). Bangalore’s infrastructure, large pool of technical manpower and an environment conducive to innovation & enterprise provides an ideal environment to support DiFACTO’s business goals.
10. ASIMOV Robotics
ASIMOV Robotics is a single window Solution and Services provider who can meet all your robotics/automation needs. Stepped out of factories, robots have started becoming a part of our life. They are no longer something to be feared as depicted in early fictional stories. Robots are now with or around us in the form of sophisticated gadgets and toys.
Kochi-based Robotics Startup Founded in 2005, Committed to exploring the boundaries of robotics which involves research and development of robot systems and intelligence with speech and vision capabilities. At ASIMOV Robotics, the key focus is to design and develop systems to co-exist with humans and to provide solutions to real life problems.