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Robotics-Interfacing

Robotics Interfacing Automation for Optimal Performance

From automotive assembly to agriculture, the technological explosion of IIoT and the increasing presence of robotics interfacing in manufacturing have opened up a new and growing source of performance and productivity data for manufacturers across a variety of industries. The UAK1000 Universal Automation Kiosk from OEE Datawatch is designed to quickly and affordably allow manufacturers to monitor and control this data to improve manufacturing quality and efficiency and realize meaningful cost savings throughout their operations. The UAK1000 is designed around powerful PLC and PC hardware and robust SCADA software to form a complete, out-of-the-box solution that costs about 50% less than traditional systems and delivers and installs in about half the time.

Benefits of the UAK1000 Universal Automation Kiosk in Robotics-Based Manufacturing

  • Monitor and control realtime data for optimal robotics performance
  • Improve process/production line efficiency and product quality
  • Better management of predictive maintenance
  • Reduced downtime
  • Improved operator safety for collaborative work

Ideal for a Variety of Robotics-Based Processes

OEE Datawatch’s UAK1000 Universal Automation Kiosk can be configured to monitor and control data from a wide variety of robotics-based manufacturing processes, including:

  • Assembly
  • Painting
  • Welding
  • Material handling: moving, picking, packing, palletizing
  • Material removal: cutting, grinding, trimming, deburring, polishing

The UAK1000 Universal Kiosk for Robotics Interfacing Automation

  • Powerful
    A complete PLC, PC, and SCADA package that puts you in control of your process and equipment data.
  • Affordable
    Costs approximately 50% less than a traditional system with no schematics and minimal engineering required.
  • Safe
    SIL safety are built in.
  • Fast Delivery
    Delivers and installs in weeks instead of months.
  • Easy Setup
    Kiosk wheels onto factory floor. I/O coding translates to standard resistor color code and matches PLC tags.

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