Cognitive robots in aviation
A new era of building and inspecting components
Next-level aircraft productionSince it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find qualified mechanics, many aircraft manufacturers are forced to rely on overtime work hours, which in turn puts pressure on employees and increases personnel costs for companies. While robots are used for manufacturing aircraft engines, airframe-related tasks are heavily dependent on the workforce. However, market demand for quality and shortened product cycles have forced aircraft manufacturers to push automation to compensate for the shortage of skilled workforce. Instead of using your skilled workers for boring and repetitive tasks like drilling, fastening, assembling and moving parts, you can simply task our collaborative and cognitive robots to complete these tasks quickly and accurately. They can work safely and autonomously in a shared workspace with workers while maintaining the performance of an industrial robot.
Benefits for the aviation industry
Increase production capacity by allowing manufacturers to use skilled workforce in other areas while robots take over low value-added repetitive tasks.
Inspect and identify any irregularity without being influenced by external factors and image distortions, thanks to the AI-enhanced vision sensor.
Customize production capacity as needed using an app-based user interface, hand control, gesture control and voice commands.
By better controlling the amount of paint and coating applied and ensuring precision in execution, producers can reduce disqualified parts and products.
AI-powered sensing capabilities and touchless human detection allow the robots to recognize the environment and work safely with humans.