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The experimental robots can transport all kinds of materials needed for car assembly, carrying up to 250kg and pulling as much as 500kg.

11 May 2021 | International News : Spain



Seat has introduced new autonomous robots to work collaboratively with its staff at the Martorell factory.

The autonomous mobile robots - also known as EffiBOTs - work autonomously yet collaboratively with the workforce at Seat's manufacturing hub, adapting to their needs to make their jobs easier.

The EffiBOTs can follow the person who tapped its touchscreen as they move around the factory and are able to navigate around people or objects
Significantly reducing the amount of walking required to perform their jobs, the robotic workforce helps with tasks such as transporting components around the huge 2.8 million square meter facility.

The EffiBOT was developed by French company Effidence, in collaboration with Seat, which helped adapt it for its operations at the Martorell plant. Processing constant 360-degree readings, the robot can follow the person who tapped its touchscreen as they move around the factory and are able to navigate around people or objects in their way.

Among other tasks, the EffiBOT removes the burden of carrying heavy loads from workers, as it can transport all kinds of materials needed for car assembly, carrying up to 250kg and pulling as much as 500kg.

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