Automation training centre for Universal Robots opens in Wales

Universal Robots training cenre 04112020
Universal Robots training cenre 04112020

Applied Automation has opened a dedicated authorised training centre for Universal Robots (UR) products at its headquarters in Cardiff.

The facility is thought to be the first of its kind in Wales and lowers the automation barrier for all companies wishing to deploy cobots to improve the productivity, quality and competitiveness of their offerings.

Having demonstrated high standards of technical and educational expertise, Applied Automation’s trainers are now certified to deliver hands-on modules covering a range of core and advanced cobot programming skills. These include set-up and redeployment, preventative maintenance and integration with third-party devices and applications.

Customers can therefore confidently access all of the support, knowledge and expertise required to drive the maximum value from their investment into their cobots and employees.

UR is working with Applied Automation to provide access to user-friendly, cost-effective and easy-to-use automation solutions to clients.

The cobots are designed to be lightweight and space-saving, so they’re suitable for production lines of any size. They can also be easily redeployed quickly to other areas, allowing businesses the flexibility needed to react to market demands.

Mark Gray, sales manager for UK & Ireland at UR said, “We’re delighted for Applied Automation to be opening the first ever Authorised Training Centre in Wales. It will prove a very valuable resource to anybody getting started or taking their next step in their automation journey.”

Jessica Watts, cobot application sales manager at Applied Automation added: “We believe that quality training is essential when it comes to getting your cobots to perform at their full potential. With our extensive learning platform, we can guarantee visitors will walk away with a great understanding of the specific opportunities for automation in their business.

Applied Automation

Universal Robots

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