Powered by AI, CMES Robotics said it enables 3D vision for factory robots. The Redmond, Wash.-based company added that is AI vision software enables robots to recognize unstructured, flexible, or deformed objects, and pick them up for loading and unloading.
CMES added that its vision software has been deployed worldwide for random palletization and depalletization along with void-filling applications. The company's automation is designed to support warehouse, logistics, and supply chain operations. CMES Robotics is the North American subsidiary of Seoul, South Korea-based CMES Inc.
Auburn Hills, Mich.-based ABB Robotics & Discrete Automation provides machine automation and digital services for a diverse range of industries, from automotive and electronics to logistics.
As one of the world’s leading robotics and machine automation suppliers, ABB Group said it has shipped more than 500,000 robots.
The company said it helps customers of all sizes to increase productivity, flexibility, and simplicity and to improve output quality. It added that it supports customers' transition towards the connected and collaborative factory of the future.
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Combining technologies, the three partners enable a robot to grasp randomly placed packages of different sizes and weights from any pallet or conveyor, significantly reducing labor costs.