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Freelance Robotics was established in 2009 with the objective of offering research and development (R&D) services to industry, small business, and university groups. We develop concrete solutions to problems that bridge the gap between research and commercialisation. Depending on the customer’s requirements, we provide R&D services in robotics as well as its sub-¬trades of electronics, IT, mechanics, physics, artificial intelligence and control systems.
Our expertise in robotics has allowed us to branch into manufacturing automation services including plant optimisation, integration of new machines, and maintenance and repair. We can conduct a plant survey, identify problems and potential solutions then supply, install and program industrial robots to suit your needs. We also offer a full range of after-sales service.
Finally, Freelance Robotics can also offers off-the-shelf and customised commercial robots to meet your needs.
We are the distributor of the following products:
We have recently partnered with Qihan Technology Company to become the Australian distributor of the Sanbot. This robot was designed to provide a range of services applicable across many industries. It has the ability to capture and store information, to send this data to connected devices, and to interact with people using visual, touch and audio systems.
Sanbot can be provided in a range of colours and the software, which uses the android operating system, can be configured to provide a host of different functions. Sanbot can also be controlled remotely using a smart device application.
Universal Robot Arms
Freelance Robotics is a distributor for Universal Robot arms. Universal Robot has three types of collaborative arms that vary in size and payload so there is an arm to suit most applications. These high quality industrial grade arms are robust and precise and can reliably work in factories and other environments. Universal Robots are collaborative, meaning they use pressure sensors to sense when to stop, making them safe to work alongside humans without guarding. This generates savings in overall footprint, cost and interaction time between man and machine.
This self-navigating autonomous mobile platform from Omron Adept Techologies can be used in any indoor setting to transport material. It does not require facility modification and can be customised for a variety of applications and payloads. It can intelligently navigate around people and other unplanned obstacles, giving it a significant advantage in dynamic environments where traditional AGVs become incapacitated.
For more information, please consult www.freelancerobotics.com.au.
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