Service Robotics Modules for use in Industrial and Non-Industrial Environments from Pilz

October 4, 2018

Our service robotics modules give you an easy start in robotics. Assemble your individual robot application – exactly according to your requirements: Service robotics modules consists of the manipulator module PRBT, the control module PRCM, the operating module PRTMand ROS modules. Our collision measurement set PROBms for human-robot collaboration (HRC) supports you reliably on your path to a safe application. Application areas of the service robotics modules can be found in service robotics and industrial environments. Benefit from our cost-efficient, flexible solution!

For more information https://www.pilz.com/en-CA/products-solutions/robotics

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