Autonomous Production

Traditional plants enclose rigid, inefficient, and erratic processes. Some common losses of performance include layout configurations with low flexibility, too many hours spent on manual, repetitive jobs, over-automation, waste of transport, errors and overprocessing, low reliability of resources, and an extended quality release time. To tackle these problems, manufacturers need to think autonomous rather than automated. As such, to step into smart automation, the focus should be on people, processes, and data.

The KAIZEN™ Solution

A solution that combines best-in-class lean principles with digital tools

Waste-free layouts

Configurable and waste-free factory and line layout

In-line robots

Collaborative unfenced in-line robots performing repetitive, specialized, dull, or dangerous jobs

Standard work

Standard work to define optimal work sequence

Autonomous adjustments

Quick autonomous adjustment of production parameters to optimize yield, energy, and through-put

Karakuri

Karakuri to move objects automatically with limited or no electric, pneumatic, or hydraulic power sources

Workload balancing

AI-supported workload balancing based on real-time and historical data

Digital auto-quality

Digitally enabled auto-quality means to prevent and detect defects early

Configurable and waste-free factory and line layout

Collaborative unfenced in-line robots performing repetitive, specialized, dull, or dangerous jobs

Standard work to define optimal work sequence

Quick autonomous adjustment of production parameters to optimize yield, energy, and through-put

Karakuri to move objects automatically with limited or no electric, pneumatic, or hydraulic power sources

AI-supported workload balancing based on real-time and historical data

Digitally enabled auto-quality means to prevent and detect defects early

Ready to start?

Find out what key opportunities in your processes are, by conducting a diagnosis workshop

Key Outcomes

Agile Factory

Efficient Operations