Fuzzy Logic was founded by a franco-american team of specialists in command and control of industrial robots. Together, they discovered a radically new paradigm that allows untrained users to easily interact with, control, and program industrial robots for complex applications.
Today, Fuzzy Logic provides an all-in-one and ultra-intuitive software platform, which dramatically simplifies the use of robots and makes industrial robot programming fast, efficient, and cost effective for the low volume, high mix production demands of agile manufacturing.
We help factories power up their competitiveness and autonomy, by making robots adapt to them - not the other way around. Every company, whatever its size, should be able to use industrial robots as a simple, everyday, economical tool accessible to non-experts.
Fuzzy Logic and Visionic: Robotics for the Nuclear Industry
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