Applied Robotics has been building special purpose automation machine systems for some 20 years now and have to date installed well over 350 systems worldwide. All of these are full turnkey systems – engineered from concept through mechanical design, electrical controls and software, and built, installed and commissioned by our own engineering team.
Our operations comprise two Companies – Applied Robotics and Apparel Robotics – with Apparel Robotics focusing on Automation for the Clothing and Textile industries and Applied Robotics in general manufacturing.
Our robot cells find applications in:
Device/Component ManufacturerAutomation systems, Robotic workcells, Vision systems, Robotics Systems
Trafalgar S.P.A. and Applied Robotics Form Joint Venture Subsidiary
SBCA Honors Applied Robotics with Best of Business Award
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