Robots take the load off you. Not only by literally relieving you of heavy jobs and moving big loads. Mobile service robots are increasingly becoming a part of our daily lives. They clean and disinfect, serve things, and communicate. Cleaning robots, for example, are working not only in industrial environments but also in public settings like hotels and supermarkets. Disinfection robots perform their important job at airports, in hospitals, schools or universities – anywhere in fact where large crowds of people gather. And since service robots can perform a diverse range of services, they are conquering more and more areas, for example serving or informing people.
In particular in these sensitive areas where human-machine interactions occur, the safety of people is paramount. The movement of the robot therefore needs to be fully controllable at all times. The sensors from SICK help master these challenges. You can rely on the vast experience we have gained over the years with self-driving systems and collision protection. Our sensors measure and evaluate the data immediately, thereby offering the greatest possible safety.