Automate almost anything

When we say the UR robot can automate virtually anything we mean virtually anything – from assembly to painting, from screw driving to labeling, from injection molding to welding and from packaging to polishing.

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Around the world thousands of UR robots work collaboratively right alongside humans – with no safety guards and no problems.

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Case stories
Bajaj Auto

Why the World’s Third Largest Motorcycle Manufacturer Opted for Universal Robots.

As the first Indian company to implement the use of collaborative robots in automotive assembly lines in 2010, Bajaj Auto Ltd. today has more than 100 cobots driving its position as the world’s 3rd largest motorcycle manufacturer. It sold over 3.3 million vehicles in 2015.

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TCI New Zealand

UR3 and UR5 Cobots create 24/7 automated manufacturing

TCI opted for two of Universal Robots industrial robotic arms, the UR3 and UR5, to perform labelling and assembly tasks, with technicians from Design Energy Assiting in the initiaql programming of the cobots so each was operating to TCI’s exact requirements.

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Scott Fetzer Electrical Group

Mobile robot colleagues on wheels increase productivity and worker safety at Scott Fetzer Electrical Group

A mobile fleet of Universal Robots now receives daily work orders to solve ever-changing tasks with high mix - low volume electronics manufacturer Scott Fetzer Electrical Group (SFEG) in Tennessee. The collaborative robots have optimized production by 20 percent, taking over monotonous and potentially hazardous tasks from employees now reallocated to more rewarding jobs.

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Atria packages food with user-friendly robots

Atria Scandinavia is one of Northern Europe's leading manufacturers of vegetarian and gourmet products for convenience markets and retail chains in need of round the clock service. At one of Atria's four factories in Skene in western Sweden, many of the plant’s 30 employees are working side by side with three robot arms from Universal Robots. Atria considered several solutions before they chose Universal Robots

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Task Force Tips

Vision-guided collaborative robots

Task Force Tips, a manufacturer of firefighting equipment, wanted to promote and maximize their personnel tending machining cells into more complex tasks while keeping spindle time up and product quality consistent.The solution were four collaborative UR robots that can be flexibly deployed between tasks.

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Insights and events
22. September 2016

What really makes a robot universal

Finding the right name for your new company can be a hard job; there are innumerable possibilities. When we decided to go with Universal Robots, we had two reasons: First, it was inspired by a timeless classic of Science Fiction from 1920 - the Czech stage play “Rossum’s Universal Robots” by Karel Capek

Experience it to believe it

Meet us at Trade Fairs all over the world. Attendees at IoT Forum Prague can try programming our user friendly collaborative robot arm on October 20th.


06.12. - 08.12.2016 Newindustries 2015

New Industries

Evenementenhal Gorinchem, Netherlands
Exhibitor: Gibas Automation B.V.

About Universal Robots
About Universal Robots

Meet the team that are putting collaborative robotics within reach for businesses of all sizes


Universal Robots welcomes new report that documents how “cobots” are now the hottest growth segment in industrial automation with forecasts showing no…

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Universal Robots’ lightweight collaborative robot arms can now be implemented in controlled environments: After successful tests in accordance with VD…

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Roberta Nelson Shea is Universal Robots’ new Global Technical Compliance Officer. She has chaired the U.S. National Robot Safety Committee for 23 year…

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Universal Robots — making robot automation accessible to all levels of industry

We’re dedicated to bringing safe, flexible and easy to use 6 axis industrial robotic arms to business of every size, all over the world. We develop industrial collaborative robot arms that automate and streamline repetitive industrial processes. This approach enables production departments to assign their staff members more enjoyable tasks – creating jobs that provide them with new challenges that add value to the company.