To introduce their students to the world of automation, technical school of Jutland invested in a lightweight robot arm from universal robots. With its high level of flexibility and user-friendliness, the robot was easily integrated in the education.
Technical College of Jutland wished to put robotics and automation on the curriculum and make it possible for students to work with this subject on their apprenticeship test projects.
To come up with a solution that would work in wide range of different projects, the school had to find a user-friendly, intuitive, and mobile industrial robot.
The school acquired a robot arm from Universal Robots at one third of the cost of similar solutions on the market. Quickly, three students took on the challenge of designing an automatic stock management system