BWI eliminated repetitive work and ensured social distancing with low cost industrial robot Eva

Find out how they did it

 

Automotive manufacturer, BWI group, needed a lightweight industrial robot that could work on the factory floor alongside their workers. But traditional industrial robotics providers just didn’t cut it: Their machines were too complicated for employees to operate, and far too expensive. BWI was struggling to find the right fit. 

Then they discovered Automata’s lightweight industrial robot arm, Eva. 

With Eva, BWI was able to automate repetitive tasks that were causing injury and high employee turnover – with no need for production line redesign or new cages – while making huge cost savings.

 

Download the full case study to find out:

 

🦾 How augmenting BWI’s existing industrial machinery ensured their human operators enjoyed more flexible, more fulfilling work

🦾 How automation helped BWI maintain social distancing, ensuring profitability even during the COVID pandemic 

🦾 How Eva helped BWI lower their prices and become more competitive

 

“[Eva] is directly helping us quote new jobs on our lines: We’ve been able to quote lower, so we’ve had a better chance of winning these jobs.”

Mike Hathway, Process & Industrial Engineer at BWI Group

BWI Group case study