Industry 4.0 partnership to offer heterogenous orchestration and robotics

Industry 4.0 partnership to offer heterogenous orchestration and robotics

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Arendai and AiQ robotics have formed a partnership that will enable the companies to expand their services into the rapidly growing Industry 4.0. By combining Arendai’s cutting-edge, Harmony, with mobile robotics from AiQ robotics, the partnership will develop advanced and intelligent systems for a diverse range of use cases, giving a significant competitive advantage in the market. 

“We believe that the combination of simulation, AI and robotics has the potential to revolutionize operations for many verticals, and we are at the forefront of this innovation,” said Walter Buga, CEO of Arendai.

In the field of robotics and automation, nearly every application is characterized by individual and unique conditions. A strength of the new partnership is the ability to provide a joint customizable, flexible, and interoperable solution to any use-case. The partnership between Arendai and AiQ robotics is expected to have a significant impact on Industry 4.0 logistics and smart manufacturing.

“I am convinced that AiQ robotics’ products and extensive experience, completed by Arendai’s Harmony software integration capabilities, gives a great and innovative boost to the autonomous intralogistics market,” said Przemysław Degórski, Founder of AiQ robotics. “Customers will be able to take advantage of a complete robotic integration solution. Our target is to deliver an easily deployed system for production and warehousing good transportation.”

The companies aim to leverage their Industry 4.0 expertise in artificial intelligence in the optimization of intralogistics processes and in collaboration with human intelligence.


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