The centre works on customized solutions for mechatronics, artificial intelligence, machine learning and other areas of robotics

Promobot, a service robot manufacturer, has announced the launch of a robotic development centre. The centre, in partnership with market leaders, works to create scalable solutions towards mechatronics, artificial intelligence, machine learning and other areas of robotics. The centre’s competencies include the development of robots, both on the company’s own platforms and on those developed with partners.

According to Promobot representatives, the implementation of third-party projects within the company was carried out before. Now, the activities have undergone a number of organizational changes and have been relegated to a separate line of business. Thus, separate production facilities, as well as design and development teams, were allocated in the process.

Since the company was founded, we have regularly received requests to develop robotic solutions for the food, mining, agriculture and other industries. Our goal is to develop solutions that can replace imported products in our country and compete with them on the international market. In order to do this, we have been able to organize all the necessary processes and to make these activities a separate line of business for the company says Oleg Kivokurtsev, CBDO of Promobot.

The centre operates on a project basis. All development work is carried out within the framework of customer requests, under the existing infrastructure of companies. Priority in development is given to projects with high scalability potential. For example, the development centre has already developed robotic arms, a security patrol robot for the security industry and a Robo Cafe. In the near future, the centre plans to implement projects for logistics robots, collaborative and industrial manipulators, and robots for the security industry.

The centre’s developers have decades of experience in creating robotic high-quality solutions that are functional and durable. In fact, they are already proven in the international market, in 43 countries worldwide.

According to the developers, today the centre is already negotiating projects with major industrial enterprises.


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