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Its 3-D image detection system and visual servo with four permanent cameras enables the Epson dual arm robot to see the position of parts in space - even if the position changes during the process. No calibration is required.

Its kinetic sensors on the arms enable it to apply precisely the right grip to objects.

Its multi-functional, skilful grab hands also enable the Epson dual arm robot to use standard tools such as automatic screwdrivers.

More independence and flexibility: The Epson dual arm robot is so mobile that you can transport it to a new location without any problems.

Programming has never been this easy: Simply specify the objectives and the Epson dual arm robot will create its own trajectories and actions on this basis.

The new intelligent dual arm robot from Epson

The dual arm robot from Epson can carry out varying tasks almost autonomously using its arm geometry based on human physiology and wide-ranging integral sensors such as cameras, force sensors and acceleration meters. Even tasks which to date have been difficult to automate can now be performance by a robot.

The Epson dual arm robot is due to be available for sale in Q3 2017.