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Lego approach to modularity and innovation

While building things with Lego, even if one is starting a totally new design, you don’t need to start from scratch.  You can use the same bricks time and again. The approach of building and configuring systems and applications from component parts with well-defined designs or otherwise called Composability, helps us quickly innovate new experiences by using design blocks standardised over time, just like Lego blocks. 

Over time, the design blocks itself gets updated and upgraded. 

This way our design philosophy is to use existing tested and proven design elements to the fullest; maximising the value of design resources and allowing it to focus on actually developing new applications and experiences.  We store and retrieve these design blocks in our solutions library. 

Assembly Automation

  • Pallet Conveyors
  • Chain Conveyors
  • Belt Conveyors
  • Feeders
  • Marking
  • Soldering
  • Positioning
  • Gluing
  • Screw fixing
  • Press Fitting
  • Pressing
  • Packing
  • Riveting
  • Inspecting
  • Palleting
  • Pick & Place
  • Welding
  • Dispensing
  • Sorting
  • Gantry Systems
  • Labelling
  • Servo Motors
  • PLCs
  • Rotary Indexers
  • Industrial Robots
  • Reading
  • Collaborative Robots

Automated Inspection

  • Presence Verification
  • Assembly Integrity
  • LED Inspection
  • Print Verification
  • OCR & OCV
  • Direct Part Mark Reading
  • Gauging & Dimensional Measurement
  • Surface Defect Inspection
  • Colour & Intensity Inspection
  • Barcode, QR Code, Data Matrix reading
  • Robot Guidance
  • Deep Learning / AI
  • Pattern Recognition / Matching
  • Image Archiving

Test Automation

  • Device Flashing
  • Bed of Nail Fixtures
  • RF Testing, Bluetooth, Wi-fi
  • Electrical Parameters Voltage,
  • Current, Resistance, Impedance
  • Pattern Recognition / Matching
  • Precision Dimensional
  • Measurement in um
  • Leakage Testing
  • Distance Measurement
  • Communications
    RS 232, RS 485, LIN, CAN, Flexray, LAN

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