Hanwha Robotics smart cobots

A robot for everyone

Hanwha Robotics develops robots that combine Hanwha AI technology with mobility capabilities and ready for the 4th industrial revolution.

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There is a growing need for a lighter, more flexible and safer production environment, such as: improving quality through process automation, reducing operating costs through easy-to-handle equipment, flexible transition between processes as the industry paradigm shifts to production. small batches and improving the working environment for workers exposed to pollution and hazardous machinery.

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Based on our long-standing technical knowledge, Hanwha Robotics has launched a collaborative robot to easily assist any of our customers in any industry. In response to our customers’ interest and efforts in improving their production environment, we remain committed to building a more convenient and secure future by delivering outstanding products and first-class services.

The Hanwha Robotics HCR collaborative robot can be applied in any industry, from automobiles and electronics to food and pharmaceuticals.

Hanwha HCR cobs can effectively reduce your operating costs and increase your productivity. Hanwha Robotics predicts a future in which collaborative robots work with employees. Hanwha Corporation / Machinery HCR-5A’s lightweight, secure and flexible collaborative robot brings automation to your production line in the most efficient way.

Hanwha Corporation introduces new advanced smart factory solutions, including Hanwha Collaborative Robot Advanced (HCR Advanced) and a package of collaborative-robot solutions to further develop its momentum in the fast-growing collaborative robot (cobot) market.

The global cobot market was worth $ 1.2 billion last year and is expected to grow by an average of 42% annually as more smart factories are built and the growing demand for contactless services due to COVID-19 is expected to reach to $ 7 billion by 2026.

The company integrates robotic technology with existing logistics automation systems, secondary batteries and display facilities to create synergy and meet the diverse needs of customers around the world.

• Hanwha Corporation Introduces Three New Collaborative Robots with Significantly Improved Performance and New, Customizable Solution Packages Incorporating AI and Mobility Technologies

There are three models in the Hanwha HCR Advanced range of robots: HCR-3A, HCR-5A and HCR-12A *. These new models retain the excellent design and versatility of the original UNHCR cobs, while providing additional functionality.

These include the ability to easily attach key functional accessories such as torque sensors and handles without the need to attach additional cables.

In addition, the Hanwha HCR Advanced series of hoods improves safety at work, while increasing speed, consistency and accuracy to provide better productivity for the automotive, electronics, food and pharmaceutical industries and more.

• These new products address the diverse needs of customers and strengthen the rapidly expanding collaboration of the robotics market

Additional options that customers can choose as an option to adapt their cobs according to the type of work and production processes they need.

The first of these, Robot AI 3D Vision (RAIV), is a visual AI solution for cobots that can optimize efficiency by using its 3D camera and deep learning technology. Robot Visual Safety (RVS) is another solution in which the robot’s speed is adjusted according to the distance of its operator to ensure safety.

Hanwha Corporation also offers Mobility, which combines a laser autonomous vehicle – of which Hanwha is the first to be developed in Korea – with an autonomous mobile robot (AMR) to exceed the weight limits of HCR Advanced and increase productivity. .

Mobility also includes the Robot Monitoring Service (RMS), which uses Hanwha Techwin camera technology to monitor the cobot’s working environment and audible alarms in case of danger, as well as Robot Positioning Compensation (RPC), which makes the cobot easy to use and more accurate in their work.

Kyung-Seok Ok, CEO of Hanwha Corporation, said: “Hanwha Corporation has continued its research and development of cooperating robots to actively respond to the trend of production automation since the 4th Industrial Revolution. With the launch of these new products, we will drive the popularity of collaborative robots and strengthen our market position by providing total solutions that take into account not only our products but also the needs and jobs of our customers.”

Hanwha robots are currently being promoted and sold through a global network of approximately 40 locations. The company first introduced cobotos to China, Korea and Southeast Asia and is beginning to gain ground in the US and Europe, where the cobotus came from.

In Europe, the Hanwha Corporation cobotos are in fact leading the market for collaboration, thanks to local subsidiaries, logistics infrastructure and the Hanwha Europe Technical Center – all based in Germany – providing a stable supply chain and timely support services for the region.