Collaborative Robots Improve Qisda Production Efficiency


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EMS provider Qisda has disclosed it has seen 74% in improvement in production efficiency from adopting collaborative robots for production lines at its factory in northern Taiwan, with about 30 workers originally assigned for a production line reduced to 12-15 ones, according to Digitimes.

Qisda said its production lines need to be adjusted quite often to cater to different specifications and sizes for diverse product models. To facilitate flexible adjustments, the company began deploying collaborative robots in 2016, with such robots collaborating with workers to reach flexibility in adjusting production lines.

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