Sirris has built a new demonstrator for making the opportunities offered by cobots more tangible. In this specific demonstration an operator is supported during the assembly of a smart product. We will introduce it to you on 28 November.

To stay one step ahead of the competition at a global level, supplier to the automotive industry JTEKT is investigating whether its production can be further improved using smart optimisation. It had three feasibility studies performed for various tasks within its production.

Robots are slowly finding their place in society. Whereas robots are increasingly proving their worth in industry and also gradually establishing their suitability for other fields - for example in care settings - the social home robot has not made as much progress as you might have expected.

With the arrival of the KMR iiwa at our location in Diepenbeek, Sirris had a cobot with 'arms and legs’ for a short period of time. This allowed our experts to test and explore the potential of a mobile cobot, and we can now make this knowledge (as well as the cobot) available to companies.

In increasingly more production halls, man and machine are working side by side. A recent US study presents the current situation and extensively examines various use cases, to shed light on this relatively new technology.

In order to cope with the challenges of high work pressure and remain competitive, operator support during the production process is crucial. New technologies may help you out. Businesses can call on Sirris to get to know and test new developments.

An Industry 4.0 production context doesn’t mean that the operator just disappears. On the contrary, it means they work more efficiently thanks to the various smart technologies at their disposal. Sirris recently built a new demo assembly line consisting of six cells into which various technologies are built that form part of the factory of the future. We would like to let you see what this can do.

flexibele automatisering

The 2017 edition of Motek, one of the key trade fairs for the automation of production and assembly, could once again count on significant interest and thousands of visitors. Sirris travelled to Stuttgart to take a look for the Belgian industry.

slimme assemblagelijn

Our new pilot line for cost-efficient small series production officially started On 18 October. We had an overwhelming turnout at the inauguration: a total of more than 200 people from the industry came to our Smart & Digital Factory in Kortrijk. This proves that what Sirris is offering is perfectly in line with the needs of our technological companies.

Sirris is looking for a Robotics Engineer - smart assembly for its Smart and Digital Factory. The department is located in Kortrijk, the beating heart of industrial innovation these days. This could be a unique opportunity to get involved at the forefront of Industry 4.0.