Cobot feasibility study in 3 steps.
WiredWorkers offers a comprehensive analysis of the feasibility and efficiency of a cobot. By conducting a feasibility study of the production processes or assembly lines, it can be determined whether a cobot is a suitable solution and whether a cobot implementation is possible. The cobot will eventually be implemented in the most efficient way. The feasibility study takes 3 months and includes the rental of a cobot. The analysis is optionally performed with students.
Step 1: Quickscan
WiredWorkers scans the organization for potential solutions and possibilities to enable the implementation of a cobot. An analysis of the processes should provide insight into bottlenecks within the organization that need to be standardized or automated.
Step 2: Proof of concept
During the proof of concept, a cobot is actually integrated into a process. A representative demonstration of how the cobot can function and how it can be integrated.
Step 3: Training
For a trusted collaboration with a cobot, WiredWorkers offers a training course. During this course employees and employers are trained to work with a cobot and it becomes clear how easy it is to learn a cobot.