"Division of labour" is the magic word of the automated future, which TRAPO AG presented at EUROMANUT with a live performance on the top topic of human-robot interaction (HRI). TRAPO AG, a specialist in conveyor technology, robot systems and automation, demonstrated its special expertise in high-care areas in Lyon. It presented its visitors with innovative and reliable automation solutions using selected products, industries and segments as examples.
Interest exceeded all expectations: The 36 percent increase in the number of visitors compared to the previous year ensured a lively rush and numerous good discussions. "The intensive exchange with the specialist audience, the high level of interest in our solutions, valuable initial contacts and concrete enquiries about automation solutions", Pascal Jager from the French sales office thanked Jager for the numerous visits.
The company, based in Gescher-Hochmoor in Westphalia, Germany, manufactures conveyor and handling system components exclusively in Germany – also in stainless steel for high care areas.
The innovative highlight of the TRAPO appearance is always surrounding the event: a live robot performance that provided tangible answers to the top topic of human-robot interaction (HRI), individual gripper technology as well as palletizing and depalletizing competencies. A robot loaded a plastic box with different, valuable salts according to the individual requirements of the trade fair visitors and handed them over personally.
A self-confident appearance based on competence and many years of experience in handling the products and their special properties: TRAPO AG is regarded worldwide as one of the technology leaders in modular conveyor technology, robot systems and automation. In the 60 years of its existence, the company has also built up special expertise in high care areas for the cosmetics, pharmaceutical, frozen food and clean room industries.
One thing is already certain today: TRAPO AG will also be present in Lyon next year, when EUROMANUT will be the host for process, packaging and material handling technology from 19 to 21 November. We look forward to seeing you again in 2018!