Semcon and fuel cell manufacturer PowerCell are developing a new robotic cell with the use of vision technology that will streamline the production of fuel cells for the vehicles of the future.
The Swedish automotive industry company said it has been engaged to develop and deploy an entirely new robotic cell for testing new fuel cell production technology with the aim of making the fuel cells more efficient.
“This new robotic cell will fully automate part of the production flow, which requires high precision,” said Thomas Lydhig, Technical Project Manager at Semcon.
“We will be using advanced vision technology to ensure that the assembly has the accuracy required and to assure the quality of the fuel cell after the assembly process.”
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