Robotics To help you produce and deliver industry – standard goods along with the safety of your employees.
The main purpose of an industrial robot is to replicate human motions/actions. Specific industrial functions require very high levels of precision or repeatability. Also, few of these industrial functions may also prove to be extremely dangerous for human beings in terms of health, environment, and safety. “Hazardous Processes” which include steel melting, metal casting and many more may turn out to be particularly life-threatening for the staff working in factories.

In today’s age where the habit of consumption is high, the need for delivering consistent outputs for a smaller volume of products in the fastest time possible is inevitable. This is the reason why a robot’s performance is measured on the basis of the following parameters, also known as “ARC”.

Accuracy presentation


The ability of a robot to be able to come to a position as directed to it and not deviate from the same.



The ability of a robot to come back to the same point again and again and to what degree does it do that.



The ability of the robot to overcome from an external factor such as a push, varying loads or picking up different shapes.

In order to match up to the level of competitiveness in the market, robots need to be used, and people must learn how to maintain, upgrade or make them more accurate. Robots are part of the Industry 4.0 chain.

Parts of Industrial Robotics

How is PBOPlus helping businesses by foraying into the relatively new domain of Industrial Robotics?

Being manufacturing experts, the driving reason for leaders at PBOPlus to foray into Robotics was to diversify into the manufacturing domain. Doing so, we were able to further align ourselves with the organization’s vision of helping businesses to stay free of repetitive tasks and focus on profitability.

We are supported by extensive knowledge of how the manufacturing industry operates. We understand the intricacies of:

  • How to place a factory?
  • How to run a factory smoothly?
  • What parts need to be produced in – house and what needs to be outsourced?

What is PBOPlus offering in the domain of Industrial Robotics?

Robots can have different functions. This is the reason we have unique offerings for three significant industries. Our solutions include:

1. AJAI: It is a 6-axis articulated robot which can be employed into the heavy industries for performing tasks like lifting, casting, manufacturing automotive, welding, etc.

2. SCARA: A particularly compact robot developed for the FMCG industry which performs tasks of picking up, placing and sorting articles at an exceptionally fast pace.

3. 7 – Axis Robot (coming soon): This robot is under the development stage and can be used in the electronics industry. It would be adept in performing tasks such as placing small items or soldering SMT components such as microchips in gadgets like mobiles or tablets at very fast rates.

We also offer maintenance services in terms of replacement of parts. You also get maintenance manuals along with the robots.

What makes the Industrial Robotics Solutions of PBOPlus so unique?

We take pride in being the first indigenous manufacturers of industrial robots throughout the country. Unlike other notable Lights-Out manufacturers that import and assemble different parts, we develop as well as manufacture our robots in-house.

Our ultimate business goal in the sphere of industrial robotics is to pioneer in the space of “ARC”. We are fortunate to be gradually progressing towards achieving the vision.

Our robots are driven by Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). We wish to empower our users to operate our robots in the most flexible manner possible. In this endeavor, we ensure that the robots we develop must adapt to the environment as well as the operations of the user. Introducing AI in robots also helps in eliminating the fear of its proper usage from the minds of our customers.

We make our robots match – up to the complex demands of manufacturing setups in India. In order to do this, we utilize two major functionalities:


Point to Point Robots

Point – to – Point Robots

Such robots are developed with the ability to replicate any motion which is directed to them. At the outset, a user guides the robot to move between points A and B to perform a particular action. Eventually, it remembers and replicates the activities and performs the action on its own.

Intelligent Robots

Intelligent Robots

Such robots come with inbuilt Artificial Intelligence (AI) which enables them to correct and monitor their own accuracy, reliability, and compliance. This helps them to improve their own deterioration by compensating accuracy.

Making the manufacturing of robots entirely indigenous will not only help users (whether international/domestic) to have access at cheaper rates, but India will also be able to develop as the biggest as well as the fastest provider of industrial robotics solutions.

What approach does PBO adopt for the Development And Implementation
Of Robotics solutions?

At PBOPlus, we adopt the following implementation approach for the development, design, and deployment of Industrial Robotic solutions:

1. Define the RPA Perimeter: We begin with identifying the processes that stand eligible for the implementation of RPA.
2. Prioritize business returns: We identify performance improvement areas and black holes that can reap the most significant returns post the implementation of RPA solutions.
3. Choose the appropriate RPA solution: We along with the consent of our customer decide if the RPA solution has to be developed in – house or acquired from an already established provider.
4. Define the man-to-machine ratio: We establish the desired relationship between our RPA solutions and the human workforce.
5. Setup Appropriate Governance: We predict possible impacts of implementing RPA solutions. This includes the processes that might not be in the scope of RPA but can still get affected.
6. Build a deployment schedule Once the development approaches the conclusion, we lay out a deployment plan. We also plan change management actions as well as risk mitigation in the stage of deployment.

To seek more information about implementing robotics in your current business scenario, please feel free to reach out to our consultants for expert guidance.