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Cobots from Universal Robots give manufacturers access to all the benefits of advanced robotic automation, without the extra costs associated with traditional robots: difficult programming, long set-up, and shielded work cells. This makes automation affordable even for small-batch production runs and mixed product assembly. In addition, they also are cost-effective, safe, and flexible to deploy. They are making automation easier than ever, even for small and mid-sized companies around the world. They are designed to share a workspace with humans, making automation easier than ever before for businesses of all sizes. All of these benefits have made our cobots a game-changer for a wide variety of applications.

Shivalik now offers a new specialization course for the students CSE, ECE, and EEE in COBOT as the rising trend in the market is spreading like a raging fire in the industry and also is opening new doors of opportunities to students and people with other backgrounds who have a skillset and knowledge plus experience in COBOT systems. Cobots are an ideal productivity tool for almost any manufacturer because they help everyone in the company achieve performance objectives. Find out more about how you can grow your business, improve productivity, increase quality and provide a better working environment for your employees.


Cobots are designed to be far more straightforward than traditional industrial robots. Now firms have a chance of freeing their employees from routine work and letting them become robot operators with more time for the most important tasks. With intuitive, 3D visualization you simply move the robot arm to desired waypoints or touch the arrow keys on the easy-to-use touchscreen tablet.


Universal Robots have revolutionized cobot set-up, significantly reducing deployment time. Many common cobot processes can be programmed and operated after free online essential training. Instructor-led online or in-class modules are available for more advanced tasks. Want to realize the full benefits of automation more quickly? Expert advice is available from distributors, certified training partners, and systems integrators.


Don’t be limited by traditional robots that can only do one thing. Our robots are lightweight, space-saving, and easy to re-deploy to multiple applications without changing your production layout. Moving the cobot to a new process is fast and easy, giving you the agility to automate even small batch runs and frequent line change-overs.


Give dirty, dangerous, and dull jobs to cobots to reduce repetitive strain and accidental injuries to humans. 80% of the thousands of our robots worldwide operate with no safety guarding (after risk assessment). The safety system in our robots is approved and certified by a renowned German Organisation. Cobots can have many uses, from information robots in public spaces (an example of service robots), logistics robots that transport materials within a building, to industrial robots that help automate unergonomic tasks such as helping people move heavy parts, or machine feeding or assembly operations. Thanks to sensors and other design features such as lightweight materials and rounded edges, collaborative robots (cobots) are able to interact directly and safely with humans.

Types of COBOTS

Safety Monitored Stop:  Typically, these types of collaborative robots leverage an industrial robot with a series of sensors that stop robot operation when a human enters the work envelope.

Speed and Separation:  The speed and separation of collaborative robots use more advanced vision systems to slow operations down when a human worker approaches and stop operation altogether when a worker is too close to the robot.

Power and Force Limiting:  Built with rounded corners and a series of intelligent collision sensors to quickly detect contact with a human worker and stop operation. The use of collaborative robot arms, also feature force limitations to ensure any collisions are unlikely to result in injury.

Hand GuidingThese collaborative robots are equipped with a hand-guided device by which an operator directly controls the motion of the robot during the automatic mode.