Yamaha Factory Automation Section, a subdivision of Yamaha Motor Robotics Business Unit, has opened a European office to strengthen support for sales partners of Yamaha’s advanced industrial robotic systems and products.
The new support office, part of Yamaha Motor Europe N.V in Neuss, Dusseldorf, Germany, is strategically located to connect with Yamaha’s agents and distributors throughout Europe. The network comprises partners with long expertise in industrial robotics, who are currently serving a rapidly growing customer base to facilitate an easier access to more extensive services direct from Yamaha.
“The time is right to increase support for our European partners as leading corporations are increasing robot deployments as a mainstay of digital transformation,” said Ichiro Arimoto. “Yamaha Factory Automation Section offers a unified product range, world-class support, and the assurances that come with in-house production and R&D that let industrial communities engage confidently with robots and derive maximum competitive advantage.”
The latest generations of robots, leveraging advanced control techniques infused with machine-learning artificial intelligence (AI), are driving fast-paced productivity growth and represent a key enabler for Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Drawing on over 40 years of experience rooted in the introduction of robot technology for assembling Yamaha motorcycles, the Yamaha FA Section creates cutting-edge articulated robots and continuously improves traditional industrial types such as cartesian, SCARA, and single-axis robots for state-of-the-art performance and flexibility. The portfolio of standard products streamlines access to advanced robotics solutions that are faster, quieter, more responsive, more precise, and more space-efficient than traditional automation. A comprehensive range of advanced controllers, accessories such as grippers, and customization services, is also available.
More about Yamaha Robotics line up in Europe you can find on website of their partner here.