Source of ‘iron work force’: industrial robots mass production to be launched in Moscow
The company is expected to reach full capacity in 2020.
Mass production of industrial manipulators will start in the Mosgormash technology park in Moscow. It will be launched under a special cooperation agreement signed by the technology park residents - Aripix Robotics and the Moscow Industrial Cooperation Centre.
Currently, the Russian start-up specializing in the design, manufacture and installation of industrial robots is preparing to launch mass production. The company is expected to reach its full capacity in 2020. By this time, the companies will have to adjust their technological process, train personnel and implement a quality control system.
‘Iron staff’ is in demand. Today the company has received more than 40 pre-orders from Russian industrial companies.
The manufacture of parts and assembly of robots will be outsourced from a partner of the technology park residents providing contracted manufacturing services, including mass production.
“Technology parks of Moscow have become convenient platforms to organize high-tech production and networking. The cooperation agreement between Mosgormash residents shows that Moscow innovation companies have a significant potential for cooperation. For this purpose, an innovation cluster is being created in Moscow to bring together more than 20,000 high-tech infrastructure facilities. It will establish direct interaction between science, developers and production companies,” said Alexei Fursin, Head of the Moscow Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovations.
There are currently 44 industrial complexes and 35 technology parks in Moscow, with over 96,000 people employed.
The Mosgormash technology park includes more than 60 research and technology industrial enterprises in areas such as medicine, energy and engineering.
4 april 2019