Baxter™ is a different kind of collaborative and interactive automation robot. Baxter™ has been featured in Time Magazine, The New York Times, and more recently in a Bud Light commercial (here’s a behind the scenes clip). Thanks to our partnership with the creators of Baxter™, Rethink Robotics, you can now demo, buy and receive training on this one-of-a-kind collaborative robot.
The reason why Baxter™ is different than other robots is common sense. Literally. Baxter™ uses “common sense” as part of his Intera 3 software, so he responds to the environment around him, just like a person. Thus, he can work alongside humans. Without any safety cages. And without any worry of harming your workers.
He’s also a solution to another major manufacturing and logistics problem: outsourcing. Baxter™ was designed to take the place of the most reptitive motion jobs like kitting and small assembly. With the starting cost of only $25,000, he costs less than an average worker’s salary, and frees up resources to keep more value-added jobs without having to export all production overseas.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
To learn more about Baxter™:
Click the “Meet Baxter™” button below to download our whitepaper.
Or if you’re ready to take the next step and want to schedule a custom demo, to see Baxter™ firsthand using your own products, click the “Demo Baxter™” button.
Cover image credit: Japan Times