How the robot made is

Each Promobot autonomously moves, that is, they do not need to be managed and helped. In a given radius or room, it moves independently. Also, among the basic functions of this robot is the recognition of speech, persons and linguistic database, with which the robot communicates.

If necessary, robot can be integrated with a bank terminal, a receipt printer, a photo printer, a barcode reader, a passport scanner and many more devices.

This is the task of the software development department. Promobot programmers develop new functions of the robot and increase the stability of existing ones, as well as create new algorithms of work based on the robot’s basic functions.

In the company, they are called individual application cases, that is the robot is equipped with special functions and algorithms necessary to work in a particular area. You can read about already implemented application cases in the Cases section of the site.

In addition to software development, Promobot also develops electronics: boards, servomotors. This is the hardware component of the robot: it provides power, movement, gestures and general work. For example, the robot has a Main board — it is responsible for the connection of the motherboard with all the actuators: the back light, the motion sensors, and the power supply.

The assembly department – where ideas materialize. Robot begins as a skeleton. Here they collect its skeleton. When cut metal components come here, they need to be prepared for assembly: some parts require welding, in some places thread and riveting application is necessary. Further components are assembled into parts. Each employee has his own task: someone collects his hands, someone— the torso, and someone else — the foundation. Then the finished parts of the robot are collected in a set and transferred to the next department.

The assembled frame is sent to the next department, where the robot is equipped with all the electronics: wires, cards, and a battery. Here Promobot comes to life for the first time. After installing all the wires and boards of the robot for the first time it is connected to the power supply; the operation of all systems is properly configured.

Once the robot is packed with all the electronics and operated correctly, it is sent to the housing assembly department. Dozens of plastic and carbon parts are “worn” by a robot. Promobot V.4, for instance, consists of 56 parts.

By the way, client can choose a color – any color. Not so long ago, an acid-green robot and a tricolor robot were sent out to customers.

Fully assembled, the robot goes into the final testing. If everything is in order at the final testing, the robot is prepared for shipment: it is placed in the cradle and plunged into the transportation protective cases.

We have already shipped out about four hundred robots to 26 countries worldwide.