Doosan Robotics, a South Korean producer of robots, has announced the formation of a new business unit in the United States.

The company has with headquarters in Plano, Texas, and will merge the company’s North and South American activities.

The objective is to increase the group’s presence in the American market.

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It is looking to speed up the adoption of its manufacturing assistant bots, with a particular emphasis on the automotive and manufacturing industries.

Doosan’s new North and South America general manager, Alex Lee, said the United States is the group’s single largest market and that the firm is prepared “for numerous exciting new breakthroughs in our product lines.”

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The core product line of Doosan Robotics is a programmable, configurable arm that can be connected to current manufacturing supply chains.

It has a six-axis torque sensor, allowing it to be utilized for a range of demanding jobs.

The business makes a camera robot system called NINA, which stands for New Inspiration New Angle, and an autonomous barista robot that can make coffee from a variety of 15 different beans.

What is Doosan Robotics?

Doosan Robotics is a leading collaborative robot (cobot) manufacturer, empowering people to achieve higher levels of efficiency and creating immediate productivity gains for organizations.

Where it is headquartered? The company is headquartered in South Korea

How many staff does it have? It currently has around 500 employees.

What is its annual revenue? The annual revenue is $5 Million.

Source: IoT World Today

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