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Universal Robots Fiat Case Study

How 11 Cobots Help Assemble The New Fiat 500 Electric Car

Collaborative automation guarantees ergonomic benefits for the operators, who are no longer required to work below the vehicle body.

Contributed by Steve Crowe

Stellantis N.V. is a Dutch multinational automobile manufacturer established through a merger between PSA and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The company installed 11 collaborative robot arms from Universal Robots (UR) at its Mirafiori factory in Turin, Italy, to automate a series of complex assembly line operations and quality controls for the new Fiat 500 electric car.

The collaborative applications developed at Mirafiori have delivered significant benefits in terms of operating precision and quality, and also improved the ergonomics of a series of operations previously performed manually.

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