In a previous article, we saw how industrial automation is increasingly in the spotlight, thanks to the push of the fourth industrial revolution or Industry 4.0.

Today we see how industrial robotics is playing a leading role in another “hot” topic because of its ability to improve efficiency and increase the sustainability of processes.
In this sense, industrial robotics can also be an enabling factor in terms of achieving the sustainable development goals that industrial cycles set for themselves.

Robotics and automation to combat climate change

According to theIFR (International Federation of Robotics), smart investments made in robotics technology will prove critical to companies’ adherence to their commitment to reduce their environmental impact.
Indeed, thanks to their efficiency, robots make it possible to reduce energy consumption during the production cycle; since they also come with extreme precision, they are able to reduce the amount of waste, exerting a positive action in the ratio of resource inputs to outputs.

Industrial automation and sustainability

Automation is now more firmly linked to sustainability than ever before. In addition to using less energy, automation systems and solutions also provide the opportunity to refine processes by means of resource management systems, production execution systems and business intelligence, consequently increasing companies’ production capacity by optimizing unplanned downtime and waste.

Robots to enter efficient sustainability

Therefore, to produce more efficiently, companies must invest in robots, which in addition to being an important operational support have become and will become increasingly indispensable as we enter the age of efficient sustainability.
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