Check out the July issue of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Magazine, with the feature on Tradiebot Industries’ Augmented Reality Software WorxAR. This game changing software is designed for the Mechanical and Service industry and is available in your own tailored mobile or online application. Check out the full article:
Canadian Collision Repair Magazine discusses Tradiebots’ augmented reality platform WorxAR, that might just change the way training is done in the collision repair industry in Canada and all over the world. Read full article here.
ZF is the first company in Germany to receive official approval for automated drone flights over factory premises. A drone prototype has recently started flying spare parts such as sensors or control cards from the central warehouse to workshops.
Australia’s largest automotive collision repair network AMA / Gemini Group has thrown its considerable weight behind Industry 4.0 innovator Tradiebot Industries’ Repair-Bot project being developed in conjunction with Swinburne University. With backing from the Australian Government’s Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC), the stage one, $1.2 million collaborative Repair-bot project is making use of 3D […]
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) is supporting a collaborative project with Tradiebot Industries to deliver the world’s first automated vehicle panel repair system. As part of the project, Tradiebot Industries will collaborate with the University of New South Wales (UNSW) ARC Training Centre for Automated Manufacture of Advanced Composites (AMAC) on developing a robotic control system to carry out […]