Pioneers in Robotics
A robot may not injure a human or allow a human to come to harm. A robot must obey orders given to it by a human as long as those orders don’t conflict with the First Law. Those are the first two Laws of Robotics as devised by science fiction writer Isaac Asimov. Racer – the latest addition to the family of robots created by Comau, the FCA Group company specialized in industrial automation – was designed to enhance cooperation between man and machine. Agile, quick and precise, it works efficiently and safely alongside with humans. It can do almost anything, including playing basketball against NBA star, Marco Belinelli, who plays with the San Antonio Spurs.
Born in Italy, Belinelli is known around the world. Just like Comau: a global company with 25 offices in 15 countries, whose machines are used by leaders in the automotive, aerospace, petrochemical and defense industries.
Future-oriented by nature, Comau is a pioneer in the field of robotics. Established 30 years ago, the robotics division is one of the leading global producers of anthropomorphic robots. Its products cover the entire gamut of production activities with machines ranging in size from very small to very large. Applications range from manipulation, machine tooling, palletizing, arc and spot welding, handling and machining in foundries and other hostile environments.