Production Infrastructure

Martin Kropf

Lead Customer Contact & Sales

Christian Graf

Lead Team Skills, IT & Infrastructure

Lukas Schmutz

Lead Development & Fulfilment

Automation

We distinguish between partial and complete automation. With the former, only a part of the process is automated, while the other is left to human input. But there’s a clear trend to complete automation: The entire workflow is automated so that there’s no human input needed at all. 

So, why do we automate? To allow workflows that

  • humans can’t do
  • could be dangerous or harmful for humans (e.g. repetitive movements)
  • should simply not be done by a human (anymore)
  • require such a high level of precision that there is no room for error

How we automate depends on the requirements of the job. Oftentimes, we’ll use robot arms, but that’s not the only way to automate complex workflows. 

The following videos and stories provide some insight into the world of automation at Gimelli.

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