Rainbow cobots are widely utilized in the education, scientific, and research communities. They provide a reliable foundation for accurate data gathering and analysis, while also supporting the development of new technologies and educating future generations.
In vocational and technical programs, cobots are safe for students (after a risk assessment), intuitive, and easy-to-program. They teach valuable and up-to-date automation skills to help address the manufacturing skills gap. Cobots are also used in higher education projects across a range of study areas.
Small, lightweight cobots are cost-effective and fit into small labs and on classroom tables. Rainbow Robotics consistently follow exact processes and pre-defined workflows with high repeatability, making them ideal for strict laboratory environments and tasks that require avoiding the possibility of human contamination.
Cobots excel in performing dull, repetitive, difficult, and potentially dangerous tasks that are unsuitable for lab technicians. Intuitive and flexible programming allows even non-robotics students to take advantage of automation benefits without distracting them from their primary subjects.
With the growth of collaborative automation worldwide, students with cobot experience bring valuable skills to employers upon graduation.