Designing entire production environments to be safe for people, machines and the environment: Pilz Czech Republic and Pilz Slovakia are experts at this. With their expertise on holistic safety concepts, they support their customers in overcoming the challenges resulting from increasing automation.
The automotive industry is primarily active on the Czech and Slovakian automation market. Both automotive suppliers and manufacturers are among the most important customers for safe automation. The woodworking and food industries also depend on system solutions from Pilz, however. What is this market focused on? The most important factor to ensure long-term survival as a company is a high degree of automation in production – which is a challenge for manufacturers in Eastern Europe. The higher the degree of automation, the more significant the protection of humans and machinery becomes.
With experience and knowledge from robotics – the main focus of the market – as well as machine monitoring and construction, the experts from Pilz offer holistic safety concepts that help their customers to meet these challenges. What’s special: the concepts are created for entire production plants – from engineering to system integration, including the check of all machinery and the certification of robot cells. The Czech and Slovakian workers have also recognised the importance of a safe workplace: safety and ergonomics are becoming an increasingly important decision-making basis for them.
Machinery safety in “team play”
Since Pilz Czech Republic was founded almost ten years ago, Pilz’s customers have become increasingly aware of the topic of safety. The subsidiary considers the further support of these customers in this to be their main task. For this reason, Pilz is active in the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics (CIIRC) in order to be able to inform primarily medium-sized enterprises about machinery safety and how to manage it.
The employees of Pilz Czech Republic and Pilz Slovakia are proud to be respected partners for safety and security, which is also their main motivation for future collaboration with their customers. The young, close-knit team, which combines the strengths of a number of different characters with different interests, will also work together for machinery safety in the future – machinery safety in “team play”.