ENP Newswire -
Release date- 26072013 - Staubli, a leading manufacturer of industrial robots, has announced the release of the new Staubli Robotics Suite version 2013.
Staubli Robotics Suite is an integrated Development, Simulation and Maintenance environment running in a Windows platform, which facilitates the development of robotic applications. It is the ideal companion to various methods of programming a Staubli robot, VAL 3, the interpreted programming language particularly well-suited for integrators and OEMs, VALproducts solutions, ready to use industry solutions adapted for end users and uniVAL drive, a 'ready to plug' solution to drive Staubli robots with generic industrial motion controllers, perfectly adapted for machine builders.
The innovative Staubli Robotics Suite features a new single window presentation with ribbons like ones seen in recent Windows updates, making it very intuitive yet powerful to use with all functions readily accessible. Staubli Robotics Suite version 2013 includes two integrated modules,
To meet the growing needs of businesses with increasingly advanced robotic solutions, Staubli Robotics is committed to continued development of software products that perform and are easy to use.
Staubli is a mechatronics solution provider with three dedicated divisions: textile machinery, connectors and robotics. With a workforce of 4000, Staubli has a presence in 25 countries and agents in 50 countries around the world.
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