What is Nordbo Systems?
Nordbo Systems focuses on making industrial robots easy and intuitive to use. The company makes a compact and flexible robotic solution – Nordbo Cube – that very quickly can collect items from a conveyer belt. The software, that comes along with the robot, makes it easy yet intuitive for an employee to make the robot adapt to new tasks. It is also able to be relocated to different places in the production. Using smart docking mechanism and auto calibration procedure the Nordbo Systems Cube rapidly switched between two different locations. The robotic solution of Nordbo Systems is well suited for companies that has changeable production processes and needs to be able to adapt to them easily and quickly. The existing robotic solutions of the same type are designed for mass production and cost more to commission and re-set. Nordbo Systems is evolving on the trend and visions of Industry 4.0, which includes the special features of the Nordbo Systems Cube: It connects easily to the existing production and shares information with other machines. It can simultaneously send production information to The Cloud, where users can easily access the production status in the form of statistics and diagnosis in case of malfunction / breakdown. Nordbo Systems is a part of Odense Robotics’ StartUp Hub.
From the left: Leo Zhou (Co- Founder. Primarily resposible for administration, sales and management of key customers) and Lukasz Zymla (Co- Founder. Primarily responsible for development and management of key customers)
Reasons for being selected to the hub
- Nordbo Systems delivers a very interesting solution within secondary packaging.
- The simple implementation and the fast conversion between different tasks is believed to have a big global market.
- The StartUp Hub programme with its help and sparring is believed to bring KUBO a substantial step closer to a product and a strategy that is ready for the global market.
Quote from Nordbo Systems
“Being a part of the hub gives you some publicity and people in the industry get to know your name. To be a part of the hub you need to be approved by a board of successful people within the robotic industry, Esben Østergaard, CTO of Universal Robots to name one. When this board gives you their stamp of approval it gives you some credibility that is evident when meeting business partners. There is also a significant economical aspect of being a part of the hub. We have gotten a lot of advice when it comes to funding which was not an area that we knew much about when we started our business. You also get to be a part of some fairs that you otherwise would not have the capital as a start up company to be part of. We have benefitted from our sparring sessions with the business developers attached to the StartUp Hub. You get mentioned in professional journals and other medias. You are also able to use the facilities of the Danish Technological Institute which has been a good place for us to develop our product.”