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Robotics software for everyone now available online

Robotics software for everyone now available online

Fuzzy Logic has announced on its website the launch of Fuzzy Studio, its industrial robot programming and simulation software that requires no programming skills.

Fuzzy Studio now enables non-robotics experts to create virtual cells and control industrial robots, enabling them to robotize their production at an affordable price and with low risk
and with low risk. And even in use cases where this was previously considered impossible, such as small production volumes or complex parts. Previously reserved for a select few customers, the software is now available online to a wider audience. It comes with informative documentation and tutorials.

Fuzzy Studio is a no-code software that allows people who are not robotics experts to simulate and program industrial robots. It is universal, compatible with most brands of robots on the market, and allows people who have no expertise in robotics or programming to design, program and simulate their own robotic cell. With the increasing use of robotics in France and Europe as a means of relocating production, Fuzzy Studio now offers an easy-to-use and low-risk solution for such an investment.

Fuzzy Studio is offered on the Fuzzy Logic website with two different license options: The "Fuzzy Studio Simulation" license allows users who are not robotics experts to create and preview a robot cell in a simulated environment. The "Fuzzy Studio Production" license, on the other hand, provides all the tools necessary to integrate and operate a real robot cell.

Ryan Lober, CEO of Fuzzy Logic, says, "This online launch is the culmination of two years of development of Fuzzy Studio based on deployment in production with our existing customers. Fuzzy Studio is now ready to be made available to a wider audience and is the most advanced and accessible robotics software on the market today."

He further adds, "Fuzzy Logic will completely redefine mass customization and flexible production. We aspire to make industrial robotics accessible to a broader audience, such as use cases like smaller production volumes or one-off parts where automation is difficult due to the high costs associated with complex robot programming. By democratizing robotics and making it easier for anyone to program and simulate a robot, we're making robot automation affordable for applications where it was previously considered impossible."

Fuzzy Studio provides instant access to an interactive digital twin robot cell Solutions for creating robot cells today are often complex. With Fuzzy Studio, this
process incredibly simple and accessible to all. The software offers a comprehensive library of robots and is highly compatible with 3D digital design (CAD) formats. With this software, creating an interactive virtual cell is done in a way that is intuitive and simple, even for robotics novices. It offers anyone the ability to create, program and simulate a robotic workcell for a fully functional real-time digital twin.

Optimize the cell with just a few clicks

Fuzzy Studio includes a collision detection function that can be used to instantly determine the cell size. Object positions are configured and displayed within minutes, and potential collision points between parts of the digital twin are predicted. With just a few clicks, any object can be easily reconfigured. When the positioning of an object is modified, the trajectories associated with that object are updated accordingly. The interactions are dynamic and the feasibility of the robot trajectories is immediately displayed.

The "Fuzzy Studio Production" license includes the functions of the "Simulation" license and additionally provides a connection to the robot for real-time control. With this control, all hypotheses formulated in the simulated cell are validated, including trajectories, deployment and collisions in the real world. Thanks to the fast simulation, the risk of error is virtually zero. If a problem is detected, it can be quickly fixed directly in the simulation.