Danieli Automation acquires Telerobot Labs
Telerobot Labs, an Italian company specialized in robotics and headquartered in Genova, is now part of Danieli Group.
Telerobot designs, develops, manufactures, installs and starts up advanced robotic systems in the fields of mechanical and special devices, such as off-shore, nuclear and electromedical devices.
This merger of robotics knowledge and expertise by Danieli Automation and Telerobot will result in the creation of a highly specialized division.
The new acquisition will strengthen, diversify and solidify the technological leadership of Danieli Group which is strongly committed to Industry 4.0.
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