Flow Robotics was awarded the DIRA Technology Award 2021 for flowbot® ONE at ROBOTBRAG on 26 August, hosted by Technological Institute in Odense.
The Award is given to honor a unique and innovative Danish technology product with great market potential, scalability and cutting-edge technology.
The Jury presented the award at the ceremony in the evening with a few words about flowbot® ONE:
“User-friendly is key to this robot. Scalability and the multiple usage of the robot is definitely something Flow Robotics has considered in their flowbot® ONE. This is why we chose Flow Robotics as winner of the DIRA Technology award 2021”
Flow Robotics aims to make it seamless and enjoyable to perform liquid handling tasks in a lab. The robot, flowbot® ONE, performs liquid handling tasks in the laboratory and takes over many of the repetitive and burdensome manual pipetting tasks.
This improves reliability and enables lab personnel to engage in other activities, increasing the productivity of the lab in general. It also reduces work-related injuries significantly.
“We wish to make lab automation available to all and help lighten the manual workload in the laboratories. That is why we simplify robotics, and due to flowbot® ONE’s flexibility and user-friendly software, anybody can use it. We look forward to a bright future for the company and the Labtech community as a whole,” says CEO of Flow Robotics Annika Isaksson.
flowbot® ONE is developed for immediate adjustment and does not require programming skills so it really can be used by everybody. By the push of a few buttons, you can save hours of manual work.
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David Guldager on behalf of the jury states: “For the technology of tomorrow it is important to think scalability as well as intuitive usage into the product – this has been done with this pipetting robot by Flow Robotics, and we are sure it is a robot that do not just stand in the corner unused – the pipetting robot is going to make a difference for many laboratory technicians with less work related injuries from manual pipetting around the world”