Nowadays, the world of industries is a buzz with just two words – Robots and Automation. Every industry worth of its salt is in the quest of, first understanding and then implementing the virtues of robotic automation.
The diamond industry is no exception. In fact, it is the very industry that is poised to gain from robotic automation the most, as everything in diamond industry revolves around just one aspect – precision.
Automation aided with Robots can increase precision exponentially and if it is backed with artificial intelligence, it can easily escalate the fortunes of any diamond procession unit beyond imagination.
The reasons for using robots in diamond industry are fairly simple. Each diamond processing unit, be it a small one or a giant – faces some peculiar problems. The fluctuation in the balance of demand against supply is a major hindrance. To keep the balance, one has to strive for optimum and consistent quality, which unfortunately is largely dependent on the skilled operators, who are scarce. On top of it, there is a worrisome trend of increasing costs of rough diamonds and decreasing prices of the polished ones, which in turn reduces the profit margin. Add to that the ever-increasing competition, and you get an idea of turmoil the industry is passing through.
Fortunately, all these issues can be greatly leveled with help of robots.
Industry leaders like STPL have already shown significant progress in this direction. What is more heartening is the fact that, STPL is continuously moving ahead of developing more and more automated solutions for diamond industry and now focusing on offering holistic solutions performed by state-of-the-art ROBOT!. The recent innovations from STPL have already proven that smart ROBOTs can greatly help the diamond industry in almost eliminating its dependency on human operators, while hugely boosting the productivity with great precision.
One can safely that such innovative measures will massively change the course of the entire diamond processing industry in the coming years.