Comau - acronym of Consorzio
Macchine Utensili - is an Italian company with
headquarters in Turin, specializing in
industrial automation, robotics and their
maintenance especially for the automotive
industry. Comau is the
world leader in the industrial automation
sector. It focuses mainly in automotive,
aerospace and heavy industry. It has 24
locations in 13 countries. Comau is a wholly
owned subsidiary of the Fiat Group.
main achievements of Comau are
the first in the
manufacturing of engines
(FIAT) since 1978 and OpenGate
for car Assembly, module systems and remote
laser welding systems Agilaser.
Comau has been
designing and producing integrated robotic
solutions since 1978 and is currently a leading
international producer of industrial robots.
They manufacture industrial robots for a variety
of industries. Integrated robotics, turn-key
systems and robotized cells are implemented
mainly in the automotive industry. In 2000 Comau
Robotics developed SMART, robotized cells and
process-integrated solutions for all payload
categories, which have reduced dimensions,
increased working volume, high-precision
movements and positioning accuracy for spot
welding, arc welding, foundry, laser welding,
press-to-press automation, handling/palletizing
and sealing/gluing. Their industrial robot
products handle small, medium and high payloads.
They also produce robot control units. The
company is member of the International
Federation of Robotics.