Knorr-Bremse Rail Systems Budapest Adds New Robot Cell to Enhance Automated Manufacturing

Budapest – Knorr-Bremse Rail Systems Budapest recently announced the addition of a new robot cell to its automated manufacturing process. This state-of-the-art cell, consisting of two robots, one for movement and the other for feeding components and performing optical inspection, is a significant step in the facility’s ongoing efforts to enhance robot-aided process automation.

This new robot cell is just one example of the many ways in which Knorr-Bremse Rail Systems Budapest is investing in the future-proofing of its production processes. The facility also utilizes Autonomous Mobile Robots as a key component of its intralogistic’s material supply chain, as well as a welding robot in the Machines Parts Production and a high-pressure washing robot in the Budapest RailServices Center.

These advanced technologies are helping to make the facility’s manufacturing processes smoother, faster, and even more reliable. Knorr-Bremse Rail Systems Budapest is committed to staying at the forefront of manufacturing innovation, and this new robot cell is a testament to that commitment.

About – The Budapest site of the rail vehicle systems division of Knorr-Bremse Group operating since 1995 is the world’s largest manufacturer and developer of railway braking systems with sales totaling over HUF 100 billion (around EUR 300 million) in 2018. It was named Company of the Year 2019 by Figyelő Top200.

Residing in Budapest the company employs 1800+ professionals – including 400 engineers – who develop and manufacture high-tech bogie equipment, brake controls, and air supply systems used all over the world to stop and operate trains, superfast trains, trams and subway cars. In Hungary, our high-quality products ensure safety of traffic when traveling by CAF trams, Flirt railcars, KISS double-decker trains or the subway cars on metro line M3 in Budapest.


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