Midwest Engineering Systems Inc. Partners with Kuka Robotics For Healthcare Automation

To design and manufacture robots for healthcare application

Midwest Engineering Systems Inc., an innovative provider of premier custom machines and integrated systems, has partnered with Kuka Robotics to design and manufacture robots for healthcare applications.

As an integration partner, Midwest Engineering Systems will assist Kuka Robotics with automating the process of rotating and moving patients for the healthcare industry. Midwest Engineering Systems will be engineering safe, yet complex patient manipulation robots to suite a number of applications associated with the healthcare industry.

Over the last 20 years, Midwest Engineering Systems has been working with GE Healthcare and has vast experience with FEMA analysis and FDA regulations for the healthcare industry. This knowledge and expertise, in conjunction with a partnership with Kuka Robotics and other Healthcare-centric customers gives Midwest Engineering Systems the ability to provide configurations that are beyond compare.

Midwest Engineering Systems designs custom machines, automation systems and robotics for a variety of industries including: healthcare, automotive, aerospace, heavy equipment, consumer goods, warehouse, and many others.

Midwest Engineering Systems Inc. has been providing high-quality custom machine design and automation solutions since 1991.

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