ABAGY'S MISSION IS TO EMPOWER PEOPLE WITH ROBOTICS
We make robotics accessible for millions of businesses and humans
We believe that, as robots become more flexible and efficient, they will significantly change people's lives, businesses, and the global economy.

Abagy’s vision

Manufacturing is in need of millions of workers. By 2024, the United States alone is projected to face a shortage of roughly 400,000 welders. Robotization is the solution.

With ABAGY, no special knowledge is required to work with robots. Any welder can quickly master it. This technology can increase productivity and also be inspiring.
Jim worked as a welder for over ten years. His physically demanding job required him to work on large steel beams for eight hours a day. Now, he manages a robotic cell, making his work more interesting and productive; his daily output has doubled and the welding quality has improved.
Jim, robot operator
With our technology, specialists can change lives by letting robots do the hard work
Peoples’ Lives
Once upon a time, Henry Ford revolutionized manufacturing with mass production. Today, we see the opposite trend — unique products, each created to fit the specific needs of each individual consumer.

By making our robotic systems more adaptable and flexible, ABAGY brings the efficiency of the assembly line to non-serial, high variance production. With ABAGY, robots are like humans — they can see and understand tasks, making it possible to use welding robots for customized projects and one-of-a-kind parts.
A company, due to the fact that they were manufacturing a wide array of steel structures, in accordance with market demand, was previously unable to use robots. Now, they have installed a robotic cell, which has quadrupled their high variance production. This Company’s increase in speed and welding quality has given them a massive advantage over their competition.
Steel fabrication ltd
Production can easily switch between different parts, as a result, it can have the ability to personalize individual products
Business
Production facilities generally do not operate at full capacity, so that means it’s possible to share resources. Creating a Shared Economy for manufacturing can boost efficiency and maximize production potential.

Currently, there are 10 countries manufacturing 70% of the world's goods. But thanks to robotization, production can easily shift, so that manufacturing happens closer to the end-user.
Over the years, dozens of manufacturing operations have relocated overseas, in particular, to China. But during the coronavirus period, it became clear that such a model is not ideal. Returning industry to domestic shores can lead to the development and prosperity of US cities and states.
USA
Reshoring and a Shared Economy
Global economy