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Jan 2, 2022 by Arun vats

80% ENTERPRISES HAVE DEVELOPED THEIR CHOICE.
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Automation software is must for today’s enterprise. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is that the technology that enables anyone nowadays to configure system software

WDG Robotic Automation

Robotics process automation(rpa) allows organizations to automate task just like a human being was doing them across application and systems. Robotic automation interacts with the existing it architecture with no complex system integration required.
Rpa can be used to automate workflow, infrastructure, back office process which are labor intensive. These software bots can interact with an in-house application, website, user portal, etc. The rpa is a software program which runs on an end user’s pc, laptop or mobile device. It is a sequence of commands which are executed by bots under some defined set of business rules.
The main goal of robotics automation process to replace repetitive and boring clerical task performed by humans, with a virtual workforce. Rpa does not require the development of code, nor does it require direct access to the code or database of the applications.

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Hurdles to overcome​

We’re seeing growing interest and investment in AI-related technology by Fortune 100 companies in almost every industry. In financial services, for example, robo-advisors, intelligent underwriting and automated agent-based banking services are already in action. However, the multitude of options notwithstanding, adopters are being confronted with some tough decisions in their journey to enterprise AI, including:

  1. Manufacturing: Robotic arms and machines are extensively used in manufacturing industries for tasks such as assembly, welding, painting, and packaging. These robots can perform repetitive and precise tasks with high efficiency, speed, and accuracy.

  2. Warehousing and Logistics: Robotic automation is employed in warehouses and distribution centers for tasks like sorting, picking, and placing items. Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) are used to transport goods within the facility, optimizing inventory management and reducing manual labor.

  3. Healthcare: Robots are utilized in healthcare settings for various purposes, including surgery, rehabilitation, and patient care. Surgical robots assist surgeons in performing minimally invasive procedures with enhanced precision and control. Robotic exoskeletons[1] aid in physical therapy and rehabilitation of patients with mobility impairments.

  4. Agriculture: Agricultural robots, also known as agribots or agri-robots, are used in farming operations. They can perform tasks such as planting seeds, harvesting crops, monitoring crop health, and applying pesticides. These robots help increase productivity, reduce labor costs, and optimize resource utilization.

  5. Customer Service: Robotic automation is employed in customer service to handle repetitive and routine tasks. Chatbots and virtual assistants, powered by artificial intelligence, can interact with customers, provide information, answer queries, and assist with basic transactions, freeing up human agents to handle more complex issues.

  6. Mining and Exploration: Robots are utilized in mining operations for tasks that involve hazardous or inaccessible environments. They can perform activities like drilling, excavation, and transportation of materials. In space exploration, robots are used for planetary rovers to collect data and conduct experiments.

  7. Home Automation: Robotic automation is becoming increasingly common in households. Robotic vacuum cleaners, such as Roomba, automate the process of cleaning floors. Smart home devices and personal assistants, like Amazon Echo or Google Home, integrate voice commands and automation to control various home functions, such as lighting, temperature, and security.

This highlight the diverse applications of robotic automation across different industries and sectors. The use of robots improves efficiency, productivity, safety, and can lead to cost savings in various domains.

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Application of RPA

Industry Usage Live Project
Healthcare Patient registration, Stock, Billing WDG Healthcare; WDG Pharmacy
HR Employee joining, Payroll process, Hiring WDG Payroll, WDG Employee
Education Fee Management, Attendance, Payroll, Visitors WDG School
Insurance Claims Processing & Clearance, Premium Information Start Soon
Manufacturing & Retail Bills of material, Calculation of Sales WDG POS, WDG Retail
Telecom Service Order Management, Quality Reporting Call Center System
Travel & Logistic Ticket booking, Passenger Details, Accounting Start Soon
Banking & Finance Cards activation, Frauds claims, Discovery NA
Government Change of Address, License Renewal NA
Infrastructure Issues Processing, Account setup and communication WDG Rent

Most Automated Countries in the World

1 SINGAPORE REPUBLIC OF KOREA 93.23%
2 JAPAN GERMANY 80.43%
3 SWEDEN DENMARK 70.35%
4 ITALY, BELGIUM USA 67.87%
5 TAIWAN UNITED KINGDOM 65.94%
6 CANADA FRANCE 64.34%
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Robot density is a measurement that tracks the number of robots per 10,000 workers in an industry. This shows more countries are turning to automation to fill their manufacturing needs.

Most Asked FAQ


1. You are able to describe the work. This doesn’t mean your documentation exists or is current. The task could be described by recording a user performing their work on a computer including how they handle exceptions.
2. The work is rules-based rather than subjective. Robots need to be prepared (aka, taught, trained, configured) to perform specific actions on your systems. While getting closer each year, current technology is insufficient for a robot to determine on its own what to when faced with a new situation.
3. The work is performed electronically. It doesn’t matter how many different applications are required or whether they are in-house, cloud-based, Citrix, desktop or mainframe.
4. The required data is structured (could be structured). If not, you may be able to utilize an OCR and/or cognitive application capable of structuring the file. Alternatively, you could have people enter the data into a structured format.
Generally, it’s hard for slow-moving organizations to make a great case as they are unable to generate enough value to offset financial entry costs. However, a hard-driving organization with scale should expect to save 50-80% of onshore costs and save 25-40% of offshore. Our solutions offering helps organizations achieve comparable value.

1. Robotics COE (below) is the governing body within the organization with representatives from the business and technology as well as its own dedicated resources for benefits realization tracking, scheduling, methods and standards, and prioritization. The Design Authority role which has final say on automation design and configuration delivery quality would sit in the COE.
2. Configuration teams comprised of robotics developers, process analysts, architects and quality control. A rapidly scaling organization would have its own teams and would often contract additional third-party teams. In addition to robotics expertise, configuration team members are often highly proficient with common tools/skills like spreadsheets, formulae, workflows, and macros.
3. Business-as-usual teams who load and keep the robots running in production, and may also perform minor enhancements
4. Control room team (which may be part of BAU team) schedules robot resources, sets and resets priorities for processing and engages with the operations on the performance of the robots, including identifying potential functionality enhancements for additional value.

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