L’Oréal has deployed new technologies for automation, modeling and sensory evaluation using robotic applications and solutions from OnRobot. The integration of collaborative applications has allowed L’Oréal to improve the work environment, rid employees of difficult tasks and assign them more inspiring tasks. The OnRobot RG6 gripper provided optimal flexibility for evaluating hairstyles thanks to the size of the gripper and its speed when changing tests, when it is necessary to easily switch end tools.
As part of the foam evaluation process, the RG2-FT gripper provides ideal grip strength control thanks to built-in sensors and robustness when handling objects.
In 2012, L’Oréal opened the world’s largest hair research center in Saint-Ouen, France. Nearly 500 researchers work on three floors, creating new shampoos, care products, styling products and hair dyes based on scientific knowledge and hair types. Workers develop, create and carefully monitor the needs and desires of consumers. To stay at the forefront of its field, L’Oréal needed new automation, modeling and analytical technologies in its laboratories.
Investments in infrastructure eventually led to savings of tens of thousands of euros. Increased performance, ease of use and increased productivity for all operators have been achieved through accurate test units. So far, they have tested 175 formulations per week (7 hours × 5 days). In the near future, they will test up to 504 formulations per week (24 hours × 7 days). OnRobot systems are now installed in all L’Oréal hair laboratories throughout France and could soon be deployed internationally.
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