Accutronics Research Batteries for Robots
There is currently a huge demand for specialised robots able to perform specific tasks extremely efficiently, often removing humans from repetitive or dangerous tasks. It is necessary for these robots to be autonomous and free from an AC supply and, as such they rely wholly on batteries as a power source.
As a leading developer and manufacturer of rechargeable batteries, Accutronics already has a wide range of professional rechargeable batteries designed to meet the emerging needs of Robot manufacturers worldwide, however we’re keen to understand the battery requirements of the future.
Therefore, we’re reaching out to robotics manufacturers to complete a short questionnaire which addresses the needs of robot designers, to learn more about the robots they’re developing and the batteries they require, so we can best serve their needs today and in years to come.
So, what’s in it for me? The results will help identify trends in battery selection and inform your future development decisions – you can select to receive an anonymised copy of the results at the end of the survey.
The information you disclose will be confidential and will not be provided to any third party.
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