Robotic Systems

Our panel assembly cells provide highest flexibility with large workpieces and high performance in panel assembly for your fastening process. The different systems are able to work on diverse structures and in a variety of angles. This makes industrial applications such as drilling and riveting more efficient and compatible for challenging  editing. A combination of our assembly stations increases the production workflow if needed even more and unlocks unimagined savings potential whilst automating your production processes to equip the Factory of the Future.

Power RACe

The Aerospace Robot with extreme reliability and availability. This robot stands out for beeing three times stiffer than a standard robot while offering a flexible workbase.


As a space saving Robot this system is able to handle a wide range of materials while meeting a high accuracy while operating. Industrial applications such as drilling and riveting are implemented technologies in our End-Effectors.

Light Robotics

Small, mobile and flexible. Our Collaboration Robots are a fully integrated system to relieve workers from unergonomic tasks without the need of any programming skills.


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Next Generation Assembly Technology: Offical handover of the most modern fuselage panel production line to Mitsubishi heavy industries

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and Broetje-Automation have finalized one of the most advanced production lines in the aerospace industry. At the MHI Hiroshima factory the final fastening system of the new panel production line for the Boeing 777-X program was completed and handed over to the customer. The two production lines include nine major fastening systems and mark a big milestone towards the digitally integrated Factory of the Future.

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Broetje-Automation demonstrates fully automatic installation of Ergotech® single-sided fasteners on PowerRace robotic system

For the production of each aircraft several hundred thousands of fasteners have to be installed. While mostly rivets that require a double-sided installation are used, single-sided fasteners have also become more and more popular in the industry. They are used to assemble primary and secondary aircraft structures especially in locations with limited accessibility.