“Acceptance criteria will be specified in the course of the project”. These and other similar phrases can pose numerous risks both for end-users and suppliers.
When drafting user requirements (i.e. describing WHAT needs to be developed) and technical specifications (i.e. describing HOW the development will look), a number of points have to be taken into consideration. These call for in-depth knowledge of robotics and of the process to be automated, as well as familiarity with the problems encountered in everyday automation.
Based on our extensive expertise in robot research and development, and our experience gained as a troubleshooter in diverse automation projects, we draft user requirements and technical specifications that are watertight, therefore minimizing risks both for the end customer and the supplier.