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The industrial operation of robots is no longer a competitive advantage reserved only to multinational corporations, as more and more smaller manufacturers are investing in the automation of their production processes. What will happen to human workers in the future? Estonian factory automation services provider Tech Group’s CEO Martin Sutrop believes that the end goal of automatisation isn’t making the human work force redundant, but rather nudging them in the direction of doing smarter work. “Human work should be smart and efficient and with the least amount of useless movements that could be performed better by a robot,” explains Sutrop.

Tech Group is running two business areas in parallel – one involves tailor-made factory automation solutions for end-customers and the other is providing development and production capacity to technology firms in segments where the clients themselves might not see the need for building their own competence or capacity.

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