Robot Guidance

Optimize production efficiency while reducing costs: ISRA provides process-integrated solutions for contact-free identification, location recognition, and optimal joining of components throughout the process chain in the body shop. Our systems ensure robust and highly precise processes, maintaining or even reducing the machine cycle times and achieving maximum availability.

The sensors are designed especially for the harsh production environment, withstanding shocks, acceleration, and contamination. Suitable for use with all robots and communication interfaces common in the automotive industry, ISRA’s flexible robot guidance systems offer large potential savings. For example, when part geometries are changed or new components are integrated, there is no need for costly mechanical adaptation or even to completely reconfigure the machine. The system can manage a virtually infinite number of components.


Easy-to-use 2D and 2½D robot guidance system for stacking and unstacking of sorted or single components from pallets, boxes and cages, as well the automated picking of components from conveyors.


Robot-guided removal of sorted components of all sizes from transport containers through full detection of their 3D position in the bin space with a single camera.

Bin Picking

The simple solution for a complex task: The sensor system that empties containers, pallets, boxes or cages filled with unsorted components of all sizes fully automatically.

Best-Fit Joining Processes

The highly flexible 3D robot guidance system ensures the uniformity of gaps specified by our customers, especially during the installation of roofs, trunk lids, doors, fenders, and hoods. Following the high-precision process, the system offers 100% quality documentation by conducting final quality proof measurements.

Forming and Piercing

The system enables highly accurate forming and piercing processes by measuring customer-specific features such as holes, edges, corners, surfaces, etc. of the vehicle to provide the corresponding robot offsets. Shortly before the robot executes the forming and piercing process, its position can be determined with high precision and if necessary corrected in order to achieve maximum process accuracy.

Parts Positioning

Process-integrated measurement of customer-specific features such as holes, edges, corners, surfaces, etc. of the vehicle and determination of corresponding robot offsets: The system is suitable for managing a large variety of downstream production steps, such as welding, soldering, riveting, punching, joining etc.