IAI Proudly Introduces TAA Tabletop Series Robots

IAI (Intelligent Actuator Incorporated), a leading robotics provider headquartered in Shizuoka, Japan, would like to introduce their TTA Tabletop Series robots. The accessible tabletop design provides an affordable “in-office” option for efficient and accurate patient testing and diagnosis.

“IAI is proud to be at the forefront of technology to assist the medical community in the battle against Covid-19 and any future health crisis,” says Kaz Haruna, National Sales Manager for IAI America. The current pandemic creates an urgent need for readily available multiple testing and diagnostic tools worldwide. The IAI Tabletop Series provides clients with customizable systems that are delivered complete and functional with minimal programming required on site. The compact design is flexible, precise, and multi-use to allow the user complete control over the required operation. The TTA series is also compatible with external video processing/analysis systems for micro-dosing applications.

Currently, IAI is actively assisting the medical community by providing robotic components for infectious disease testing, molecular diagnostics, tissue and blood sampling, genomic research, cancer research, pharmaceuticals, and medical device production.

About IAI: Founded in Shimizu, Japan in 1976, Intelligent Actuator Incorporated (IAI) has over forty years of experience in the design and manufacture of customized medical and industrial robotics. Built on “Quality and Innovation,” IAI is a leader in the research and development of advanced energy-efficient and affordable Cartesian, SCARA, and Tabletop robots. From entry-level to high-speed models, IAI provides complete programmable systems and components to fulfill any and all of your medical testing and industrial production needs.

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