Sustainable Automation Journey

Robot Operations Framework

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Create SMART Goals

To make goals more tangible, the creation of SMART objectives (a tool created by George T. Doran in 1981) is important. SMART objectives are:

  • Specific (simple, sensible, significant)
  • Measurable (meaningful, motivating)
  • Achievable (agreed, attainable)
  • Relevant (reasonable, realistic, result-based)
  • Time bound (time-based, time limited, time/cost limited)

If your goals are SMART, it is easier for you to track the progress and evaluate if you are working towards your set objectives or not. Using measurable action items assigned to your goal helps to slice it into smaller tasks, too. Here is an example of a SMART objective: Implement 20 robots in the three use-cases cleaning, box transport and pallet transport until 2025.

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WAKU Robotics supports you in choosing the right robot for your application. We take care of the procurement of the robots as well as the on-site test. Our WAKU Platform software helps you to operate the robots across manufacturers and to analyze the processes.

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