What is your field of expertise?

Jean-François Zune, Manager, LuxroboticJean-François Zune, Manager, Luxrobotic ® – Zeltic Group: “We support industrial companies with robot solutions and the automation of industrial processes. We provide consulting services to help our customers design projects all the way from idea to detailed specifications and evaluate all aspects – technical, financial, ergonomic, man-machine interactions, and so on. In some cases, we also provide tailor-made turnkey solutions and manage not only the development of the specifications and all necessary pre-studies, but also take charge of ordering and programming the robots and associated devices, developing the tooling and training the users. Sometimes, we develop our own software designed to meet clients’ specific needs.”

We support industrial companies with robot solutions and the automation of industrial processes.

How do you contribute to your customers’ industry 4.0 projects?

“Automation is a key aspect of industry 4.0. As we also take the whole data dimension into account, we also contribute to their digitalisation and use of big data and the internet of things. My ambition is also to support our clients with improving their production through the use of artificial intelligence.”

Who are your clients?

“We work with manufacturing companies in the medical, automotive, mechanical, cosmetic, engineering, food and environment sectors, and also provide some support to schools. Most of our customers are located in Luxembourg, as well as in the surrounding regions in France, Belgium and Germany. We have found an attractive niche market here.”

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