Martorell, Spain, May 10, 2018 — Spanish car manufacturer SEAT releases new video footage of their robot-enhanced metal workshop in Martorell, near Barcelona. 2,000 of their robotic workers are synchronized to work together with 1,700 human employees to build one new car body every 68 seconds.
They took all this footage and produced a video to market it under a more artistic theme. They call it “A choreography with 2,000 robots”. You can find both the polished clip along with the raw video footage above if you click play. If you’re interested in more facts, you can also visit our website as linked below.
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