At Twisted Robotics we offer two types of programming: a HMI or human machine interface and machine code. A HMI is commonly used when an operator must interact with machinery to start a process or adjust settings. Machine code runs without any operator interaction on a PLC or processer usually embedded into a system. This kind of programing is commonly found on autonomous scanners and repetitive task robots. We have experience writing all types of software. Some as simple as lighting a LED when a button is pressed, and others as complicated as coordinating high speed motion on multi-axis systems with multiple sensors.
Twisted Robotics can completely customize your control software specific to your application using a familiar Windows operating system. We’ll work with your operators to develop the most user-friendly software possible and we always allow our customers to provide input for the final version.