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Robotics, AI and Process Optimization

Trusted advice to the world’s most inspiring brands.

Arabesque focuses on human-centered robotics and helps companies build a successful future. With the support of robots, processes and information are digitized and automated.

Show yourself as a leading player in your industry in terms of innovation and future readiness.

happy people & robots. it’s that simple.

RaaS Arabesque

Robot as a Service (RaaS)

RaaS is the future of automation. It is convenient, cost-effective and easy to implement.

RaaS is a subscription-based service model, a flexible solution for organizations that are thinking about deploying robots but do not have the expertise or internal resources to purchase and maintain the robots. Organizations reap from the benefits of process automation with robots by renting robots and accessing a mostly cloud-based subscription service.

Humans are at the heart of it. Robots are programmed to be human-centric, intuitive to use, and help employees enjoy their work more.

Our experts at Arabesque advice you. Get in touch with us here.


The easy way to get started with robots. Now companies can integrate robots into their daily routine in a pilot phase and gain important first experiences. The Robo-Trial removes the barriers to getting started with robotics as there are no commitments.

Benefits of the Robo-Trial:

  1. Process and resource optimization
  2. Improved customer & employee experience
  3. Engage employees, customers, and IT from the very beginning of the journey.
  4. Easy start.

Choose your length of trial: 4, 8 or 12 weeks

We advice and implement Robots & AI. We are with you all the way.

Publications & Media

Currently, all media and expert articles are released in German.
– 2022 Innovation Healthcare Magazine: RaaS ist die Zukunft der Automatisierung
– 2022 Heime und Spitäler Magazine: Erfolgreicher Test mit Pflegeroboter
– 2022 Limmattaler Zeitung: Elektronische Diener als Freund der Menschen
– 2021 Press Release: Roboter begeistert Senioren