Sarissa Assistance Systems

No Mistakes. Flexible Processes. Highest Quality.

Local Positioning System [1]

The Sarissa Local Positioning System (LPS) combines advanced ultrasound technology, easy-to-use software and a powerful, open interface architecture. It can be used as a high-performance, highly flexible assistance system or as a pure 3D coordinate supply for automation technology. Either way, the LPS is unique. More...

QualityAssist [2]

The QualityAssist assistance system is a unique software solution for processing and utilizing the 3D spatial coordinates. With the help of an intuitive user interface, work instructions for a variety of applications can be created quickly and easily. More...

PositionBox [3]

The core of the Local Positioning System: the PositionBox is an innovative xyz coordinate sensor that calculates the spatial coordinates of tools, workpieces and hands. The PositionBox is based on ultrasound – without the need for any additional length and angle measuring systems. More...

Areas of Application

  • Assembly
  • Order-picking
  • Packaging

Cost Reduction

  • Reduction of assembly costs
  • No final inspection
  • Reduction of complaints

Positive Side Effects

  • High customer satisfaction
  • Zero error rate through "Zero Default System"
  • Protection against product liability

The operator decides. The assistance system verifies. Sarissa production assistance systems support the worker, facilitating actions and decision making. The systematic supply of information makes manual work processes safer. With Sarissa, one goal is foremost: to link the individual and the machine through intelligent task-sharing of their strengths.

The result: Poka-Yoke in its purest form.

The QualityAssist works like an electronic set of work instructions which ensure compliance. First, you simply teach in the 3-D positions of the work steps and then put them in the correct sequence. It’s easy! Afterwards, all the quality-relevant hand movements of the operator, together with any tool positions, are monitored, guided, and corrected if necessary.

The Local Positioning System stops mistakes from happening – before they can happen.

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Laservisualisierung Sarissa

Laser guidance now available for the Sarissa LPS Assistance System

Visualization of worker guidance with the Sarissa assistance system can now be carried out by laser projection. A clearly visible laser projects onto the next gripping or assembly position, either on…

Sarissa Systems User

  • Airbus Group
  • Audi AG
  • BMW AG
  • Bosch Rexroth AG
  • BSH Hausgeräte GmbH
  • Daimler AG
  • Dräxlmaier Group
  • Infineon Technologies AG
  • Isringhausen GmbH & Co. KG
  • Groupe PSA
  • HBPO GmbH
  • Hettich-Heinze GmbH & Co. KG
  • Hyundai Motor Company
  • Kia Motors Corporation
  • Latésys SAS
  • Magna International Inc.
  • Magnet-Schultz GmbH & Co. KG
  • Recaro GmbH
  • Robert Bosch GmbH
  • Rolls-Royce Power Systems GmbH
  • Safran S.A.
  • SAIC General Motors Corporation Limited
  • Schwäbische Formdrehteile GmbH & Co. KG
  • Sturm Maschinen- & Anlagenbau GmbH
  • ThyssenKrupp System Engineering
  • Volkswagen AG
  • Webasto Group
  • Witte Automotive Velbert GmbH & Co. KG
Compared to worker guidance systems using pick-by-light installations, the innovative QualityAssist assistance system is substantially more cost-effective, especially when six or more action points or positions are needed. Installation and overhead wiring is minimal. In addition, work instructions can be easily created and updated by in-house staff. The Local Positioning System offers much greater flexibility for current and future projects.
The range between transmitter and receiver is approximately 4 meters, resulting in a working space diameter of 8 meters per receiver. With a cluster of several receivers, even the most demanding applications can be implemented, e.g. when there is limited visual connection between the transmitter and the receiving unit or when the working area is very large. All receivers within the cluster use a single common coordinate system.

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