ROSP Automation offers robotized medication management systems for hospitals’ pharmacies. By integrating robots into the pharmaceutical world, we provide a fast and efficient control of liquid medication filling needs.
Solving Big Problems
One dose at a time
computer vision and artificial intelligence (A.I.).
Syringes per day
liquid medications handled
cost reduction for filling syringes
Hospitals in North America
What we do
In order to meet the high demand of liquid medication encountered in hospitals, it is important for us to provide an automated solution that will address their needs. To do so, the ROSP 2R-150 holds up to 150 different liquid medication bottles, 6 different syringes sizes and 2 industrial robots to replicate pharmacy technician’s movements.
With an average production of 1200 filled doses per shift, our system will enable pharmacies to reach higher production needs, while avoiding choking hazards using more liquid medication. Healthcare providers will be able to focus daily on value added tasks.
Jérémy is in charge of overseeing the advancements of the project and to manage the business aspect of the company. He studied robotics and automation engineering which give him the knowledge to help the team. His experience as a competitive athlete makes him a great team player and gives him the ability to bring the best out of his teammates.Jérémy Brouillard, Eng. jr
Alex is in charge of developing relations of trust with potential buyers and investors for the project. As an experienced manager in small and big businesses, his vision and interpersonal skills will unlock the access to key financing deals in a near future. Bachelor in BA, he sure knows how to make good use of his network, which is essential to our growth.Alex Riopel, B.B.A.
Jérémy is in charge of the design of some mechanical systems included in the machine. He studied in mechanical and automation engineering which gives him a great set of tools to create new and efficient systems. His experience has a student club team captain makes him a great communicator and he is able to follow short deadlines.Jérémy Marsolais
Vincent is in charge of helping the team about the industry norms regarding the use of the robotic arms. His experience working at Axium and Symbotic gives him a lot of knowledge on the matter.Vincent Bélanger
Jérémy is in charge of the development of the technology that is built into the machine. His experience in automation engineering provided the tools needed to design the machine. His experience in coordination of a robotics competition makes him a great leader. He is great at finding new ideas that push the project forward.Jérémy Webb
Étienne is in charge of the design of the mechanical subsystems in the machine. His experience in the manufacturing industry gives him the tools to think outside the box and to create outstanding new systems for this project.Étienne Marquis
Jean-Philippe is in charge of designing and programming the automation part of the system. His experience in the food and drugs industries is a great asset to the team regarding his knowledge of the norms and practices useful for the project. His experience as a white-water rafting guide makes him a great team player and he is able to keep is calm in the most stressful situations.Jean-Philippe Pedneault