A virtual environment to simulate, plan and control industrial robots


What is RoBIM?

RoBIM is a robotics simulator that enables the manufacturer to plan, simulate, and control the industrial robot. It provides a virtual design and validation environment for linking the digital model to a robot's control system. RoBIM users can simulate and control a robot with an animation-based tool rather than writing code.

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Program robots in the cloud

A cloud-based offline robot programming tool that adds more possibilities to robot planning without complexity.

No complicated installation processes - just open your browser. It has a cloud-based database that allows users to access, plan and simulate robot motions anytime, anywhere.

Meet RoBIM the first cloud-based programming tool for robots.


Simulate Multi-Robots With

Our Visual Programming Interface

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Visual Programming Panel

Sequence Planning Panel

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No More Hard Coding

RoBIM provides a visual programming interface. You can program a UR robot frame by frame through an animation-based timeline and spend more time focusing on design and planning rather than coding.

Smart Planning

Use RoBIM's built-in physics engine with AI-based algorithms to find collision-free paths.

Constructibility Test

Use RoBIM’s built-in physics engine with virtual gravity to test the constructibility in the virtual environment.

Link BIM with Robot Controls

RoBIM's Modular Construction Module provides a holistic solution for bridging gap between the digital design of a modular home with the robot controls. It provides APIs of most common BIM (Building Information Modelling) tool for extracting the geometrical information for the robotic construction.

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Meet RoBIM UR Package

RoBIM provides an offline programming solution for Universal Robots, the top 1 cobot provider all over the world. The UR Package supports all modules of UR robots and different types of third-party end-effector solutions.