U-DROIDS - Unicist Business Robots

The discovery and development of the unicist logical approach to business made possible the development of the unicist technologies driven by objects to manage businesses as adaptive systems. These technologies provided the basic tools to develop business robots that allow introducing adaptive automation in value generating processes to manage the adaptive aspects of businesses.

Unicist Think Tanks

Unicist Think Tanks are organized with members of the client. They develop the prototype of the solutions based on a prototyper that is provided by The Unicist Research Institute. The IP of the final solution is shared or belongs to the client.

Unicist Automation

Automation integrates systemic, operational and cognitive objects with quality assurance through automated processes or human control.

In operational terms, the architecture of automation is integrated by systemic objects that transform energy, operational objects that seek to generate value and robots that automate the work processes to optimize the energetic algorithm.

The Architecture of Automation

The architecture of automation implies the use of a systemic automation process including automated quality assurance of the system. It is based on maximizing efficiency to sustain effectiveness. It limits the role of efficacy to the system design.

The quality assurance is defined by the operational redundancies and the self-exclusion mechanisms of the system in case problems cannot be corrected using redundancies.

U-DROIDs are Adaptive Robots


The U-DROIDS are productive flexible robots, homologous to industrial robots and autopilots, that use unicist business objects to deal with the adaptive aspects of businesses using logical inferences to manage adaptiveness.

The U-DROID was developed to automate minimum and defensive strategies using business objects to develop their actions. The robot was designed to manage the feedback from the environment in order to ensure the delivery of value. The adaptive process is developed by the use of unicist logical rules that allow emulating the dynamics of the environment.

U-DROIDs are Learning Machines

The U-DROID provides the results of its actions including logical inferences on what is happening. This allows adapting the rules in changing environments.

The U-DROID has been designed for the following applications:

Business U-DROIDS

  • Client Centered Management
  • Adaptive Segmented Servicing
  • Image building
  • Marketing Support
  • Sales Support
  • Network Management
  • Adaptive CRM
  • Advertising
  • Commercial Promotion
  • Market Laboratory
  • Globalization
  • Segmentation Management
  • Talent Development
  • Learning Management
  • Trend Management
  • Knowledge Management

Healthcare U-DROIDS

  • Patient Centered Management
  • Adaptive EHR
  • Preventive Segmented Medicine
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Unicist Root Cause

The 4th Industrial Revolution introduced adaptiveness in the industrial and business world. Industry 4.0 manages businesses as adaptive systems increasing customer orientation, productivity and quality. It requires managing the root causes of the functionality of business functions.

Unicist root cause management introduced a strategic approach to solution building, diagnosing the possibilities and developing maximal strategies for growth and minimum strategies to ensure results in adaptive environments.

The fact that concepts drive human actions and define the root causes of things drove to the development of Unicist Conceptual Management and Unicist Root Cause Management that materialize the unicist approach to businesses.

Unicist concepts and fundamentals define the root causes of problems and are the root drivers of solutions.

The Unicist Root Cause Management provides a technology and a system to deal with:

  • 1) Trouble shooting
  • 2) Risk avoidance
  • 3) Problem solving
  • 4) Solution building

Its use introduces structural solutions while the urgent problems are being managed.

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Main Markets (Generic)

• Automobile • Food • Mass consumption • Financial • Insurance • Sports and social institutions • Information Technology (IT) • High-Tech • Knowledge Businesses • Communications • Perishable goods • Mass media • Direct sales • Industrial commodities • Agribusiness • Healthcare • Pharmaceutical • Oil and Gas • Chemical • Paints • Education • Services • Commerce and distribution • Mining • Timber • Apparel • Passenger transportation –land, sea and air • Tourism • Cargo transportation • Professional services • e-market • Entertainment and show-business • Advertising • Gastronomic • Hotel-management • Credit card • Real estate • Fishing • Publishing • Industrial Equipment • Construction and Engineering • Bike, motorbike, scooter and moped • Sporting goods