Pega “X-Ray vision” RPA looks to solve the Bot breaking problem

Applications change while they are running and also change between runs. These changes make it complex to keep the automation running.

Pega “Deep Robotics RPA” provides high speed and event-driven in-memory object identification to ensure your attended and unattended automations are robust, fast and above all, secure.

Unbeknownst to many, inside the memory of each application running on a Windows machine are hundreds of identification patterns for each object. Exposing those to an automation developer would require a need for more advanced programming skills. X-ray vision relies on Deep Robotics to provide access to hundreds and thousands of patterns and permutations and now does all of this identification and matching behind the scenes. This is neither OCR nor screen reading. Instead X-ray vision sees right into the memory of the Windows machine itself. No plug-ins, no Java bridges, no SAP GUI, etc. required.

What does X-ray vision mean for the RPA market? It means that enterprises will have access to the fastest, most resilient, easiest-to-use RPA automation capability ever. After taking 15 years to continually perfect our Deep Robotics RPA, Pega is changing the game once again with X-ray vision.

For unattended RPA, X-ray vision means that bots can be built fast and remain resilient to changes, all while still healing and adapting in real-time. Pega’s Deep Robotics and X-ray vision gives the automation developer the same level of control of objects as the original application developer. That’s really powerful and with that power, automation developers will see their ability to build robust automations increase exponentially!

Here is a video demo.

Read more here: X-ray vision comes to Pega RPA

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