KEYENCE develops sensor that goes beyond traditional sensor capabilities.
NKG is introducing its open platform, the first commercially available Dual Core, Dual operating system AI service robot C01. This smart service robot is equipped with autonomous indoor navigation, voice interaction, facial recognition, telepresence and mobile broadcasting.
Techman Robots can satisfy different payload requirements of various industries and various applications of industry 4.0 are integrated to build a solution plan for human-machine coexistence intelligent factory.
Seegrid Expands Automation Platform, Introducing New Self-Driving Vehicle and Data Analytics with Major Multi-Product Launch
The Seegrid Smart Platform helps manufacturing, distribution, and e-commerce companies streamline their supply chains with automated material movement, making operations safer and more efficient.
OTTO Motors Unveils World's First Self-Driving Lift Truck to Revolutionize Material Handling Operations
For industrial engineers and operations professionals who need to reduce material handling costs, increase process throughput and improve plant safety, OTTO OMEGA is the easiest, safest and most reliable automated lift truck for busy factories and warehouses.
Universal Robots Application Builder Tool Launches at IMTS, Making Complete Robot Cell Configuration and Deployment Fast and Easy
Three popular collaborative robot applications available at launch include machine tending, assembly and packaging, with step-by-step guidance on end effectors, programming, machine interfaces and more.
"We are inviting IMTS attendees in search of solutions to improve their manufacturing operations to spend some time with us at IMTS," said Mike Cicco, president and CEO, FANUC America. "Our technical experts are ready to demonstrate FANUCs latest automation technologies designed to help manufacturers increase their productivity and improve their competitive position."
Universal Robots Marks Industry Milestone by Awarding its 25,000th Collaborative Robot in a Gold Edition at IMTS
The Danish market leader of collaborative robots celebrates unprecedented sales, awarding Kay Manufacturing from Chicago a golden cobot for purchasing its 25,000th unit
"The rapid growth of digital technology, automation and additive manufacturing are especially driving interest. The booming manufacturing economy means visitors have capital and are ready to invest."
Omron Introduces New NX-Series Safety Network Controller - World's First to Support Two Industrial Safety Networks
Industry-leading automation solutions provider Omron Automation Americas recently developed a new safety controller featuring both CIP Safety and Safety over EtherCAT. As the maker of the worlds first controller supporting both protocols, Omron can now address 40% of the safety network needs of the global market.
Energid Launches Actin® 5, a Significant Update to the Industry's Only Real-Time Adaptive Robotic Motion Control and Path Planning Toolkit
New software release adds an advanced robot control framework and easy-to-use scripting language, enabling robotic systems developers to efficiently and quickly incorporate dexterous motion
Industry 4.0 technology enables OEMs to bring machines to market faster and give their solutions greater modularity and flexibility. (Festo IMTS Booth # 134357, East Building Level 3)
Festo Showcases Its Latest Cartesian System Engineering and Assembly Productivity Solutions at IMTS 2018
Festo IMTS Booth # 134357, East Building Level 3
For applications where compact dimensions are essential, these electric axes can be combined into space-saving handling applications that fit seamlessly into assembly, testing, inspection, small parts handling, and desk top systems. (Festo IMTS Booth # 134357, East Building Level 3)
Festo Demonstrates Industry 4.0-Enabled Technology, Engineering Productivity Tools, and Electric and Pneumatic Automation Systems at IMTS 2018
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DENSO is the world's largest manufacturer - and user - of small assembly robots, employing over 17,000 of its robots in its own facilities. Over 77,000 additional DENSO robots are used by other companies worldwide. The compact, high-speed robots are used in traditional manufacturing sectors, as well as in advanced-technology applications in the medical, pharmaceutical and life sciences industries. Learn more about DENSO Robotics