Omron Introduces the SWIR Camera Series Enabling Precision Inspection Across the Manufacturing Process Using Short Wave Infrared Technology

The new SWIR Camera Series takes inspection opportunities to new avenues by featuring new infrared technology, versatile inspection capabilities, multiple unique interfaces, and one-of-a-kind heat dissipation technology.

HARDWARE AS A SERVICE: A NEW PARADIGM FOR SERVICE CONTRACTS

A flexible revenue approach is a defining feature of HaaS, offering organisations a 'pay-as-you-go' model instead of the traditional CapEx hardware purchasing model. This offers manufacturing organisations, regardless of their size, several advantages.

ABB survey reveals unplanned downtime costs $103,000 per hour

It emphasizes the importance of effective maintenance strategies and service partnerships. 92% of respondents are interested in how outcome-based maintenance agreements can boost business success

Collaborating with AI and Robots - Busting Common Myths

Artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics are a growing conversation across every industry, specifically around how they can streamline processes and practices.

ANSI/A3 R15.08-2 Safety Standard for Industrial Mobile Robot Systems and Applications Now Available

R15.08-2, the American National Standard for Industrial Mobile Robots (IMRs) - Safety Requirements - Part 2: Requirements for IMR system(s) and IMR application(s) provides safety requirements for deploying IMR systems into an industrial environment.

Spotlight on Fronius Welding Automation - Perfect Symbiosis of Welding Technology and Kinematics

Welding engineers all over the world associate the name Fronius with innovative welding technology. Above all, the innovators are known for providing high-performance, high-tech welding systems.

EU Automation publishes new guide: How to Get Robotics Right - Avoiding the Common Costly Mistakes of Automation Adoption

The useful guide provides engineers with valuable information about how to introduce automation into manufacturing practices successfully, so they can realise the full potential of robotics

Toyota Research Institute Unveils Breakthrough in Teaching Robots New Behaviors

This advancement significantly improves robot utility and is a step towards building "Large Behavior Models (LBMs)" for robots, analogous to the Large Language Models (LLMs) that have recently revolutionized conversational AI.

ABB to invest $280 million in its European Robotics hub in Sweden

65,000 m2 integrated Robotics Campus replaces existing site bringing together automated manufacturing, R&D, customer experience and training centers to develop next generation AI-enabled technologies, strengthening the company's global leadership

What role does automation play in the manufacturing supply chain?

Adrian Wood, Strategic Business Development Director at DELMIA, gives us some very informative and interesting insights into automation's integral role in the manufacturing supply chain.

The Future Of Industrial Automation - Trends And Technologies To Watch

As industries adopt data-driven operations, there is increased demand for advanced technologies. These technologies maximize the potential and returns on investment in industrial automation systems.

How Remote Industrial Robotic Control Makes the Most of Automation

Some facilities struggle to achieve a substantial return on investment for their automation initiatives. Remote control systems can change that by making the most of robots' significant advantages while mitigating their biggest challenges.

CMES Robotics Introduces Innovative Mixed Case Palletizing Solutions

This collaboration aims to address the growing demand for flexible and efficient palletizing solutions in industries such as e-commerce, logistics, food and beverage, manufacturing, and more.

Tompkins Industries Reaches New Heights with its Vertical Lift Automation System

The automated vertical lift project kicked off in January 2022 and relied heavily on technical assistance from the team at PathGuide to incorporate the automated vertical lift into Latitude.

This 3D Printed Gripper Doesn't Need Electronics To Function

This soft robotic gripper is not only 3D printed in one print, it also doesn't need any electronics to work. The device was developed by a team of roboticists at the University of California San Diego.

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Schmalz Technology Development - The Right Gripper for Every Task

Schmalz Technology Development - The Right Gripper for Every Task

In order to interact with their environment and perform the tasks, lightweight robots, like all industrial robots, depend on tools - and in many cases these are vacuum grippers. These form the interface to the workpiece and are therefore a decisive part of the overall system. With their help, the robots can pick up, move, position, process, sort, stack and deposit a wide variety of goods and components. Vacuum gripping systems allow particularly gentle handling of workpieces, a compact and space-saving system design and gripping from above. Precisely because the object does not have to be gripped, the vacuum suction cupenables gapless positioning next to each other.