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01 April 2020

Robots are playing an important role in fighting coronavirus around the globe; disinfection robot UVD, for example, has been in high demand since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic.

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03 April 2020

ABB is to launch a predictive maintenance solution that helps customers minimise environmental impact and increase safety. ABB Ability Condition Monitoring for measurement devices is an innovative, digital solution that will keep continuous gas analysers under control to ensure clean air operations.

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30 March 2020

Industrial networks are a key technology used in factory automation. As a chip manufacturer, Renesas sees CC-Link IE TSN as a key factor in the industry's progress because the network enables temporal precision, ensuring secure transmission within a given period of time, and mixed implementation with other communication protocols.

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26 March 2020

Mechanical power transmissions and motion control drive expert, Stober, is collaborating with Stäubli Robotics to expand its range of robots.

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30 March 2020

Leader in IoT and AI edge computing solutions, AAEON, has worked with customers to deploy the compact BOXER-8110AI to power automated service robots in hotels and other service industries.

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23 March 2020

With the help of machine learning, researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a novel yet low-​cost tactile sensor. The sensor measures force distribution at high resolution and with great accuracy, enabling robot arms to grasp sensitive or fragile objects.

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19 March 2020

The new IDTechEx report – 'Electric Vehicles and Robotics for Mining 2020-2030' – shows how electric vehicles and robotics are progressing to newly-arrived unmanned electrical mines, providing up-to-date, penetrating analysis and forecasts of the technology and markets globally.

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18 March 2020

US company New Scale Robotics has launched its Q‑Span Workstation Kit, the first application kit for quality inspection to be certified by Universal Robots and featured on the UR+ platform.

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13 March 2020

For self-driving vehicles to become an everyday reality, they need to safely and flawlessly navigate one another without crashing or causing unnecessary traffic jams. To help make this possible, Northwestern University researchers have developed a decentralised algorithm with a collision-free, deadlock-free guarantee. Further applications could include automated warehouses.

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12 March 2020

The extensive range of proximity sensors available from condition monitoring specialists Sensonics now includes the fully integrated PRI Series. Building on the established Senturion proximity probe range, the PRI Series offers a single probe assembly solution with direct processed outputs which eliminates the need for a separate driver.

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02 April 2020

Available from Renovotec, Honeywell’s new RT10 rugged tablet has been designed for faster user adoption and optimum warehouse productivity, balancing ruggedness with lightweight design. It is built on Honeywell’s ‘Mobility Edge’ platform which future-proofs user investment through Android R and beyond and helps to speed deployment.

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12 March 2020

With the launch of the new High-Performance Crossbelt Sorter MX 025H Crossbelt Sorter, Interroll extends its innovative portfolio of automatic sorting solutions to include a new high-performance system capable of handling up to 20,000 conveyed goods per hour.

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12 March 2020

Opening up further applications for human-robot collaboration (HRC), including sectors such as the metal industry where high payloads are essential, Kassow Robots has launched two new 7-axis collaborative robots.

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12 March 2020

Thorite, the UK’s largest supplier of compressed air products and fluid power systems, has supplied several Real-Time Inflation (RTI) systems to Icarus Training Systems, which provides high-quality aviation training products for cabin crew training.

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12 March 2020

New from Sick, the SIG200 PROFINET Sensor Integration Gateway is the first in a family of intelligent Industry 4.0 gateways designed to work as both IO-Link Masters and small, distributed control systems in one.

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24 February 2020

Renovotec is strengthening its partnership with Extreme Networks to roll out new, dedicated networking solutions for warehousing and distribution companies, harnessing cloud, analytics, AI and other leading edge technologies.

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24 February 2020

Interroll will showcase its proven, innovative, energy-efficient solutions for handling pallets and cartons on stand 621, at IntraLogisteX , 31st March-1st April, at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry.

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24 February 2020

ABB’s TSP341-N non-invasive temperature sensor offers a simpler and safer way of measuring process temperature without the need to shut down a pipeline, drill a hole, or install a thermowell.

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20 February 2020

The Keller website has undergone a revamp and features a new look – fresh and user-friendly, the site is also fully accessible on the go too thanks to its responsive design, presenting industrial products in a contemporary and multifaceted way.

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17 February 2020

Jungheinrich has added to its portfolio of Automated Guided Vehicles with the the ERC 213a automated pallet truck, which has been specially designed for automated transport processes in confined spaces.

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FEATURES

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03 March 2020

Warehouse automation is not a new concept by any stretch of the imagination, but the combination of online retail giants pushing for greater productivity and rapid technological advances in terms of AI, vision and robotics mean the sector is seeing ever more innovative use of automation. Charlotte Stonestreet highlights some of the latest examples

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03 March 2020

Water supply systems need to be managed professionally if sufficient pressure is to be maintained and damage caused by defective components is to be prevented. Continuous maintenance and the hydraulic analysis of current or potential future problems are effective management instruments in this regard.

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22 December 2019

Concrete evidence has emerged of export success for Stoke-on-Trent based engineering firm Morris Brothers, following the delivery of a custom-built slab moulding machine to an overseas customer

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21 October 2019

Mitsubishi Electric has unveiled the first member of its new MELFA Assista series of collaborative robots, designed to offer maximum safety and durability combined with ease of use and programming, while maintaining very high positional repeatability

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02 December 2019

As human operators and robots increasingly share a common space in the manufacturing environment, the choice between a collaborative or cooperative machine is naturally being given more consideration. Barry Weller looks how to identify the best system for an intended application

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05 August 2019

Until recently, the Industrial Revolution was largely associated with drastic engineering efforts that transformed Britain’s industry. Two centuries later, we are experiencing another shift in global manufacturing, the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). Nigel Smith, managing director of industrial robot distributor TM Robotics, explains how Britain can reclaim the robotics revolution with simplified robot programming.

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23 July 2019

Fullwood Packo collaborate with Festo to use automation that delivers greater freedom for dairy cows and farmers

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19 June 2019

Predictive maintenance, along with Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) data, is creating new opportunities for businesses to reduce downtime and improve productivity, ultimately, cutting costs and increasing profits

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12 July 2019

A world-leading robotics programme that puts human, societal and ethical values front and centre of new technology to clean-up legacy nuclear waste, the National Centre for Nuclear Robotics is led by the University of Birmingham, based at its new Extreme Robotics Lab, in partnership with the University of Bristol, Lancaster University, Queen Mary University of London, University of Edinburgh, University of Essex, University of Lincoln, University of Plymouth and the University of the West of England.

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16 April 2019

Design engineers are being challenged to cram more into ever-shrinking design space. Printed force sensor technologies – like FlexiForce sensors – are an attractive option to integrate force-feedback capabilities into their devices

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04 April 2019

Sensing and instrumentation specialist Baumer has helped food manufacturer Homann in achieving its goal of maximising process optimisation in production processes, using of CleverLevel, CombiPress and CombiLyz sensors

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19 March 2019

Yonatan Hyatt, CTO of Inspekto, a company at the forefront of Autonomous Machine Vision explains the fundamentals of this emerging category

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19 February 2019

Venturing into the great outdoors has always been a frontier too far when it comes to agreeing an internationally-recognised Technical Standard for safety solutions that use sensors and sensor systems to detect people in the open air, writes Dr Martin Kidman

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21 January 2019

Motion Control expert, Stober Drives, has used products from its own range to design and build a robotic component mounting system to manufacture the new LeanMotor encoderless drive.

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12 February 2019

Uncertainties surrounding Brexit have made many suppliers of fresh produce wary of investing until they know exactly what sort of deal will be struck between the UK and EU. However, David Jahn, believes that recent government announcements mean that now is the time to consider investment to mitigate the challenges created by Brexit.

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11 December 2018

Today’s smart wireless communication devices are increasingly being used in a wide variety of industrial applications where the potential productivity gains are huge, writes Martin Walder, VP Schneider Electric Industry

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06 December 2018

Robot manufacturers can show how robots and machines can interact seamlessly to allow production runs to be easily and quickly altered to allow for fluctuating lot sizes, as well as alleviate the workers from repetitive tasks and heavy lifting. Here, Omron identifies five questions to to ask when selecting a mobile robot for your operation

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12 February 2019

The computer games generation was always a refence to teenagers… well it was in the ‘80s and '90s. It’s no surprise then that most engineers working now are comfortable with digital interface technology and that the latest developments in Augmented Reality have quickly been applied to making improvements on the factory floor

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08 October 2018

3D machine vision allows precise three-dimensional inspection and measurement of complex free-formed surfaces. Two of the best known techniques are laser line triangulation and stereo vision, but time-of-flight (ToF) imaging opens up a diverse range of depth perception application opportunities.

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10 August 2018

The global mountain of waste plastic has risen to the top of the sustainability agenda. Tackling it will have implications for every player in the packaging supply chain – including machinery manufacturers Neil Beaumont of Lenze explains

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10 May 2016

An electronic voice tells wearers what settings are being adjusted – no need to take off the headset to check

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13 May 2016

Schneeberger’s MINISCALE miniature linear motions guideways with position feedback now available from LG Motion Ltd

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15 February 2013

More than 50 brushless dc motors, gearheads and controllers from maxon motor are responsible for the humanoid's precision movements.

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10 June 2016

Series Tru-Trac is an Integrated encoder and measuring wheel with spring-loaded torsion arm all in one package

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27 July 2015

The new Nanotec catalogue has been published.

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18 April 2017

Short cycle times, consistent parts quality FANUC ROBOSHOT takes state-of-the-art CNC precision technology from turning and milling and applies it to electric injection moulding.

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02 March 2016

The right system for any application

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04 January 2018

From instrument coreless motors, to larger high torque DC servo motors and complementary drives.

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11 August 2017

HEIDENHAIN’s measuring systems for inspection and acceptance testing of machine tools enable precise and effective measurements of machines with a minimum of mounting and adjustment effort.

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11 August 2017

Workpiece touch probes are essential to series production, tool making and mould making.

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13 June 2014

HepcoMotion® - The linear guide and actuator products and services offered have been designed to satisfy a whole range of industrial applications within the automation and general purpose machine building sectors

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12 January 2017

A general purpose coupling offering easy installation and a wide range of shaft gaps.

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18 April 2017

From the smallest to the strongest industrial robot in the world With more than 100 models, FANUC offers the widest range of industrial robots in the world.

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12 January 2016

Float switches side mount from elobau

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10 June 2016

Series 15T and 15H are Very High Performance Economical Encoders with Bore Sizes up to 10mm

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