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SICK, Inc.

SICK, Inc.

SICK is one of the world's leading manufacturers of sensors, safety systems, machine vision, and automatic identification products for industrial applications. From 2D and 3D smart cameras to low-cost vision sensors, SICK offers a range of high-quality vision solutions to fit your needs.


Mailing Address:
6900 W 110th St
Minneapolis, MN 55438
United States of America

Tel: 9529416780

Fax:

Email: info@sick.com

Website: http://www.sickusa.com

Company Category: Automation & Networking

Geographic Region: USA - North East

Company Sector: Manufacturing

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Partner Status: Marketing Partner


Products

Reliable Inspection from SICK

Reliable Inspection from SICK

Take your quality inspections to the next level with tailor-made 3D solutions from SICK, Inc. The TriSpector1000 is a stand-alone, configurable 3D vision sensor that reliably inspects objects regardless of variations in color, height, shape, or position. It is suited for solving quality control issues and can be used for volume & thickness measurement and inspection of box integrity. Check out SICK's quality inspection solutions at Pack Expo 2019 in Booth #LS-6419.


Articles

PACK EXPO 2019 - SICK Inc.

This year, the SICK booth will continue to display our Industry 4.0 prowess through live demonstrations of networked sensors and how data can be captured real time and displayed through a dashboard interface. Booth #LS-6419

White Papers

SICK AG WHITE PAPER - SAFE ROBOTICS – SAFETY IN COLLABORATIVE ROBOT SYSTEMS

There is an increasing demand for collaborative robots that can work autonomously and adapt to changing production conditions. This requires reliable sensors that detect human presence and can overcome future challenges associated with the development of collaborative technologies. Learn more about SICK and their approach to safe, collaborative robot systems.

DRIVING YOUR INDUSTRY 4WARD – SENSOR INTELLIGENCE AS THE FOUNDATION OF INDUSTRY 4.0

The precondition for any industrial change is technological progress. The data-based, networked, and autonomous value creation chain in production and logistics is the culmination of recent technological innovation. We refer to these developments as the fourth industrial revolution.

Press Releases

MASSROBOTICS AND SICK, INC. BUILD PARTNERSHIP TO ASSIST ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION STARTUPS

With this partnership, local and global robotics startups and corporations will have better access to innovative sensor and safety solutions from SICK.

Winners of SICK, Inc.'s TiM$10K Challenge Announced

For the 2018-2019 school year, SICK, Inc. invited students from universities around the country to participate in the first ever TiM$10K Challenge, created to support innovation and student achievement in automation and technology.

SICK Launches New Compact Image-Based Code Reader - Lector621

This fills a gap in SICK's existing portfolio of code readers, by providing a compact solution with increased reading distance, resolution, field of vision, and scanning frequency. With the Lector621, you'll have perfect sight in any light thanks to the variable illumination concept and its immunity to ambient light, ensuring stable readings even in changing light conditions.

Logistics Gets Smart at ProMAT 2019

SICK demonstrates how to obtain greater efficiency throughout supply chain operations

Multi-sensor networking with mobile communication using SICK's TDC-E gateway system

Collecting, analyzing, storing, and transmitting data in mobile and stationary applications

SICK, Inc. and AutoCoding Systems Form Partnership for US Market

Offering consumer goods industry a complete sensor and software solution

Cooperation between SICK and Silicon Software implements VisualApplets in extending application versatility from the SICK AppSpace

SICK AG, manufacturer of sensors and application solutions, and Silicon Software GmbH, manufacturer of frame grabbers and the award winning graphical FPGA development environment VisualApplets, have entered into a partnership to ensure that image processing devices meet current and future market demands for high data throughput, low latency and real-time processing.

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