Pulse News: South Korea’s leading conglomerate Hanwha Group plans to venture into the smart factory business, joining the burgeoning market dominated by General Electronics Co. (GE) and Siemens AG in the transitional age of industry and society heading towards full automation and practical robotics applications. According to a senior official at Hanwha Wednesday, the group recently formed a task force team dedicated to the development of hardware and software that can help to make factories smarter, cost-efficient, and more productive through increased computing systems. Hanwha Techwin Co., the group’s defense and aircraft engine making unit, will first come up with a pilot model in automating factories that would be applied to other manufacturing subsidiaries. Cont'd...
Global shipments for motion control products increased by 10.3% to $3.3 billion in 2016, according to new statistics released by the Motion Control & Motor Association (MCMA), the industry's trade group.
Panasonic: World's First*1 Organic CMOS Image Sensor with Electrically Controllable Near-Infrared Light Sensitivity
This technology enables to switch between modes of color imaging*2 and NIR imaging frame by frame without a mechanical IR cut filter required for conventional image sensors. This contributes to miniaturizing a camera system and improving the robustness.
Ray Collett Named as CEO
Viavi Solutions and ESPROS Photonics Corporation Debut New Miniaturized Spectral Sensor and Multispectral Sensor Developer Kit
Both companies will demonstrate the Multispectral Sensor Developer Kit at the Photonics West Exhibition
Quick-turn digital manufacturer, Proto Labs, has added insert molding services to their offerings. The company uses advanced 3D printing, CNC machining and injection molding technologies to produce custom parts within days.
Company's Newest Open Innovation Laboratory and Startup Accelerator Leveraging Virtual Technology Features a Fab Lab Set Up in Collaboration with MIT's Center for Bits and Atoms
Datalogic will be exhibiting at North America's largest annual automation technology event - ATX West.
As part of Oerlikon's strategy to become a global powerhouse in surface solutions and advanced materials, the Group has identified additional growth areas such as additive manufacturing, which leverages its strong materials heritage, service reputation, access to markets, applications across industries and core competence in intelligently engineering and processing advanced materials and surface technologies.
Desktop Metal, an emerging startup with the mission to bring metal 3D printing to all design and manufacturing teams, announced today it has raised a total of $97 million in equity funding since its founding in October 2015. The announcement comes as the result of the latest Series C investment of $45 million, led by GV (formerly Google Ventures), as well as BMW i Ventures and Lowe's Ventures. Desktop Metal will use the funding to continue to develop its technology and scale production as the company prepares for its product launch later this year. Driven by invention, Desktop Metal is committed to accelerating the adoption of metal 3D printing in design and manufacturing through the creation of innovative technology that produces complex parts. Previous investors include NEA, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Lux Capital, GE Ventures, Saudi Aramco, and 3D printing leader Stratasys. Full Press Release.
Series C Funding Brings the Metal 3D Printing Company's Total Investment to $97 Million
UCI named as partner in new clean manufacturing institute $140 million consortium aims to improve competitiveness of US industry
The Department of Energy is providing up to $70 million to fund the REMADE Institute through its Manufacturing USA initiative, with a matching sum contributed by a consortium of 85 private-industry partners. The goal of the program is to forge new clean energy efforts deemed critical in keeping the nation's manufacturing on the cutting edge.
CoaXPress Helps Manufacturers Overcome Challenges of Integrating Machine Vision into the Industrial Internet of Things
At its core, the IIoT is about the interconnection of intelligent devices that collect, scour and share data to find trends, patterns and anomalies to help businesses make better decisions.
Airwolf 3D introduces Wolfbite NITRO, a 3D printing nylon adhesive engineered to improve bed adhesion and reduce warpage.
AXIOM 3D Printer is a finalist in the 2016 Golden Mousetrap Awards. This product, by Airwolf 3D, was selected as a finalist in the category of Materials & Assembly, 3D-Printing & Rapid Prototyping, Materials, Tools & Services.
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