KUKA and Infosys Announce Industry 4.0 Partnership

The aim of the collaboration is the development of a software platform that will allow customers to collect, evaluate and utilize data for improving their own processes.

New SH-Series Robotic & Automation Torque Control System by Mountz Inc.

High Performance Fastening System Reduces Labor Costs and Increases Productivity

New xiSpec Hyperspectral Multi-Linescan Camera

XIMEA releases another super compact USB3-Vision® Hyperspectral Camera

FARO Introduces the Factory Robo-Imager, the first Factory Automation Solution and Second Product in FARO's new Early Adopter (EA) Program

This product line pairs our newest sensor, the FARO Factory Array Imager, with a human-collaborative robot in two configurations: either a fixed installation or turnkey mobile station.

Industry 4.0 applied by Lantek

Lantek today is one of the drivers of Industry 4.0. Lantek interprets Industry 4.0 and applies it to companies that produce sheet metal parts, metal tubes and profiles, developing multiple functionality. Its technology is today in place in customers all over the world.

HANNOVER MESSE - Panasonic and Siemens to Cooperate for Next-Generation Electronic Equipment Assembly Plants

Signing of Memorandum of Understanding at the Hannover Messe Agreement on potential for the joint development of automation standards for the electronics industry Partners intend to cooperate in line integration and automation concepts

Festo Showcases Concept-Through-Commissioning Pneumatic Control Solutions for Life Science Projects at Interphex 2016

These new Festo solutions save time, lower cost, and reduce problems for engineering teams. Festo assigns a part number to every unique pneumatic control panel so that panels become standard easily reproduced products. (Festo Interphex Booth #3373)

HANNOVER MESSE - FogHorn™ to Showcase "Edge Intelligence" Industrial IoT Solutions at HANNOVER MESSE 2016

Industrial IoT startup will feature its "End-to-End" industrial IoT solution from the edge (Fog computing) to the cloud (Microsoft Azure).

Obama and Merkel open HANNOVER MESSE

"We want to build on the spirit of innovation in the USA," said POTUS Barack Obama in his opening speech. This spirit has been driven by Germany and HANNOVER MESSE, especially over the past 70 years. Obama added that the USA has now created new production facilities, subsidy schemes and jobs in recent years to help reach this goal. In what is likely his last visit to Germany as President, Obama spoke in particular about the TTIP free trade agreement. He believes that there are too many obstacles restricting trade between the EU and the USA. Different regulations and standards lead to higher costs. Therefore, one of TTIP's aims is to establish harmonized high standards. Obama also promoted the USA as a production location for European companies. Angela Merkel gladly took the opportunity to respond:  "We love competition. But we also like to win,"  replied the German Chancellor. A challenge with a smile. In her speech, Merkel emphasized that cooperation is essential for the future of industrial production - in a transatlantic partnership. "We in the EU want to lead the way, together with the USA," said the Chancellor, referring above all to the development of global communication and IT standards for integrated industry. However, the opening ceremony at HANNOVER MESSE 2016 was more than a meeting of Heads of State. Amidst musical numbers and dance performances by humans and machines, German Minister for Education and Research, Prof. Dr. Johanna Wanka, presented the coveted HERMES AWARD for industrial innovation. This year's winner is the Harting Group with its intelligent communication module, MICA.   Cont'd...

GE Power Opens First Advanced Manufacturing Facility, a $400 Million Digital Industrial Investment for South Carolina

New Facility Will Deploy Best-in-Class Technologies to Accelerate Improvements in Every Aspect of the Manufacturing Process Including Design, Engineering, Product Development, Production, Supply Chain, Distribution and Service and Will Unlock New Productivity and Growth across GE's Power Portfolio GE Has Invested $73 Million to Date and Will Invest an Additional $327 Million across the GE Power Greenville, S.C., Campus to Boost Innovation and Accelerate the Commercialization of Development of Best-in-Class Technologies for Customers across the Globe Eighty Engineering and Manufacturing Jobs Created with the Facility's Opening, Expected to Have a Multiplier Effect across the Supply Chain

Balluff Wraps up First Automation-In-Action College Tour

Balluff's Automation-in-Action Demo Van provided students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn about a wide variety of automation and manufacturing applications.

Lenze Introduces Compact Three-Phase AC Motor for Premium IE3 Efficiency Class

From basic to variable motion machine tasks, m550-P motor reduces energy costs

L-com Releases Serial and USB Converters, Repeaters and Hubs

L-com Global Connectivity, a preferred manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, announced today that it has introduced a series of industrial RS232/422/485 repeaters and converters as well as a series of industrial USB hubs, converters and isolators.

Rick Caldwell of SCADAware Gives Presentation at Award Ceremony for Dick Morley, the First Recipient of the CSIA Association's Lifetime Achievement Award

Rick Caldwell, president and founder of SCADAware, gives presentation on the career accomplishments of his long-time mentor and automation industry pioneer, Dick Morley, at the 2016 CSIA Executive Conference award ceremony.

Internet of Things (IoT) Leads to Explosive Growth of Engineering Courses for Kids

There's a 46% increase in enrollment with the electrical engineering courses for kids and teens at iD Tech, the leading K-12 summer educational STEM program, mirroring the popularity of the Internet of Things.

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