VISION: THE EYE OF AUTOMATION
RCR Wireless News recognizes inaugural list of leaders fueling the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Machine shops of any size can apply these technologies on their shop floor to keep energy costs down.
IronCAD Mechanical - Mechanical Utilities to Improve Design Efficiency
Pedro HernandezÂ for Datamation: Â The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to have a major, efficiency- and productivity-enhancing impact on how manufacturers and other companies in industrial settings conduct businesses. A new forecast from market research firm Technavio paints a rosy picture for IT vendors that specialize in industrial IoT. According to the analyst group, the market for industrial IoT software and services will reach nearly $132 in 2020. Between now and then, the market will expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7 percent. In terms of demand, Technavio has identified the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region as the largest market for industrial IoT. Last year, the industrial IoT market generated $38 billion in sales in the region, a number that will reach $54 billion in 2020. APAC countries are investing heavily, including South Korea, which plans to pour over $3.6 billion into the IoT by 2020. Â Cont'd...
ï‚§ HALCON 12.0.2 will be released on February 29, 2016 ï‚§ Bar code identification significantly improved ï‚§ Latest interface technology speeds up machine vision processes
Pro Mach adds Stork-Texwrap to their End of Line Group to expand product line and strengthen distributed products portfolio
Diversified Machine Systems announces revolutionary new fixture design to reduce fixture swap times. Through the quick change fixture design, production cycles can be improved without incurring additional labor costs.
LC4500 production solutions offers developers new features and capabilities to integrate light into 3d scanning and industrial applications
Kitchen maker Nobilia has rolled out IoT and automation systems in its German factories to enable real-time tracking of furniture as it progresses through the manufacturing process. The company, which has distribution in Australia, is using Beckhoff automation technology that is powered by Intel processors. A barcode that is attached to furniture is encoded with details including processing steps, components required to be added to complete it, and logistics information such as where the finished product is to be delivered. “Each processing machine scans the barcode and retrieves the associated machining data from a central database. Data connecting the whole factory together makes it possible to produce 2700 kitchens daily,” Intel said in a blog post. “Through real-time tracking enabled by Intel IoT technologies, Nobilia knows exactly where each part is in the production process at any time. “If one of the manufacturing lines shuts down, parts are automatically rerouted to another line.”
Increased product coverage and optional constraints enable simple, accurate holemaking technology selection
We all know the Internet of Things is set to revolutionize the manufacturing industry but how will this happen? A new study of manufacturers across 12 different countries has provided quantified answers to the questions the industry is asking.
American manufacturing is surging with almost 900,000 new jobs created in the past six years. While thats incredible progress, how do we take manufacturing to the next level?
Microscan will demonstrate LVS® label verification and print quality inspection solutions from Booth #110 at the 2016 INFO*FLEX Expo, March 7-8 at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.A.
WestPack - Matrix Brings the Proven Toyo Jidoki TT-8D-N Pre-Made Pouch Filler Sealer to WestPack 2016
Matrix also features the Inever BY300, designed for low-to-medium output production of stickpacks for dosing powders, granules, solids, liquids, and pastes as well as the Morpheus continuous motion vertical form fill seal machine. (Matrix Booth # 5326)
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