Bernard Marr for Forbes: First came steam and water power; then electricity and assembly lines; then computerization… So what comes next? Some call it the fourth industrial revolution, or industry 4.0, but whatever you call it, it represents the combination of cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things, and the Internet of Systems. In short, it is the idea of smart factories in which machines are augmented with web connectivity and connected to a system that can visualize the entire production chain and make decisions on its own. And it’s well on its way and will change most of our jobs. Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, has published a book entitled The Fourth Industrial Revolution in which he describes how this fourth revolution is fundamentally different from the previous three, which were characterized mainly by advances in technology. In this fourth revolution, we are facing a range of new technologies that combine the physical, digital and biological worlds. These new technologies will impact all disciplines, economies and industries, and even challenge our ideas about what it means to be human. Cont'd...
3 Core Products in demonstration: - gearless speed reducers with self-locking embedded - contactless torque sensor - flat type gearmotor
Also featured is the NOVA3 Resistance Welding Workstation, perfectly suited for coil wire welding and the resistance welding of other electronic parts for automotive industries.
Machine vision as a key technology for Industry 4.0 Safe human-machine interaction in smart factory scenarios Robust and reliable solutions with HALCON 12.0.2 and MERLIC 2
In most situations, it's possible to define the workpiece geometry in CAD and then export it into the CAM system. This saves a lot of time when processing complex parts because the operator doesnt have to duplicate the effort of creating the geometry.
On The Road to Hannover Messe highlights importance of Americas role as partner country at worlds largest and most important trade show for industrial technology Remarks from German Ambassador to the United States Peter Wittig, Deputy Commerce Secretary Bruce Andrews, and Siemens AG Managing Board Member and CTO Siegfried Russwurm Expert panel features participants from National Association of Manufacturers, Google, Local Motors, and Infineon Technologies North America
Bittium exhibits its customized, secure IoT solutions and engineering services at Hannover Messe 2016 industrial fair
Messe is the worlds biggest industrial fair with over 200 000 yearly visitors and exhibitors from over 60 countries.
Series A Investment Round Led by JVP Together with Samsung, Bosch and the Tel Aviv University Momentum Fund
The CoaXPress® camera standard was developed nearly a decade ago to overcome the limitations of Camera Link™, which at the time was the most popular interface for machine vision systems requiring real time data in small volume systems.
Kristie Thong for Eco-Business: Amid concerns that the rise of industrial robots may soon render humans obsolete, Swiss automation giant ABB’s latest innovation may help shine a new light on what the future will look like when humans and robots can work together as partners. Full Article:
The panel, the first of the NAMs new Leading Edge series, was hosted at GEs Advanced Manufacturing and Software Technology Center in Detroit, Mich. Leading Edge is a new, yearlong series of events convening manufacturing executives from companies of all sizes together with business luminaries, thought leaders and experts.
More than 30 technical sessions will be presented in three distinct tracks on motors and related technologies, motion control and drives technologies, and network communication technologies.
Leading speakers from industries including manufacturing, logistics, transport, energy and government join the IoT Tech Expo's stellar line-up for the Central Europe event
Industry-leading speakers from industries including manufacturing, logistics, transport, energy and government join the IoT Tech Expos stellar line-up for the Central Europe event in Berlin this June
Lee Min-hyung for Korea Times: LSIS, the nation's top electric equipment maker, aims to apply integrated automation systems into all of its manufacturing facilities as a core strategy to slash operating costs and dominate the nation's energy efficiency market. The so-called "smart factory" initiative comes amid growing popularity for efficient management systems in the age of the Internet of Things (IoT). Global equipment manufacturers are jumping on the "smart" bandwagon for management efficiency, but only a few companies here have achieved significant feats on the area. LSIS's manufacturing facility, however, offers a glimpse of what automated factory is all about, ranging from assembling parts to packaging. In particular, the company's G production line is equipped with fully-automated production system operated by its programmable logic controller (PLC). The PLC is interconnected with the manufacturing execution system (MES), serving as a network hub to manage every level of manufacturing processes within the factory. Cont'd...
Novotechnik U.S. introduces the Vert-X 31E Series of rotary angle sensors. The sensors are touchless magnetic angle sensors with a permanent magnet that can be secured to an applications rotating shaft, so that there is no direct mechanical linkage between the shaft and the measuring system, and therefore no wear.
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