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Here you will find numerous innovations from automation for the Industry 4.0 era image processing, IPC, communication technology, Robot, sensors, Safety technology and controllers - technically sound and goal-oriented!

Brand new automation technology

including with EKS Engel, Pepperl + Fuchs, Schmersal, Turck

  • Control machine vision and the solutions of industrial image processing penetrate ever further into industrial areas, where the best image quality, highest resolution and high speeds are required. SVS-Vistek is introducing the new GigE Vision industrial camera SHR461CX from the high-resolution SHR series. With over 100 megapixels, the GigE camera offers an enormous dynamic range of 82 dB. The new rolling shutter sensor IMX461 from Sony also has a resolution of 14.192 x 10.640 pixels and...
  • Interpack Hall 18, Stand D15 The packaging industry, with its sometimes complex processing and production systems, places high demands on the security technology, because it has to be flexible, efficient and available, and contribute to the connectivity of the systems. Schmersal presents a safe field box with Profinet, Profisafe fieldbus interface with new safety solutions for the packaging industry. It is a simple and inexpensive installation solution for larger machines and systems. It enables the transmission of diagnostic and...
  • Cover story With a high degree of automation, Rodinger Kunststoff-Technik GmbH (RKT) ensures the required quality and efficiency in the production of various plastic parts for the automotive industry, electronics industry, communication technology and medical technology. The automation technology for the plastic injection molding machine comes from Mitsubishi Electric, including numerous 6-axis robots RV-2FR and the human-machine interface GOT2000.
  • Logimat Hall 4, Stand B65 Turck has presented a compact 10 port managed Ethernet switch with IP67 protection. With the robust TBEN-L-SE-M2 switches, camera applications, for example, can be significantly accelerated due to the highest data rates up to 1 Gigabit / s. A high-speed link-up function supports fast tool changes in less than 150 ms for minimal cycle times in the robot. The Ethernet switch can be installed decentrally directly in the field.
  • The goal of predictive maintenance is not only pursued by Igus with its intelligent smart plastics products for monitoring plain bearings, cables and energy chains. Manufacturers of machines and systems are also increasingly offering solutions with their own condition monitoring tools. Automation specialist Güdel also uses Ig.EC and EC.W sensors for its linear robots when it comes to predictive maintenance.
  • Hannover Messe Hall 9, Booth D58 Specialist article Too often, the functioning of the fieldbus and industrial network equate users with the sufficiently high quality of data communication. Although this is imperative for stable machine and plant operation, awareness of the need for monitoring for predictive condition monitoring in industrial automation is slowly becoming established. Indu-Sol shows with a current survey among webinar participants and its annual Vortex Report...
  • Logimat East Entrance, Stand ES17 Otto Roth presents its extensive expertise in the efficient and customized procurement of C-parts. The highlight is a new Kanban method with RFID technology. Users can use it to automate their supply of C-parts, thereby reducing ordering effort and delivery times.
  • With artificial intelligence (AI) you are also smart beforehand. Mitsubishi Electric is now using its own AI for predictive maintenance. By analyzing operating parameters recorded in real time, maintenance requirements are determined before they occur. This means that necessary measures can be planned in advance and reduced to a minimum. The automaker's AI technology is called maize. It can be easily implemented on the Melfa robot using the Melfa Smartplus add-on card.
  • Hannover Messe Hall 7, Booth C32 Specialist article Industrial applications of AI (Artificial Intelligence) have so far been little convincing due to latency times and large amounts of data in the cloud connection. You have to bring AI directly to the machine and interpret data in real time at the source. With the AI ​​platform Scraitec, Resolto Informatik, which belongs to the Festo Group, does this for example for a household appliance manufacturer or automobile manufacturer.
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Kipp-Werke
Tretter
Rollon
Mitsubishi
Mayr
Gimatic
Pepperl + Fuchs
Rollon
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NORD
Igus
Mitsubishi
Schmersal
Harting