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Omron Industrial Automation

Opal Drive
Fox Milne
Milton keynes
MK15 0DG
UK

Telephone : 01908258254
Email : jcommercial@eu.omron.com
Web : www.industrial.omron.co.uk


Article archive for Omron Industrial Automation;

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    How can manufacturers benefit from the latest machine control technology?(03/05/2019)

    What if it was possible to develop a machine learning model capable of predicting that a critical element of your manufacturing equipment is at risk of breaking down – and order spare parts well in advance? Or what if you had access to an industrial controller with built-in artificial intelligence, that uses pattern recognition to predict an unwarranted deviation on your filling line that you otherwise would never have detected?

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    Omron's new Sysmac AI controller unveiled(12/02/2019)

    A new solution for predictive maintenance and control is now available from Omron Industrial Automation Europe. It is the first AI machine automation controller with a Sysmac library in the industry and fuses control functions of manufacturing lines and equipment with AI processing at manufacturing sites in real time.

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    ŠKODA AUTO uses Omron’s fully autonomous transport robot(04/02/2019)

    The autonomous robot contributes to the continuous improvement of work safety in Vrchlabí and helps to minimise work risks. It recognises people crossing its path as well as other vehicles and stationary obstacles.

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    Making a business case for artificial intelligence(22/01/2019)

    On Wednesday, December 5, around 100 professionals gathered in Malmö to attend an Omron conference about the use of artificial intelligence in the manufacturing industry. The conference emphasised the fact that the technologies are ready and available – it’s just the business cases that are waiting for their finishing touches.

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    Omron introduces NX-series safety network controller(16/01/2019)

    World's first advanced safety controller to support two industrial safety networks for industrial robot systems.

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    Collaborative robot accelerates the harmonisation of humans and machines(10/12/2018)

    Omron has announced the global launch of the TM series collaborative robot family to realise an innovative manufacturing environment where humans and machines work in harmony.

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    i-Automation provides the path to perfect production(25/10/2018)

    To assist manufacturers, Omron has launched its i-Automation programme, which is intended to provide manufacturers with a consistent, reliable way of ensuring they can meet both consumer demands and the changing needs of industry.

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    New innovation lab proactively demonstrates the benefits of robots in manufacturing(23/10/2018)

    Omron has opened a new robotics innovation lab at the company’s UK headquarters in Milton Keynes. The lab, which represents an investment of £600,000 with a creation of five new jobs, is set to demonstrate how robots can be a boon to the UK manufacturing industry, as well as providing customers with a realistic overview of how robots can enhance their own individual applications.

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    IoT processing control sensors for Flow (E8FC) and Pressure (EFPC)(04/10/2018)

    New Flow sensors E8FC and Pressure sensors E8PC from Omron bring a new generation of innovative solutions for controlling industrial processes that use different fluids and gases.

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    Food & beverage lines benefit from AI at the edge(27/09/2018)

    Remember when you had only a couple of flavours of your favourite snack and mainly the same package size? Well, those times are long gone. Consumer demands have evolved over time making food & beverage (F&B) manufacturers re-think their processes to be more flexible and adaptive to changes in those trends. To cope with that, the F&B industry has experienced a continuous increase in the automation content and in the amount of data taken from the factory floor known as “sensorisation”.

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    Integrated safety – what exactly is it?(03/09/2018)

    In broad terms, integration enables increased speed and precision of production processes due to more finely tuned technology and control systems.

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    Driving quality with Omron’s new Q2A Tailored Application Drive(23/07/2018)

    First in a new family, Omron’s Q2A motor drive delivers efficiency, flexibility, and ease-of-use with a simple ‘program-deploy-go’ philosophy in a space-saving design.

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    NX1-series controller integrates control and information(09/07/2018)

    Omron Corporation announced the global release of its new NX1-series Machine Automation Controller that boosts productivity while leveraging information.

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    Omron to introduce new i4 SCARA product family(20/06/2018)

    Omron will be introducing a new line of SCARA robots, boasting sleek design and enhanced performance. Named the “i4,” the new generation of SCARA robot will save space during installation, and allow easier configuration into existing production lines. The i4 is fast, repeatable, easy to operate and flexible for multiple configurations and applications.

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    Strategic alliance formed for collaborative robots(18/06/2018)

    Omron and Techman Robot formed a strategic alliance in the area of collaborative robots. Omron will globally market and sell Techman’s TM series of collaborative robots via its worldwide distribution network under a co-branded logo, starting in the second half of FY2018. Omron and Techman will also develop the next generation of cobots that will be easier to integrate with Omron’s other factory automation products in order to realise an innovative manufacturing environment.