Augmented reality, IoT, IIoT, predictive maintenance, digital twins…these smart manufacturing technologies are making companies more efficient and innovative, boosting their competitive advantage.
Bosch and Harting pool their expertise in the first Plug & Play IoT kit for industrial applications with IP 54 protection available on the market. It allows digital condition monitoring of any kind of machinery, extremely quickly and using very few movements.
Nokia is presenting an innovative product manufacturing process which makes the idea of Industry 4.0 a reality: its "factory in a box".
The new FM502-CMS module from ABB allows precise and reliable real-time monitoring of machine or operation condition for increased plant availability and dependability.
Mitsubishi Electric has developed an AGV complete with an integrated robot arm, together with Mirage, a company developing bespoke factory automation for industry and lean manufacturing.
With its new X90 CAN bus controller, B&R makes it easier to connect remote sensors and actuators to mobile machinery.
An Industry 4.0-ready wireless controller that allows machines and systems to be remotely controlled and monitored is available from WAGO.
Schneider Electric introduces the Modicon M580 Safety Controller, an Industrial Internet of Things-enabled safety and process controller that drives new levels of operational profitability, safely.
Air Grip is a patented, highly efficient, safe and flexible bottle gripping system which has been developed by Yaskawa for use with MOTOMAN robots to meet the demands for today’s bottling plants.