Described by some as a game-changer, the novel O3D300 from ifm electronic is a sensor capable of measuring three dimensions at once.
SICK expanded its next-generation microScan3 family with the addition of EtherNet/IP and PROFINET compatible variants to enable easy integration of safety laser scanners into a safe network.
Acconeer AB’s A1 SRD radar sensors are available for immediate shipment worldwide through Digi-Key Electronics, thanks to a new distribution agreement.
A new range of miniature laser sensors which provide pinpoint accuracy for the detection of objects to within 0.1mm and with response times of less than 0.1ms have been introduced by Baumer Ltd.
The 2018 MACH Show will be the platform for demonstrating SICK’s UK SafetyIQ concept, the company’s universal approach to ensuring safe, compliant personnel protection without compromising on machine availability, efficiency and productivity.
SICK has pushed the boundaries of long-range laser sensing with the launch of the DT1000 and DL1000 distance sensors to deliver highly accurate and consistent results even in the most difficult outdoor and harsh industrial environments.
SICK has launched stainless steel versions of its fully-programmable DFS60 incremental encoders and AFM60 and AFS60 absolute encoders making them available for duties in hygienic and corrosive environments for the first time.
SICK launched the TIC502 LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) traffic monitoring and warning system setting a new a benchmark for all-weather traffic control in all climate zones, day or night.
Rockwell Automation has a stated goal of enabling advanced analytics for manufacturing. Project Scio is the next step along that continuum. To make decisions when and where they matter most, new capabilities offered through Project Scio reduce hurdles to unleashing information. Find out how in this FactoryTalk Analytics Project Scio demo video.