Automation & Control News & Articles

International Robot Safety Conference Agenda Features Top Industry Experts on Latest Safety Techniques and Technologies

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The virtual conference runs Sept. 20-22 and offers an in-depth overview of robot safety.

Monitoring the Charging Stations of the e-bus Fleet of the City of Jena

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How Jena's public transport system monitors its charging columns for the e-bus fleet and uses advanced diagnostic features to increase availability and optimize maintenance activities.

Surprising Findings in the SANS 2021 OT/ICS Cybersecurity Survey

  • by Chris Grove
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The just-released SANS 2021 OT/ICS Cybersecurity Survey, sponsored by Nozomi Networks, uncovered some surprising findings. We take a look at some compelling statistics that ICS operators should take note of as they work to protect their OT and ICS systems.

Hexagon’s Reverse Engineering Solution Takes Center Stage at RAPID + TCT 2021

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New-to-market REcreate redefines reverse engineering with a fresh, flexible design approach.

From Alarm Floods to ‘Highly Protected’ Status

  • by Ryan Scofield, Tracy Blauvelt-Heilaman & Susan Chambers
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The Solvay Novecare chemical plant reduced downtime and improved safety by tackling an alarm management overhaul. This article was originally published in InTech's July/August issue.

CGTech to Demonstrate VERICUT 9.2 at All Four Manufacturing Technology Series Events

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Ericsson and Unikie Optimize Factory Parking with a 5G Private Network and Automation

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With more than 500 global auto factories and 90 million cars produced in 2019, managing vehicle logistics onsite becomes more and more crucial. With 5G and automated parking, automakers can save time and reduce costs.

Tahoma Engineered Solutions Completes ISO 9001:2015 Recertification

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Tahoma Engineered Solutions, a leading manufacturer of precision machined parts and wire formed products, successfully completed their ISO 9001:2015 Surveillance Audit.

Reduce Energy Costs by Measuring Power Quality

  • by Frank Healy
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The first step in developing the energy program was “benchmarking” electrical energy consumption across the property. As current flows through conductors, some energy will inevitably become waste as heat. The person performing energy savings studies must be a cross between an energy engineer and a politician. This article was originally published in InTech's July/August issue.

LiDAR Adoption: Technology Choices and Supply Chain Management are Key Enablers

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ADAS and robotic vehicles will drive the LiDAR market from US$1.8 billion in 2020 to US$5.7 billion in 2026.