Articles & News on Discrete Manufacturing & Machine Control
Teledyne to Showcase Comprehensive Portfolio of Industrial and Scientific Imaging Technology at Vision 2021
Teledyne, a part of Teledyne Technologies [NYSE: TDY], and a global leader in machine vision technology, will exhibit their newest technologies at Vision 2021 taking place Oct. 5-7, 2021 in Stuttgart, Germany.
- by Chris King
Reasons to replace a DCS can include an increased failure rate, a higher incidence of off-spec product, accelerating maintenance costs, a lack of legacy DCS expertise, capacity limitations, an inability to interface with contemporary systems and more.
The members of the VDMA Machine Vision division elected a new board. Mark Williamson, managing director of STEMMER IMAGING Ltd. and member of the STEMMER IMAGING AG’s senior leadership team, was subsequently appointed Chairman by the newly elected VDMA Machine Vision Board.
- by Chris Ehrlich
Robotic automation is coming—to everyone’s workplace.
As labor issues persist, Universal Robots, the pioneering leader of collaborative robotics, will show PACK EXPO attendees automated solutions for hard-to-staff tasks such as box erecting and palletizing. Powering many of these applications is the company’s most popular cobot, the UR10e, now able to lift 25% more.
Award-winning Japanese industrial robotics company celebrates 10th anniversary with first U.S. office near Atlanta; showcases robotic palletizing with AMR pallet transport at Pack Expo, booth SU-7233.
Digital I/O ensures pneumatics-like control, while I/O-Link adds infinitely variable positioning along the axis.
Thomas H. Lee Partners, L.P., a premier private equity firm investing in growth companies, today announced a definitive agreement with Brooks Automation, Inc. to acquire its Semiconductor Solutions Group business in a transaction valued at $3 billion.
New software offering to empower manufacturers to configure and optimize assembly automation quickly and easily.
- by Bryan Christiansen
The value of human life is incalculable. Our industries and manufacturing facilities have not evolved to a stage where worker injuries are completely eliminated. But we have advanced significantly in worker safety compared to the first few epochs of the industrial revolution. This was made possible by a gradual improvement in mechanization and process automation.
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