Introducing robotic automation to an established workflow can appear complicated and expensive. With the latest modular technology and intuitive setup tools, companies can quickly and easily begin capturing the benefits, and scale and upgrade their systems as confidence grows.
Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and industrial automation, today announced that its Smart Factory in Lexington, Kentucky has earned the distinction of 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) Advanced Lighthouse by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
First Solar Japan and Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation (hereinafter “Toshiba ESS”) has signed a contract to construct two mega solar projects, Yatsubo Solar Power Plant and Ikeda Solar Power Plant in Tochigi Prefecture, Nasu area, Eastern Japan.
As an addition to the OPTISWIRL family, KROHNE introduces the OPTISWIRL 2100. The new vortex flowmeter aims at basic utility applications in the process industries and is an economical solution for the measurement of liquids, (wet) gases, saturated and superheated steam where high accuracy is not required.
South Africa conservationist Brett Barlow needed a robust security solution to protect Munu, a blind, South Western Black Rhinoceros whose species is critically endangered. Barlow deployed an all FLIR solution, comprising thermal cameras, visible cameras and an NVR, for around-the-clock monitoring, early detection and real-time response. FLIR technology has played an instrumental role to protect Munu’s life and livelihood.
Lantek, a leading multinational in the development and sale of CAD/CAM, MES, ERP software and a pioneer in the digital transformation of sheet metal and structural steel manufacturing has consolidated its leadership in the national and international market. This is reflected by the increase of over 1,100 new clients in their portfolio in the first half of 2020.