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Collaborative Robotics
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Three pillars of successful cobot deployment: security, quality and flexibility from a single source

04 de noviembre de 2019 The use of collaborative robots is expected to increase rapidly in the next years to meet the needs of flexible production lines. To ensure that manufacturing layouts can be easily adapted to changing customer requirements, we recommend teaming up mobile robots and cobots. In addition, companies must consider integrated software apps and vision technology, as well as ensure support and risk assessment.
LEER MÁS
AI
touching smart factory module newssingle sol

Smart machines: laying the golden egg?

16 de octubre de 2019 Greater manufacturing efficiency: it’s the golden egg we’re all looking for. But it’s getting increasingly hard to find. The solution could be smarter automation, which involves lots and lots of data (‘big data’) and data collection and data-driven modelling. The smart machine then uses the models to automatically adjust its own behaviour (i.e. machine learning).
LEER MÁS
Brand Protection
automotive industry bboard sol

Legacy of machine vision

16 de octubre de 2019 Did you know that for more than 40 years, Omron has developed vision sensing technologies for factory automation, surveillance and transport systems, and more recently for facial recognition and image processing for mobile phones, and even driver monitoring for autonomous driving?
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AI
ai demo ppma newssinglemob sol

Improve OEE with Artificial Intelligence at the Edge in Food Manufacturing

16 de octubre de 2019 Implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in food manufacturing is picking up speed. Many F&B companies are realizing that AI presents an opportunity to increase not only the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) – and therefore combine reduced costs with increased productivity – but also to improve the analysis of data to support continuous improvement programs such as reducing waste or process operations variability.
LEER MÁS
Brand Protection
brand protection misc

Late-stage customization in pharmaceutical manufacturing

16 de octubre de 2019 As a result of serialization legislation, pharmaceutical manufacturers must now ensure that labels printed at a late stage contain all of the data required for compliance. This includes customizing product labels for certain markets, customers or products by adding variable data to labels or packaging. This avoids the need to stock individual packaging materials for each variant.
LEER MÁS
Collaborative Robotics
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Top tips for choosing a mobile robot

16 de octubre de 2019 In an age of short product lifecycles and an increasing demand for customised solutions, if you’re a manufacturer, you need to be very agile to remain competitive. For instance, you might need to make products down to a lot size of one as simply and cost-efficiently as in mass production; or to change or update your production line at short notice. One key solution is a greater co-operation between people and machinery, leading to improved efficiency and more flexibility in the design of the production line.
LEER MÁS
Collaborative Robotics
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Autonomous bin picking with a collaborative mobile robot

16 de octubre de 2019 Our TM collaborative robot provides a unique solution to easily automate applications such as picking and packing that, traditionally performed by humans, have been challenging to automate. As part of the TM series launch, we also released a mobile-compatible model, which seamlessly integrates into Omron’s LD series autonomous mobile robot. Combined with a 3D vision camera mounted directly onto the collaborative robot, this enables for example e-commerce companies to automate more complex tasks. This includes pick and place of various items onto a tray or container, as well as connecting production processes with the autonomous mobile robots for flexible manufacturing and materials handling.
LEER MÁS
Collaborative Robotics
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Ágil e inteligente: la robótica móvil personalizada

10 de octubre de 2019 Un importante grupo de automoción alemán optimiza su eficiencia y lidera la innovación en el campo de la manipulación de materiales con los robots móviles LD de Omron y un accesorio de transporte de cts GmbHLa fabricación de automóviles ha estado siempre ligada a la producción en cadenas de montaje. Los coches no fueron capaces de conquistar el mundo como productos fabricados de forma masiva hasta 1913, fecha en la que Henry Ford comenzó a utilizar las cintas transportadoras en sus fábricas. A día de hoy, en las fábricas de BMW no se concibe una jornada de trabajo sin cadenas de montaje. El grupo se sirve de procesos de logística y transporte innovadores para incrementar la eficiencia y la flexibilidad, vincular mejor los procesos de trabajo y lograr que los empleados no tengan que invertir tiempo en tareas largas y repetitivas. Estos conceptos incluyen el transporte de materiales mediante los robots móviles LD de Omron, que proporcionan un gran retorno de la inversión (ROI). Estos robots móviles autónomos están equipados con una torre transportadora, que consiste en un dispositivo de manipulación de cargas con altura regulable desarrollado por el integrador de sistemas cts GmbH. La interacción entre empleados y robots transportadores en BMW demuestra de manera espectacular cómo pueden introducirse procesos industriales armónicos en las fábricas del futuro.
LEER MÁS
Brand Protection
robots food beverage bboard sol

Barcodes: keeping track of product quality

02 de octubre de 2019 For many years, barcode technology has proved to be an economical and flexible identification technology. It has continued to develop and as a result, 1D and 2D codes (such as Datamatrix) are now used almost universally. Their versatility have made them a popular choice for streamlining many key supply chain processes, including production, logistics and item traceability.
LEER MÁS
Operational Excellence
autonomous production flow bboard back

3 Steps to Optimize Operational Efficiency for the Future of Manufacturing

02 de octubre de 2019 Operational Excellence is required to maximize capital expenditures. But at the same time manufacturers are challenged to move away from traditional high volume, low mix production runs, to more complex high mix, low volume production with consumer demand linked directly with production. How to optimize operational efficiency to be ready for the future of manufacturing?
LEER MÁS
Collaborative Robotics
engineer robot programming fcard prod

The power of collaboration between machines, people and teams

01 de octubre de 2019 With today’s rapid advances in technology, the manufacturing sector needs to be increasingly agile, ready to adapt to changing demands. Production lines must be more flexible, so that they can cope with shorter production runs, more varied products and tight deadlines. So how can manufacturers address these challenges? The solution lies in more advanced, interconnected and intelligent systems that can be programmed to handle a range of tasks.
LEER MÁS
AI
touching smart factory module newssingle sol

Smart machines: laying the golden egg?

16 de octubre de 2019 Greater manufacturing efficiency: it’s the golden egg we’re all looking for. But it’s getting increasingly hard to find. The solution could be smarter automation, which involves lots and lots of data (‘big data’) and data collection and data-driven modelling. The smart machine then uses the models to automatically adjust its own behaviour (i.e. machine learning).
LEER MÁS
AI
ai demo ppma newssinglemob sol

Improve OEE with Artificial Intelligence at the Edge in Food Manufacturing

16 de octubre de 2019 Implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in food manufacturing is picking up speed. Many F&B companies are realizing that AI presents an opportunity to increase not only the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) – and therefore combine reduced costs with increased productivity – but also to improve the analysis of data to support continuous improvement programs such as reducing waste or process operations variability.
LEER MÁS
AI
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Edge, Fog and Cloud clarified

16 de septiembre de 2019 What do the terms Edge, Fog and Cloud mean in relation to artificial intelligence in industrial manufacturing? They are actually different layers of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Here is a quick overview on how we at Omron describe these terms in relation to AI, using an analogy with a nervous system.
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AI
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Artificial Intelligence and the future of manufacturing

16 de septiembre de 2019 The discussion about ‘Artificial Intelligence’ (AI) in manufacturing is now gaining momentum. This is mainly due to the availability of greater processing power and increasing volumes of data (the ‘sensorisation’ of the industry). A key factor that will help manufacturers to gain the maximum benefit from these recent advances is the use of adaptive algorithms. This in turn is a major stepping stone towards the development of ‘the factory of the future’.
LEER MÁS
Collaborative Robotics
three pillars cobots bboard prod

Three pillars of successful cobot deployment: security, quality and flexibility from a single source

04 de noviembre de 2019 The use of collaborative robots is expected to increase rapidly in the next years to meet the needs of flexible production lines. To ensure that manufacturing layouts can be easily adapted to changing customer requirements, we recommend teaming up mobile robots and cobots. In addition, companies must consider integrated software apps and vision technology, as well as ensure support and risk assessment.
LEER MÁS
Collaborative Robotics
tiaf automotive mobile robots newssingle en event

Top tips for choosing a mobile robot

16 de octubre de 2019 In an age of short product lifecycles and an increasing demand for customised solutions, if you’re a manufacturer, you need to be very agile to remain competitive. For instance, you might need to make products down to a lot size of one as simply and cost-efficiently as in mass production; or to change or update your production line at short notice. One key solution is a greater co-operation between people and machinery, leading to improved efficiency and more flexibility in the design of the production line.
LEER MÁS
Collaborative Robotics
bin picking newssingle sol

Autonomous bin picking with a collaborative mobile robot

16 de octubre de 2019 Our TM collaborative robot provides a unique solution to easily automate applications such as picking and packing that, traditionally performed by humans, have been challenging to automate. As part of the TM series launch, we also released a mobile-compatible model, which seamlessly integrates into Omron’s LD series autonomous mobile robot. Combined with a 3D vision camera mounted directly onto the collaborative robot, this enables for example e-commerce companies to automate more complex tasks. This includes pick and place of various items onto a tray or container, as well as connecting production processes with the autonomous mobile robots for flexible manufacturing and materials handling.
LEER MÁS
Collaborative Robotics
ld mobile robot bmw bboard sol

Ágil e inteligente: la robótica móvil personalizada

10 de octubre de 2019 Un importante grupo de automoción alemán optimiza su eficiencia y lidera la innovación en el campo de la manipulación de materiales con los robots móviles LD de Omron y un accesorio de transporte de cts GmbHLa fabricación de automóviles ha estado siempre ligada a la producción en cadenas de montaje. Los coches no fueron capaces de conquistar el mundo como productos fabricados de forma masiva hasta 1913, fecha en la que Henry Ford comenzó a utilizar las cintas transportadoras en sus fábricas. A día de hoy, en las fábricas de BMW no se concibe una jornada de trabajo sin cadenas de montaje. El grupo se sirve de procesos de logística y transporte innovadores para incrementar la eficiencia y la flexibilidad, vincular mejor los procesos de trabajo y lograr que los empleados no tengan que invertir tiempo en tareas largas y repetitivas. Estos conceptos incluyen el transporte de materiales mediante los robots móviles LD de Omron, que proporcionan un gran retorno de la inversión (ROI). Estos robots móviles autónomos están equipados con una torre transportadora, que consiste en un dispositivo de manipulación de cargas con altura regulable desarrollado por el integrador de sistemas cts GmbH. La interacción entre empleados y robots transportadores en BMW demuestra de manera espectacular cómo pueden introducirse procesos industriales armónicos en las fábricas del futuro.
LEER MÁS
Collaborative Robotics
engineer robot programming fcard prod

The power of collaboration between machines, people and teams

01 de octubre de 2019 With today’s rapid advances in technology, the manufacturing sector needs to be increasingly agile, ready to adapt to changing demands. Production lines must be more flexible, so that they can cope with shorter production runs, more varied products and tight deadlines. So how can manufacturers address these challenges? The solution lies in more advanced, interconnected and intelligent systems that can be programmed to handle a range of tasks.
LEER MÁS
Collaborative Robotics
Omron TM Human-collaboration bboard sol

The future of flexible production - combining the power of mobile robots and cobots

19 de septiembre de 2019 Consumer trends are changing and product life cycles are becoming shorter and shorter. As a result, manufacturers increasingly have to accommodate individual customer needs. To remain profitable, they need to have flexible production lines that can cope with rapid product changes, individual modifications and small lot sizes. Collaborative robots can help them to achieve their goals, especially if they can be used in a mobile environment – i.e. combined with mobile robotics.
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Collaborative Robotics
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Collaborative robots: forging a new future

16 de septiembre de 2019 In today’s ever-changing world, manufacturers are facing increasingly heavy demands. Factories worldwide are having to produce a high mix, low volume of products to meet customer needs, whilst also dealing with shorter product life cycles and shortages of labour. To remain competitive, manufacturers must be sufficiently agile to cope with rapid changes in lines and layouts.
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Industry 4.0
touching smart factory module newssingle sol

Smart machines: laying the golden egg?

16 de octubre de 2019 Greater manufacturing efficiency: it’s the golden egg we’re all looking for. But it’s getting increasingly hard to find. The solution could be smarter automation, which involves lots and lots of data (‘big data’) and data collection and data-driven modelling. The smart machine then uses the models to automatically adjust its own behaviour (i.e. machine learning).
LEER MÁS
Industry 4.0
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A practical illustration of IoT and Industry 4.0

01 de octubre de 2019 The Internet of Things (IoT) is a relatively new phenomenon. Prof Dr Thomas Pospiech, a teacher of Production and Process Management at Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences, was interviewed recently about the ‘IoT box’ he’s developed to give his students a practical illustration of this fairly abstract concept.
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Industry 4.0
automation services prod

What is the effect of Brexit on automation in the UK?

26 de septiembre de 2019 Currently, workers from the EU have the right to travel and work freely across European borders. However, key statistics of net migration from the Office of National Statistics in the UK, show that net migration to the UK has been significantly reduced since 2016. With the announcement of Brexit, and the ensuing uncertainty around it, UK factories are perhaps no longer a viable destination for European workers.
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Industry 4.0
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Industry 4.0 - hot topic or hot air?

19 de septiembre de 2019 Industry 4.0 is defined by Wikipedia as “the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies”. But what does that mean for you and your customers? And it isn’t really a new topic. At Omron, we’ve been working on manufacturing automation and data exchange for years.
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Industry 4.0
conveyor filled cans bboard sol

How smart is your packaging line?

17 de septiembre de 2019 Industry 4.0 is changing the way in which manufactured goods are produced, through the use of automation and data exchange. By incorporating it into your packaging line, you can start to enjoy a range of benefits, from better data management to improved efficiency. Moving to a modern, flexible and smart line will bring the most benefits, but replacing a complete production line might not be a viable option if you’re operating with tight margins. However, even small changes to your existing facilities can significantly boost your efficiency.
LEER MÁS
Brand Protection
automotive industry bboard sol

Legacy of machine vision

16 de octubre de 2019 Did you know that for more than 40 years, Omron has developed vision sensing technologies for factory automation, surveillance and transport systems, and more recently for facial recognition and image processing for mobile phones, and even driver monitoring for autonomous driving?
LEER MÁS
Brand Protection
brand protection misc

Late-stage customization in pharmaceutical manufacturing

16 de octubre de 2019 As a result of serialization legislation, pharmaceutical manufacturers must now ensure that labels printed at a late stage contain all of the data required for compliance. This includes customizing product labels for certain markets, customers or products by adding variable data to labels or packaging. This avoids the need to stock individual packaging materials for each variant.
LEER MÁS
Brand Protection
robots food beverage bboard sol

Barcodes: keeping track of product quality

02 de octubre de 2019 For many years, barcode technology has proved to be an economical and flexible identification technology. It has continued to develop and as a result, 1D and 2D codes (such as Datamatrix) are now used almost universally. Their versatility have made them a popular choice for streamlining many key supply chain processes, including production, logistics and item traceability.
LEER MÁS
Brand Protection
microhawk mv-40 inspection newssinglemob sol

Is your production line ready for inspection?

12 de septiembre de 2019 Quality inspections are a critical requirement for all manufacturing and packaging lines. Being able to identify defective products before they are shipped to customers can bring significant savings in both time and money. It prevents costly product recalls, wasted production and potentially expensive legal costs.For perishable products – from food to pharmaceuticals – quality inspection of the packaging is also vital. An unreadable barcode or a wrong expiry date could lead to perfectly good products being discarded. And increasingly strict legislation is making clear marking a top priority for all types of products.
LEER MÁS
Operational Excellence
ai demo ppma newssinglemob sol

Improve OEE with Artificial Intelligence at the Edge in Food Manufacturing

16 de octubre de 2019 Implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in food manufacturing is picking up speed. Many F&B companies are realizing that AI presents an opportunity to increase not only the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) – and therefore combine reduced costs with increased productivity – but also to improve the analysis of data to support continuous improvement programs such as reducing waste or process operations variability.
LEER MÁS
Operational Excellence
autonomous production flow bboard back

3 Steps to Optimize Operational Efficiency for the Future of Manufacturing

02 de octubre de 2019 Operational Excellence is required to maximize capital expenditures. But at the same time manufacturers are challenged to move away from traditional high volume, low mix production runs, to more complex high mix, low volume production with consumer demand linked directly with production. How to optimize operational efficiency to be ready for the future of manufacturing?
LEER MÁS
Operational Excellence
engineer robot programming fcard prod

The power of collaboration between machines, people and teams

01 de octubre de 2019 With today’s rapid advances in technology, the manufacturing sector needs to be increasingly agile, ready to adapt to changing demands. Production lines must be more flexible, so that they can cope with shorter production runs, more varied products and tight deadlines. So how can manufacturers address these challenges? The solution lies in more advanced, interconnected and intelligent systems that can be programmed to handle a range of tasks.
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Sustainable Manufacturing
ld mobile robot bmw bboard sol

Ágil e inteligente: la robótica móvil personalizada

10 de octubre de 2019 Un importante grupo de automoción alemán optimiza su eficiencia y lidera la innovación en el campo de la manipulación de materiales con los robots móviles LD de Omron y un accesorio de transporte de cts GmbHLa fabricación de automóviles ha estado siempre ligada a la producción en cadenas de montaje. Los coches no fueron capaces de conquistar el mundo como productos fabricados de forma masiva hasta 1913, fecha en la que Henry Ford comenzó a utilizar las cintas transportadoras en sus fábricas. A día de hoy, en las fábricas de BMW no se concibe una jornada de trabajo sin cadenas de montaje. El grupo se sirve de procesos de logística y transporte innovadores para incrementar la eficiencia y la flexibilidad, vincular mejor los procesos de trabajo y lograr que los empleados no tengan que invertir tiempo en tareas largas y repetitivas. Estos conceptos incluyen el transporte de materiales mediante los robots móviles LD de Omron, que proporcionan un gran retorno de la inversión (ROI). Estos robots móviles autónomos están equipados con una torre transportadora, que consiste en un dispositivo de manipulación de cargas con altura regulable desarrollado por el integrador de sistemas cts GmbH. La interacción entre empleados y robots transportadores en BMW demuestra de manera espectacular cómo pueden introducirse procesos industriales armónicos en las fábricas del futuro.
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