Omron US has donated equipment to support the creation of the Robotics and Mechatronics Laboratory to the Northern Illinois University College of Engineering . That of course is nice to know, but they have also created a brilliant video where future engineers speak about engineering. Must watch!
Cathal Wilson, Ceramicx Projects Manager and Assistant Professor Dr Anthony Robinson from Trinity College Dublin presented their groundbreaking work on Infrared-based Heat Work Technology for the processing & packaging industries Our first report from the seminars at the Total Processing & Packaging Exhibition Established in 1992, Ceramicx is located in a rural Irish community,
Read this exclusive white paper about packaging trends. The white paper was instigated and put together by the French Packaging and Process Machinery trade Association GEPPIA. Omron is a member of the GEPPIA and an integral part of the association’s mission is to advocate, support and share information about the industry it serves. In order to
Imagine a world where you don’t have to assemble that Ikea closet yourself… Sounds too good to be true? Not according to Skylar Tibbits. He’s an architect and computer scientist at MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab. He focuses on self-assembly technologies. In other words: objects that make themselves. Tibbits has spoken about this concept on TED 2013 Februari
We designed the Technology & Trends magazine to update you about the latest news concerning Omron technology, organization developments and trends in the market. All supported with customer experience and application experts views and presented in an attractive high quality design. In this issue: All-in-one solution for end of line packaging Sysmac Integrated Safety Sysmac
Gert van Wensen, director of Wepan in De Lier, is an idiosyncratic business man with a very outspoken opinion on the running of a company and how to deal with employees and clients. As a fitter and panel builder, he knows that flexibility and speed are important for many clients, but he refuses to compromise