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Find out how mobile robots bring unparalleled flexibility to your factory of the future

While stationary robots are well-established and important parts of many factories and production plants, mobile platforms and manipulators will become an integral part of your factory of the future. At the Industrial Automation Forum at Hannover Messe, Bruno Adam, our Mobile Business Director Europe, answers how the manufacturing process is evolving and why factories, driven by
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Today is your chance to meet our friendly and smart collaborative table tennis robot Forpheus!

Forpheus is eagerly waiting for you at Hannover Messe to make you a better player. Our Ping Pong Robot Forpheus can tailor its game to your skill level! With the incorporation of our powerful Human-Machine collaboration technologies, it can now interpret, predict, learn, think, act, connect and communicate with you. Seven amazing technologies make it
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LinusTechTips visits Omron Factory

In case you don’t know these guys: LinusTechTips provides news, articles, reviews and techguides about everything, err, technical.  Topics vary from SSD’s, videocards, mobile phones, televisions to 3D-printing. These guys are so technical that they don’t have a ‘normal’ website, but they host a pretty large forum. They also create a lot of videos and one
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Accurate temperature control leads to integrity

Jodie Commercial, components product marketing manager at Omron, explains the importance of accurate temperature control in sealing applications on Form, Fill and Seal machines Whether it is the product manufacturer, machine builder or automation supplier, they are all working towards one goal: finding the best way to move vulnerable goods from producer to consumer. Ultimately
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Behind the mask

At the UK’s 2013 Total Processing and Packaging Exhibition Omron showed a ‘smile calibrator’ with OKAO technology designed to measure, compare and even calibrate the smiles of visitors. People were invited to check the quality of their smile and even compare it against that of a friend. This article was featured in the Controls, Drives