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Forpheus and Dimitrij Ovtcharov train together!

At Hannover Messe, Forpheus’ guest opponent, table tennis champion Dimitrij Ovtcharov, put the robot through its paces. Dimitrij became the world’s number one player in 2017, but perhaps even he can learn something from Forpheus! Especially, as Forpheus has some new tricks to its game that can help its ability as a training robot. Ultimate Hannover Messe Experience Our showcase
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The robots are coming

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. Bruno Adam, our Mobile Business Director Europe, answers how the manufacturing process is evolving and why factories, driven by greater product customisation, will move from traditional
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The future of Autonomous Driving

Next level human-machine harmony Omron’s Driver Monitoring Sensor for autonomous driving has been designed for a future in which a car acts optimally in accordance with the driver’s state – enabling you to move safely and securely. It underlines our vision for a better future society and the role that our advanced technology can play
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Ping Pong Power at Hannover Messe

Our table tennis protégé, Forpheus, is more than just a fun demonstration of some of our current Sensing & Control + THINK technologies. It also illustrates how we are improving the relationship between machines and humans, representing another major step towards our vision of the future. Bringing Sensing & Control + THINK to life Forpheus