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Demonstration of 5G potential for robotic control at Davos

During the World Economic Forum 2020 in Davos, ABB and Ericsson, together with Swisscom, demonstrated the potential of no-latency communication enabled by 5G for robotic control. At the Congress Center in Davos, Switzerland, an ABB YuMi collaborative robot carved a message in a sandbox that was replicated at the same time by a second YuMi … Continue reading Demonstration of 5G potential for robotic control at Davos

ECD Triton DO82 Optical Dissolved Oxygen Analyser

The ECD Triton DO82 Optical Dissolved Oxygen Analyser is a complete solution for long term dissolved oxygen measurements in waste water aeration basins, aquaculture and all types of environmental water. The DO82 optical dissolved oxygen sensor uses fluorescence quenching to determine the oxygen concentration in water. The use of this optical method minimises maintenance, increases … Continue reading ECD Triton DO82 Optical Dissolved Oxygen Analyser

Energy chains versus motor cable drums

Exploring the advantages and disadvantages of two industrial energy supply systems with Treotham Automation. Whenever design engineers have to guide hoses and power and data cables in moving applications with long travels (more than 100 metres), the question arises of which energy supply system is the most efficient, especially considering such factors as reliability, maintainability, … Continue reading Energy chains versus motor cable drums

ICP Electronics Australia presents ICP DAS UA-2241M IIoT communication server

ICP Australia has introduced the ICP DAS UA-2241M IIoT communication server with 2 Ethernet ports. UA-2241M is a new member of IIoT (Industrial IoT) communication servers developed by ICP DAS. The built-in OPC UA Server, MQTT Broker and Client functions meet the requirements of connecting with MES, ERP, and SCADA. UA series could access I/O … Continue reading ICP Electronics Australia presents ICP DAS UA-2241M IIoT communication server

ARENA funds second large scale energy-from-waste plant in WA

Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced $18 million in recoupable grant funding to develop Australia’s second large scale energy-from-waste plant in Western Australia. The $511 million plant will be located in the Rockingham Industrial Zone, 40km south of Perth where it will reduce waste currently going to landfill and generate dispatchable electricity for the … Continue reading ARENA funds second large scale energy-from-waste plant in WA