South Australian-based machine builders HMPS was recently commissioned to design and automate a complete system for a flatbread producer Four different-sized flatbreads needed to be packed in five different-sized stacks. This needed to be done to fit the customer’s existing carton range and the application required a cycle rate of up to 110 packs per … Continue reading Robotic case packer offers flexibility for production lines
The Australian National University (ANU) has announced a major 10-year program to drive an artificial intelligence revolution in Australia. The expansion will be led by one of the world’s top technologists Professor Genevieve Bell and will be based within the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science. Professor Bell recently joined ANU from Intel as … Continue reading Long-term plan for AI revolution in Oz
The University of Sydney has launched a new research centre in partnership with robotics company Ubtech Robotics to explore untapped opportunities in Artificial Intelligence (AI). Established by the University’s Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies, the Ubtech Sydney Artificial Intelligence Centre will bring together a multidisciplinary team of researchers dedicated to undertaking innovative research to … Continue reading Sydney Uni teams up with Ubtech for AI research centre
Diverseco, an Australian integrated measurement, packaging and product inspection solutions provider, has announced its acquisition of Robot Technologies/Systems Australia (RTA).
Thai investment in robotics and automation is rising steadily, but the country is leaving nothing to chance in its efforts to modernise, recently announcing several new incentives in an attempt to speed up its industrial modernisation.
Maxon motor has released two new motors to their range.
Gartner Names Schneider Electric a Leader in Magic Quadrant for Advanced Distribution Management Systems
Schneider Electric is named a leader for two consecutive years and scores the highest in 3 out of 3 Use Cases for Critical Capabilities for Advanced Distribution Management Systems.
The Swisslog brand will be preserved and the two companies will pursue the food, warehouse and wholesale segments.
The terminal is designed to provide machine builders new options in the size, functionality and connectivity of their graphic terminals.
Australia’s manufacturing sector of tomorrow will involve creativity, innovation and higher value products.
The following technologies will play a major role in the evolution of automation in the manufacturing sector. Paul Miller explains.
Okuma Australia has secured a distribution agreement for Australia and New Zealand with Belgium robotics company, Robojob.
What manufacturers are looking to get from their robots on the factory floor.