Omron Adept has unveiled its latest industrial mobile robot designed to boost productivity in factories throughout Australia.
Clients and key staff members were given a sneak peek at the self-navigating Lynx Mobile Autonomous Indoor Vehicle (AIV) at special demonstrations in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane late last year – before its official launch next month.
IO-Link is the first international standardized (IEC 61131-9) I/O interface technology, for the communication between sensors/actuators and the I/O terminal. It functions by collecting I/O data, diagnostics and parameter information from sensors and actuators, through the IO-Link Master and feeding it through a fieldbus network, to a host controller. This enables communication of the whole system, reducing time needed for maintenance and commissioning. It constantly communicates at the sensor level, offering a better future of communication and enhancing the value of manufacturing. IO-Link is not just another fieldbus though, it a series of simple point-to-point connections to field devices, designed to replace field wiring.
Late last year Omron Electronics, a Japanese giant specialising in industrial automation, acquired a 100 percent stake in Adept Robotics – the largest supplier of industrial robots in the US.
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Omron Brisbane held a successful seminar on the 2nd of December to introduce Omron’s new 1S Servo system as well as showcasing Omron Delta and mobile robot technology at their Queensland office. The seminar was very well attended, with attendees coming from many well-known end user companies and integration service providers.
Omron Electronics are proud to release its state-of-the-art servo technology, the 1S AC Servo System. Developed to allow machine developers complete control and management from a single environment, this servo series is available worldwide and complies with global safety standards. With the increasing demands for high quality production this servo is designed to meet machine requirements, offering optimized setup and installation, enhancing machine design and productivity.
Omron electronics are proud to announce the release of their new entry level controller NX1P designed for small to midsize production machines. Based on Sysmac (System for Machine Automation Control) platform, this easy to use high performance controller features advanced motion control and networking for onsite IoT.
Following the Guinness World Record Certification for the world’s first table tennis tutor (FORPHEUS), Omron Japan exhibited in Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC) which is an annual tradeshow in Japan, under the theme of ‘Sensing & Control + Think’. This tradeshow is Japan’s largest IT & Electronics exhibition providing a platform for companies all over the world to demonstrate their cutting-edge technologies. For which Omron showcased FORPHEUS featuring its state-of-the-art artificial intelligence (AI) as well as introducing Omron’s latest technologies designed to bring robotics and humans closer together.
On Friday the 28th of October, Omron Sydney hosted a successful seminar to introduce its new 1S Servo Technology System and NX1P entry level controller. About 40 existing and new customers from around Sydney happily attended. The day started with complimentary breakfast followed by introduction to this new servo system from Omron’s senior robotics engineer, David Pratt.