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Omron Electronics

Opal Drive
Fox Milne
Milton Keynes
MK15 0DG
United Kingdom

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Putting artificial intelligence at the edge

Patricia Torres explains how food and beverage manufacturers could benefit from the latest machine control technology. FULL STORY...

Breakfast Briefing: Safe Remediation and Modification of Machinery

When upgrading machinery in a production facility, it is important to ensure all current legislation is adhered to from a safety perspective. Join the FDF to hear about the process of modifying existing machinery and how to reduce the risk to both employers and employees. 14th February, Milton Keynes. FULL STORY...

Industry 4.0: accepting the need for change

Suzanne Gill looks at the importance of automation and Industry 4.0 technologies for the food and beverage processing sector, and finds out what is driving industry forward with adoption and what is holding it back. FULL STORY...

Omron debut world’s fastest and first 4 arm Delta robot

With a pick rate of 300 per minute, Omron will debut the world’s fastest and most flexible Delta pick and place robot on stand B34 at PPMA 2017. The only Delta on the market with four arms, the Omron Quattro also offers a larger working envelope and a degree of manipulation not achievable elsewhere. FULL STORY...

Innovative use of automation paves the way for indoor food production

Automation solutions and a future-proofed control system are helping to make vertical framing a viable proposition for food production. Food Processing reports. FULL STORY...

Appetite for Engineering 2017: The countdown has started

To both inspire and educate engineers working across the food and beverage sector about the benefits of automation technologies, this year's Appetite for Engineering event will be taking place at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) at Ansty Park in Coventry on 19th October. Suzanne Gill reports. FULL STORY...

Remote monitoring of production energy use

Energy consumption is a major cost for food manufacturers and, for smaller companies in particular, measuring (and regulating) the energy consumed by specific pieces of equipment can be a challenge. FULL STORY...

Track and trace from farm to fork

Robert Brooks examines how automation in the food and beverage production supply chain can help to deliver increased visibility and traceability. FULL STORY...

What you don’t measure you can’t monitor!

Dan Rossek believes that end users should take a holistic approach to energy management. He says that, to fully understand and optimise the overall energy consumption within a manufacturing plant, it is vital to monitor energy usage. FULL STORY...

Transparent-object detection

Omron has introduced a transparent-object sensor specifically designed for use in the food & beverage industry. Offering better detection of objects such as glass bottles, PET bottles, transparent trays or packaging film, the E3S-DB is said to take transparent object sensing to the next level.FULL STORY...

Omron's Integrated Packaging Solutions at PPMA

At this year’s PPMA, automation expert Omron showcased its integrated automation solutions that provided the packaging industry with flexible, efficient and cost-effective ways of addressing the ever-increasing competitive and regulatory pressures it facesFULL STORY...

Seeing transparent bottles clearly

Dependable and stable detection of PET bottles, even those with thin walls and complex shapes, is said to be easy to achieve with new-generation E3ZM-B sensors from OmronFULL STORY...


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