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Bridging the gap between IT and OT

Bridging the gap between IT and OT
In May of 2019, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced its 100% acquisition of ICONICS. It is a US-headquartered global automation software provider of advanced web-enabled OPC UA and BACnet certified visualisation, analytics, mobile, and IoT software solutions for any energy, manufacturing, industrial or building automation applications.
3rd December 2019

Articulated-arm robot for medium-level applications

Articulated-arm robot for medium-level applications
Mitsubishi Electric is completing its range for robotics beginners and cost-conscious users with the MELFA RV-8CRL articulated arm model, which will be shown for the first time in Europe at SPS 2019. This robot is an addition to the RH-CH Series SCARA robots, which also cater for low-to-medium complexity applications.
28th November 2019

Plymouth and Brunel engineering students win 2019 Design Challenge

Plymouth and Brunel engineering students win 2019 Design Challenge
Student teams from Plymouth University and Brunel University London have been crowned champions of this year’s Design Challenge, organised by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers to encourage young engineers to develop their technical and design skills.
7th November 2019


Enabling the smart-energy future

Enabling the smart-energy future
European Utility Week 2019, taking place in Paris, from 12–14 November, is the meeting point for key players in the Smart Energy sector, where the latest developments in the transition to a fully integrated, low-carbon energy ecosystem will be revealed and discussed. Analog Devices (ADI), on stand Q130 in the Utility Week Exhibition, will showcase the special expertise its technologies can contribute in areas such as smart metering, power quality analysis, and energy storage.
25th October 2019

Siemens introduces Simcenter System Analyst

Siemens introduces Simcenter System Analyst
Siemens Digital Industries Software has announced the immediate availability of Simcenter System Analyst, a collaborative solution that allows for the creation of industry-specific applications to drive system simulation models. Simcenter System Analyst helps deploy system simulations throughout an entire company, expanding model usage to all levels of users, and helping ensure model continuity without changing the internal processes.
25th October 2019

Bringing Windows 10 support programming to Orion motion controllers

Bringing Windows 10 support programming to Orion motion controllers
Intelligent Motion Control (INMOCO) has announced an update to the MotionDesk programming environment for the ORION motion controller from ORMEC. The update to version 3.6 introduces a number of new features, but perhaps importantly brings support for Windows 10, enabling users to take advantage of the increased security for PCs delivered by Microsoft’s current operating system.
9th October 2019

Feature-rich online servo sizing tool for machine builders

Feature-rich online servo sizing tool for machine builders
Kollmorgen has introduced the next generation of Motioneering, the company’s innovative servo sizing tool. Motineering was introduced more than 20 years ago, the first tool of its kind, to help mechanical design engineers find the ideal motion products to build into their machines. 
9th October 2019

Plug-in-for perfect manual assemblies

Plug-in-for perfect manual assemblies
Mitsubishi Electric is offering its Guided Operator Solutions (GOS) as a self-assembly plug and play flexible automated picking system, reportedly making it possible to achieve perfect production line assembly tasks every time.
8th October 2019

Increase production flexibility with better batch management

Increase production flexibility with better batch management
As manufacturers across a broad range of industries look to optimise batch management, ease of control implementation and recipe functionality is a key concern. In-line with this requirement Progea’s Movicon.NExT SCADA software now provides advanced management modules that make it far easier to create and edit complex batch processes.
8th October 2019

Design engineers need a scalable network of small 3D printers

Design engineers need a scalable network of small 3D printers
3D printing is already revolutionising the world of design engineering and manufacturing, from aerospace through to the automotive and medical industries. Yet many UK companies, especially small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), are still reluctant to adopt this technology, often due to cost. This is where scalability comes in. Here Chris Elsworthy, MD and Lead Mechanical Engineer, CEL-UK explains why a scalable network of small 3D printers is what today's design engineers need.
26th September 2019


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