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Cobots Increase CNC productivity and quality – and protect workers

CNC manufacturing setups are some of the most widely automated industrial processes. They often involve exactly the kinds of repetitive tasks that are ideal for robots, which can work at higher speed ... 

EtherCAT Technology Group now offers vendor-independent diagnosis interface

The EtherCAT Technology Group (ETG) has specified a new vendor-independent diagnosis interface, which allows third-party tools to access diagnostic information from EtherCAT networks. The software-... 

Continuous thermal imaging prevents breakouts and improves the process

Steel breakouts are catastrophic process failures that are both extremely dangerous and costly. Monitoring the health of ladles and torpedoes using thermal imaging can greatly minimise the risk but a ... 
Plant Monitoring & Control

Showcasing Coventry and Warwickshire’s latest technology takes shape

An interactive event designed to show Coventry and Warwickshire businesses how the latest technology can work side by side with employees took place at Fanuc's UK HQ yesterday.

“The Fourth ... 


Can apprenticeships solve the manufacturing skills gap?

It’s no secret that the manufacturing industry is experiencing a skills shortage. With demand growing and manufacturing being seen as a key industry for the UK following Brexit, one way that ... 

3.2MHz, Automotive Grade Quad 1A Step-Down Regulators + LDO Reduces Footprint & EMI

UK businesses invited to showcase event to explore opportunities in robotics and artificial intelligence

Analog Devices announces the Power by Linear ADP5138, automotive qualified, high efficiency, 3.2MHz synchronous quad output buck regulators, incorporating a unique fixed frequency, peak current mode,... 
The innovation group, Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) has today [Monday 19th November] announced details of an industrial showcase event focused on robotics and artificial intelligence (RAI).

The ... 

A robot would be better at decision making than my boss – say a third of UK employees

One in three (34%) employees believe a robot would be better at decision making than their boss if it had access to the right business intelligence. This is according to the new Advanced Trends ... 

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