Why implement robots in the industry?

Implementing robot in the day-to-day work in factories we usually think or believe that it is difficult or that costs are high.

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Dewpoint, the silent enemy

​Dewpoint is known as the "silent enemy" in the industry due to its ability to cause significant damage to equipment and processes without being detected in a timely manner.

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Smart Factories in Industry 4.0

The manufacturing processes we knew 20 years ago are now obsolete. Technology advances to help us refine the production process, and it is from this innovation that the concept of smart factories comes out.

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Controlled annealing of plastic parts

Modern plastics are true high-tech products that replace traditional materials in more and more areas. 
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​Did you reduce production downtime and costs while increasing safety?

​Maintenance, whether corrective or preventive, usually causes costs related to production stops, the intervention of electrical technicians and the deterioration of electrical equipment.

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OEE: Overall Equipment Effectiveness: How to Improve Industrial Productivity

When we focus on improving the performance of our industrial processes we always pay special attention to data, but data is of no use to us if we do not know how to interpret them.

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Next level: Automation in machine tools using mobile robots

Small quantities, great complexity and all this as quickly as possible. The individual wishes of each client pose challenges to industrial companies, to which is added a shortage of specialists and the increase in prices in the matter and services. 

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Intelligent components for machine optimisation

The goal of Industry 4.0 is above all to achieve, with the support of digital advances and automation, a high-performance factory and production type, adaptable to changing market demands. This includes many technologies and, as centerpieces, what are known as intelligent components.
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​What is an RTD?

Temperature measurement in machines and other industrial processes is one of the key control variables used to ensure the quality of products manufactured in different segments of the industry..

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What is Digital Transformation?

Think of Digital Transformation as a 'general term' that captures everything we see happening in modern business today," "This includes all the intangible ideas of Industry 4.0 that make up a mindset, and then all the tangible things like IIoT, hardware and software.

Control of energy leaks in industries

Although compressed air is one of the most expensive energy resources in companies, experience shows that there are huge energy losses in this sector..

How to build a sustainable data backbone for industrial IoT

The modern economy is based on data. Since every decision a company makes is driven by data, in many ways, data is the backbone of modern businesses

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Motion Control: Benefits in Industry 4.0

Technology is often associated with the pursuit of excellence. The improvement of products and services, the reduction of costs and the optimization of times are some of the reasons that explain the reason for the existence of new types of systems such as Motion Control in the industry.

Interoperability: the cornerstone of an electrified future

The electric revolution is here. That means energy systems must be more flexible to maintain energy, manage costs and reduce carbon footprint. And getting there requires elements of our energy infrastructure to work together: at home, at work, and in our communities. 

PLC vs. PC: Which is better for industrial automation?

PLCs have existed since the 1970s. The original PLCs were single-chip devices. They were designed to replace decision-making, wired relays and timers with a user-created software program that makes the required decisions.

How to identify energy waste with key electrical charge monitoring systems?

Reducing and conserving energy costs is now an important focus in construction operations. Both new and existing buildings are looking for new ways to reduce energy consumption and stop using grid energy.

Turbochargers, save big.

Industrial turbochargers are compressed air producers that are frequently used in industries such as automotive, steel, glass and textile production.

Sensors, safety and machine vision for AGV and robotics.

Datasensing has been developing new detection, inspection, measurement and safety solutions for automated guided vehicles (AGVs) and robotics.

Measuring the efficiency of air compressors

Measuring compressor efficiency is an important aspect in the industry, as compressors are used in various applications to compress air or gases.