Omron Automation Americas, a provider of end-to-end solutions for industrial automation, will display its latest innovations at the upcoming NAIAS AutoMobili-D event in Detroit this January
HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., Jan. 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Industrial automation solutions provider Omron Automation Americas will showcase its wide-ranging technology portfolio for the automotive industry at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) AutoMobili-D event on January 14-17 at Cobo Center in Detroit.
Omron's solutions help manufacturers boost productivity and flexibility while minimizing downtime and warranty costs and also help manage recalls more effectively.
Omron's multiple areas of expertise – including traceability, flexible manufacturing and mobility – will be featured in three demos. The traceability demo will mimic an automated manufacturing process using the Omron's Sysmac machine automation platform, components laser etched with the Omron's Laser Marker and several key traceability products, including an RFID reader/writer, the compact yet powerful MicroHAWK barcode readers for 2D optical code recognition and the FH Series Vision System for advanced color inspection and error-proofing. The demo will showcase solutions that can help manufacturers improve process control and product quality, keep the impact of recalls as small as possible, and ensure part traceability in challenging environments.
Data collected throughout the traceability demo will be stored to a database, manipulated and visualized in a dashboard for high level tracking and trending. Visuals can be easily manipulated to meet user requirements, and data can be easily exchanged with cloud-based systems or in-house databases. Improved data visualization and exchange helps manufacturers keep better tabs on the status of their flexible production lines.
The company's popular LD series of mobile robots will also be on display at the event. These robots provide a unique and innovative solution for manufacturers seeking to add flexibility to their production lines without needing to rearrange heavy and cumbersome conveyors. Capable of self-navigating through dynamic and peopled ... find out more