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Smart factories reshaping the face of manufacturing

By: Schalk Burger     21st September 2018 Advanced manufacturing technologies, connectivity and analytics are helping factories to become integrated, intelligent, adaptable and efficient, says Japanese-based industrial technology multinational Omron South Africa GM and sub-Saharan Africa head Victor Marques. This global trend is mirrored... 

Quality Inspection for the Food and Beverage packaging lines

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th September 2018 Quality inspection is critical in all manufacturing and packaging lines, especially in the Food and Beverage sector. Being able to catch a defective product before the products are shipped to customers in retail can bring significant savings in both time and money, preventing expensive product... 

Omron focusing on aiding farmers

10th August 2018 Since early 2017, Japanese electronics company Omron has focused on providing solutions for the agricultural industry’s demand for technology and automation with the SX series of compact inverters, which is well suited for pumping applications, namely irrigation, that require smooth flow and... 

OMRON to Introduce New i4 SCARA Product Family

19th June 2018 Top of the line SCARA in speed and precision is designed for easy integration into the production line with predictive maintenance functions Omron Industrial, Johannesburg. South Africa. 

Innovation and Intelligence for the Factory of the Future

7th June 2018 How adaptive algorithms are creating new ways to optimize production Omron Industrial, Johannesburg. South Africa 

Data and the smart machine revolution

24th April 2018 How can manufacturing efficiency be improved? Any significant optimization of production lines is getting increasingly difficult to achieve. Bringing smarter automation into the workplace offers an innovative solution, but it all starts with data. Immense amounts of data. Omron Industrial,... 

Autonomous food robots move with the times

9th April 2018 Manufacturers in the food and drink sector are increasingly asked to provide a wider variety of offerings, without suffering a decrease in productivity. These demands have dramatically increased both the amount, and complexity, of tests. Bruno Adam, Omron’s Mobile Projects Director Europe... 

Autonomous food robots move with the times

20th February 2018 Manufacturers in the food and drink sector are increasingly asked to provide a wider variety of offerings, without suffering a decrease in productivity. These demands have dramatically increased both the amount, and complexity, of tests. Bruno Adam, Omron’s Mobile Projects Director Europe... 

PROINSO partners with OMRON to launch TURNSOLE, the fully-integrated single axis solar tracking system

27th September 2017 PROINSO, the leading global distributor, integrator and technology company in the solar market, has partnered with the Japanese conglomerate OMRON to develop a fully integrated solar tracking system.  Leveraging significant combined experience in tracker development and power electronics,... 

Omron Introduces Their Third Wave Of Factory Automation (Fa) Devices Which Are Built On A Common Design Platform

7th September 2017 Omron Industrial, Johannesburg. South Africa. OMRON recently introduced its third wave of factory automation (FA) devices which are built on a Common Design Platform for the creation of unified product specifications. The new product range includes Switch Mode Power Supplies, DIN rail Terminal... 

Omron to fly Sysmac motion solutions flag at KITE 2017

3rd May 2017 Omron will showcase its flagship Sysmac motion solutions, incorporating robotic and visual inspection control, at the Kwazulu-Natal Industrial Technology Exhibition (KITE) from 26 to 28 July at the Durban Exhibition Centre in Durban. The exhibition is perceived as a major platform for Omron’s... 

Omron to fly Sysmac motion solutions flag at KITE 2017

3rd May 2017 Omron will showcase its flagship Sysmac motion solutions, incorporating robotic and visual inspection control, at the Kwazulu-Natal Industrial Technology Exhibition (KITE) from 26 to 28 July at the Durban Exhibition Centre in Durban. The exhibition is perceived as a major platform for Omron’s... 

Latest EtherCat solutions, IOT devices from Omron take centre stage at African Automation Fair 2017

6th April 2017 Omron’s EtherCat solutions and Internet of Things (IOT) devices will take centre stage at the African Automation Fair (AAF) from 6 to 8 June 2017 at Ticketpro Dome in North Riding, Johannesburg. In particular, a new IOT EtherCat module will be launched. There will also be a strong emphasis on... 

Embrace automation to stay ahead, advises Omron

By: Kim Cloete     27th February 2017 South African companies will increasingly need to embrace automation and rapidly expanding technologies to maintain their global competitiveness, says Omron Electronics Country GM Victor Marques. “The world is moving fast in this direction and developing countries like South Africa will need to... 

Compact, unified factory automation range means design simplicity for panel builders

31st January 2017 A smaller, standard component height across all of Omron’s family of factory automation (FA) control devices allows for standardised wiring ducts and component placement, thereby optimising space. A standardised, unified design also means design simplicity for panel builders. The complete Omron... 

Electronics company boasts unique PID inverter

By: Sascha Solomons     27th January 2017 Global electronics company Omron says the Omron KP100L photovoltaic (PV) inverter has the unique distinction of being the only potential induced degradation (PID) preventive inverter on the market. “The importance of this has been recognised in recent years, owing to the introduction of increased... 

New best-in-class industrial robots launched this year

By: Nadine James     10th June 2016 Industrial automation solutions supplier Omron launched 49 new best-in-class Adept Robots in April. The robots – now available in 39 countries; including South Africa –  are integrated with Omron sensors, safety components and machine automation controllers that were all designed to simplify the... 

New temperature controller launched

By: Jonathan Rodin     25th April 2014 Electronics company Omron launched its new E5C temperature controller on to the South African market last year, says Omron sales manager Alistair Kay. The temperature controller, which was designed in Japan and ismanufactured in China, includes Omron’s proportional-integral-derivative control, a... 

New image processing improves on speed and accuracy

By: Jonathan Rodin     14th March 2014 Electronics company Omron launched its new Shape Search III image-processing technology last year, which is ten times faster than its predecessors, says Omron vision manager Philip Potgieter. He explains that the Shape Search III software is used on the FH/FZ5 series controller, which is the... 

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