Hannover Messe 2017: “More attendees, more solutions, more international!”

Making the benefits of digitalization tangible – that was the declared objective of HANNOVER MESSE 2017. After five action-packed days at the world’s leading...

fleXstructures GmbH wins ROBOTICS AWARD 2017

The jury’s verdict is in: fleXstructures GmbH (Kaiserlautern, Germany) is the winner of the ROBOTICS AWARD 2017 and has received its prize with all...

Huawei Showcases Latest ICT Innovations with Partners at HANNOVER MESSE 2017

At HANNOVER MESSE 2017 which kicks off today, Huawei is showcasing its full suite of capabilities based on open platforms to drive digital transformation...

Komatsu’s self-driving dump truck doesn’t even have a cab

Despite the dream of the self-driving car, most autonomous vehicles still have a steering wheel, giving passengers the option to take control at a moments notice. Komatsu's latest dump truck is a bit different -- it doesn't even have a cab for a human operator to sit in. The company calls it the Komatsu Innovative Autonomous Haulage Vehicle. It's a 2,700 horsepower autonomous truck designed to increase productivity by taking drivers out of the equation. Specifically, the company is trying to eliminate the three-point turn by developing a vehicle that doesn't need to see where it's going.

Wood innovation looks beyond sawmilling to nail manufacturing process

PRINCIPLES from the automotive, mining and paper industries have helped develop a machine to convert cheap pulpwood into a premium product with the same properties as tropical hardwood.

Ingersoll Rand Selected for the 2016 Dow Jones Sustainability World and North America Indices...

Ingersoll Rand (NYSE:IR), a world leader in creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments, has been named to the 2016 Dow Jones Sustainability World and North America Indices for a sixth consecutive year. Continued placement on this index series showcases the company’s position as an economic, environmental and social leader among peer companies.

FLIR Releases Major Upgrades to A35/A65 Thermal Imaging Temperature Sensors

FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) is proud to introduce its improved, more versatile A35 and A65 thermal imaging temperature sensors for continuous automated processes. With a more robust design, ten field of few options, and extended temperature ranges, the A35 and A65 provide enhanced features at a better price. The A35/A65 models are also the only thermal imaging temperature sensors on the market to provide standard compatibility with GigE Vision image transfer and GenICam.

JSP invests in new ARPRO® Capacity

As a consequence of very strong growth and projected further growth, JSP will invest in additional ARPRO® capacity.

NIWeek: Tablet-based augmented reality helps predictive maintenance for pumps

Sensors on critical pumps can feed a system to help technicians or operators identify when failures are pending and improve energy efficiency. A major U.S. refinery will host a pilot pump diagnostic project, similar to an NIWeek 2016 stage demonstration held on Aug. 2. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) demo highlighted collaboration among Flowserve, PTC ThingWorx, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and National Instruments. It builds on a 2016 NIWeek augmented reality demo using a highly instrumented mountain bike.