There is a paradigm shift currently under way at SICK in the field of sensor and system solutions for using robots safely and efficiently.
Safe 3D environment perception opens up new dimensions.
safeVisionary2 allows safe three-dimensional environment perception that you can use to increase the safety and efficiency of your applications.
Production and intralogistics complement each other perfectly and are growing together.
The SICK AGV Dynamic Weather Assist safety system enables continuous operation of automated guided vehicles, even in heavy rain or snowfall.
SICK has a comprehensive portfolio of support services and a range of products that can adapt to varying automation and ease-of-use requirements.
SICK offers its modular Eco-System for AGCs — with sensor solutions that make autonomous vehicles safe and efficient tools for enhanced intralogistical productivity.
Three tried-and-proven products from SICK assume the safety tasks in the various machine variants of the "Electric" from BalTec.
Following its transition to outdoor safety, SICK has outlined how best to implement its outdoor safety laser scanner, outdoorScan3, in many applications.
SICK has developed a wealth of knowledge regarding the successful application of Safety Laser Scanner technology; in this guide you will find below expert advice to assist you with successful implementation of this technology.
The data-based, networked, and autonomous value creation chain in production and logistics is the culmination of recent technological innovation.
Hollow shaft, multiturn, safety: the new motor feedback systems in the SES/SEM product family from SICK.
With the help of safety laser scanners, a machinery engineer has ensured the safe operation of a robot on an injection moulding machine.
Outdoor industrial environments are constantly changing and to ensure that changes are always detected, SICK has designed its Visionary-B sensors with two eyes, in the form of horizontally offset lenses.
Human-robot collaboration (HRC) describes a work scenario in which humans and automated machines share a workspace.