Machine > Sensors

Autonomous vehicles from Asseco CEIT — fully equipped with intelligent sensor technology

15 August, 2022

Production and intralogistics complement each other perfectly and are growing together.

Incorporating AI for safer tram operations

05 August, 2022

Trams on the Parramatta Light Rail network will feature a collision warning system that incorporates artificial intelligence (AI) to support drivers.

Sensing the future: IoT and workplace safety

02 August, 2022 by Max Girault, Chief Commercial Officer, Inauro

Regardless of the size of an operation, there is space for technology to improve safety. Sensors and IoT can be invaluable tools in achieving this goal.

GF Piping Systems Ball Valve 543 Pro

08 June, 2022

Designed for applications in the chemical process industry, the Ball Valve 543 Pro features a retrofittable position feedback sensor with an LED display.

Free IO-Link function blocks for parameterization and configuration of sensors and controllers

01 April, 2022

The IO-Link function blocks from Leuze simplify the integration of IO-Link device data in PLC programs. This makes reading and writing device parameters much easier and reduces valuable development effort and time for the user to a minimum.

Keep your pedestrian staff safe from forklifts

11 October, 2021

BodyGuard Solutions' "BodyGuard pedestrian safety warning system" provides an effective solution to minimise or eliminate possibility of incidents involving forklifts and pedestrian workers.

Greater availability of AGVs due to weather-dependent speed adjustment

01 September, 2021

The SICK AGV Dynamic Weather Assist safety system enables continuous operation of automated guided vehicles, even in heavy rain or snowfall.

The next trick: pulling coronavirus out of thin air

01 September, 2021

Thermo Fisher Scientific's AerosolSense Sampler can be used to detect a variety of airborne pathogens, including the coronavirus.

The rise of the cordless machines: safety benefits of a new generation of tools

21 July, 2021 by Tony Cooper, Product Engineer & Asia-Pacific Marketing Manager, Enerpac

Companies in industries with high safety priorities — such as mining — are embracing a whole new generation of powerful, portable and ergonomic tools.

CNC machining: 5 ways to increase it without sacrificing safety

07 July, 2021 by Emily Newton, Editor in Chief, Revolutionized

Computer numerical control (CNC) equipment can boost output in machine shops. Here are five ways to use it without putting people's safety at unnecessary risk.

BodyGuard i-Tag Proximity Warning System: protection around mobile plant

01 July, 2021

The BodyGuard i-Tag Proximity Warning System from BodyGuard Safety Solutions is designed to mitigate the risks that mobile plant pose to those working in its vicinity.

'Super' sensors to make conditions safer for miners

21 June, 2021

A mechanical engineer has designed sensors that can detect early mechanical issues in oil and gas pipelines, making working conditions safer for miners.

Sonar: its time to surface

21 May, 2021 by Leighton Haliday, Director, SonaSafe 20/20

Smarter sensors and better software, delivering increased performance and management capabilities, suggest that sonar technology's time in the sun is now.

COVIDSafe construction: does IoT hold the key?

19 April, 2021 by Daryl Chambers, Director, M2M Connectivity

With construction at the centre of economic recovery efforts, what role can Internet of Things technology play in keeping jobsites operational in a ‘COVIDSafe’ way?

Introducing a New Generation of Safety Laser Scanner — Allen-Bradley SafeZone 3

01 April, 2021

The SafeZone 3 CIP Safety over EtherNet/IP enables Integration of the SafeZone 3 safety laser scanner in a GuardLogix Control System available through NHP.

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