The Australian Lamb Company plans to improve efficiency and accuracy at its meat processing facility by installing a meat buffer storage and handling solution from Dematic.
Epson T series SCARA robots lower the barriers to automation and are suitable for automating simple material handling tasks.
In the food and beverage sector, the warehouse is an important component in efficient supply chains, and gaining control of inventory is a core issue facing manufacturers.
A California vineyard installed automated laser technology which almost entirely eradicated the bird problem and resulted in a yearly cost saving of US$25,000.
NHP customises integrated solutions and brings to life secure technologies that automate production, control power and manage energy.
As part of the automation and major expansion of its Auckland distribution centre, Coca-Cola Amatil is installing an automated robot-based order picking system.
The KUKA Agilus Hygienic Machine's (Agilus HM) design and materials allow it to be used in applications that involve direct contact with fresh food and even pharmaceutical substances.
Smarter than traditional 'pick and place' robots, a newly developed robo-picker prototype can decide how to pick items up, what they are and where to put them.
Bosch Australia has collaborated with Monash University on a new ag-tech facility which aims to address the challenges faced by the agriculture sector using new techniques such as automated harvesting, sensing networks and driverless vehicles.
Honeywell's enterprise-ready tablet, the ScanPal EDA70, provides workers with real-time connectivity for business-critical applications and efficient data capture capabilities.
A new generation of robots is on the verge of making the breakthrough in the food and beverage industry: the cobots.
Robotic technology will transform the forklift industry, causing a colossal transfer of value from human-provided driving services towards spending on autonomous industrial material handling machines, thus fuelling an industry revenue boom far exceeding recent growth trends.
The Toyota SWE120XR walkie reach stacker with retractable mast combines the compact size of a stacker with the flexibility of a reach truck.
Andrew Donald Design Engineering (ADDE) has developed the Zero Footprint Palletiser, which is the first end-of-line automated palletising system for Australian standard pallets. It incorporates the UR10 robot to create a collaborative and flexible palletiser.
The automatic changeover makes the Tavil multiformat box forming machine ready to work in less than 4 s with different box designs and/or different box sizes pre-loaded into the system.