Americold's cold and frozen storage DC in Arndell Park, NSW has implemented a fully automated advanced voice picking system from Dematic.
SICK's SOPASair application is able to configure more than 80 of SICK's sensor product families, as well as prepare them for industrial use in factory, logistics and process automation.
Forklift truck and warehouse equipment supplier the KION Group has announced it will acquire automation and supply chain optimisation supplier Dematic for approximately US$2.1 billion.
The Kollmorgen SFD3 (Smart Feedback Device; 3rd Generation) single servo cable system combines single-cable technology with robust resolver feedback.
Emerson Process Management has introduced the Enardo 850/950 series of wirelessly monitored pressure vacuum relief valves.
Dematic has announced the acquisition of NDC Automation, a provider of automated guided vehicles (AGVs) and software in Australia and New Zealand.
Motion Technologies has available Haydon Kerk's WGS Wide Guide Screw linear slide.
A Japanese farm will replace farm workers with robots, producing 50,000 lettuces per day while dramatically reducing labour, energy and water costs.
The limitless exchange of manufacturing, product and logistics data supports better decisions and complete transparency across the value chain. Greater resource efficiency depends largely on the equipment that supplies this data: intelligent sensors.
Businesses in the meat processing industry are turning to automation to capitalise on the surge in demand for beef exports.
Upgrading its voice technology will enable Galipo Foods to increase its annual throughput by 80%.
PepsiCo has received two awards at the 2015 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards for its broad-ranging supply chain project at The Smith's Snackfood Company.
Israel Aerospace Industries has introduced the RCMS, an autonomous solution for container management and storage in ports.
Egg processor Cascina Italia has installed a collaborative robot solution that prepares boxes on the packaging facility production line.
Good news for farmers, bad news for kids: the production of broccoli could soon be easier and cheaper thanks to 3D camera technology.