SAP and Endress+Hauser are to intensify their cooperation in the development of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications for the process industry.
The trend towards personalised food is already in full swing and is set to transform food production.
A digital alliance will use AI, intelligent cloud and IoT solutions — as well as blockchain technology — to help eliminate contaminated grains.
A predictive artificial intelligence model is being trialled by Asahi Shuzo to maintain or even improve its brewing of DASSAI sake.
Owned and developed by Lifecycles, PIQET (Packaging Impact Quick Evaluation Tool) is an easy-to-use tool for comparing the environmental impacts of packaging designs.
OFS-Flow software uses events that occur on and around the production environment to generate the variety of forms needed to record and quality check operations.
A Fraunhofer software solution can simulate a large variety of food technology processes including shaping, homogenising, injection, kneading, pressing and stirring.
Flexible and compatible with a range of manifolds, SMC's modular EX600 serial interface offers a full suite of diagnostics and programmable parameters to meet stringent requirements.
The hybrid safety concept combines both safety I/O and general-purpose I/O in a single, rugged, on-machine, remote I/O device.
In today's marketplace, technology shouldn't be an afterthought but instead it must be an integral part of a company's overall strategy.
Advantech's AIIS product series aimed at vision inspection applications is suitable for food and beverage industry needs.
Manhattan Associates has announced the Manhattan Customer Engagement solution, which has the potential to change the Australian food retail sector by providing more personalised customer experiences.
Industrial automation and robot suppliers ABB and Kawasaki Heavy Industries have announced the world's first cooperation that will focus on collaborative robots, or 'cobots'.
Using a method that dates to the early Egyptians, poultry producers have been using incubators to hatch eggs for more than a century. Now new control systems are set to improve yields 3–5% while energy costs are slashed by 30%.
With its expanded I/O capacity of up to 2060 local I/O, the Microsmart FC6A Plus PLC is said to be able to control and monitor the largest machines or entire small-scale manufacturing facilities.