Omron

Omron Corporation is a leading industrial automation company that leverages its core sensing & control technologies to expand into businesses, such as control components, electronic components, automotive electronic components, social infrastructure, healthcare, and the environment. Omron was established in 1933, and has around 36,000 global employees, offering products and services in over 110 nations and regions. In the industrial automation business, Omron is contributing to making an affluent society by offering automation technologies which drive innovation in manufacturing as well as products and customer support. For more detail, www.industrial.omron.eu

Omron
Omron Europe B.V.
Wegalaan 67-69
2132 JD Hoofddorp
Netherlands
+31 (0)23 568 13 00
www.industrial.omron.eu
@omroneurope
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Omron releases Sysmac Studio Team Edition with fully integrated Open Source distributed version control system (GIT)

Omron releases Sysmac Studio Team Edition with fully integrated Open Source distributed version control system (GIT). 
(Photo: Omron, PR030)Omron releases Sysmac Studio Team Edition, a major update of its machine development environment, providing machine developers with a fully integrated Open Source distributed version control system.

Omron demonstrates commitment to Industry 4.0

Omron demonstrates commitment to Industry 4.0. (Photo: Omron, PR020)As part of its i-Automation strategy in the Nordic region, Omron is opening a new Nordic Automation Center (NAC) in Malmö, Sweden, and will be attending the Hi Tech & Industry Scandinavia Fair in Herning, Denmark. This follows on from the move to larger offices one year ago, and the opening a Nordic robotic test centre.

Meeting Europe's growth in demand for robotics

Tom Mathias (r), President & CEO Omron Adept Technologies, and Terry Hannon (l), Chief Marketing Officer Omron Adept Technologies, officially open the new production lines. 
(Photo: Omron, PR021)Further growth in demand for Omron's robotics business has been the key driver to install the new production lines at our European state-of-the-art manufacturing site in Den Bosch, the Netherlands. The local production of parallel robots will enable us to focus on improved productivity, rapid response and shorter lead times.

Omron cuts power switching down to size

Omron cuts power switching down to size. The new J7KNU contactor from Omron, which is the smallest device of its type and rating currently available anywhere in Europe, is ideally suited for a wide range of applications where a compact, dependable and easy-to-use power switching solution is needed. Although it measures only 35.5 x 35.5 x 33 mm, the J7KNU contactor has a 2.2 kW AC3 rating and is available in three- and four-pole versions with AC or DC coils and as reversing contactor with mechanical interlock.

Motek 2017: Omron showcases its world of automation

Motek 2017: Omron showcases its world of automation. (Photo: Omron, PR018)At Motek 2017 (Hall 7, stand 7420), Omron is presenting holistic automation solutions from a single source that allow manufacturing companies to achieve sustainable process optimizations in the fields of handling, intralogistics, and manufacturing.

Omron introduces third wave of Factory Automation devices built on a Common Design Platform

DIN Track Terminal Blocks XW5T.OMRON Corp., Kyoto City, introduces its third wave of factory automation (FA) devices built on a Common Design Platform for unified product specification. The new products include Switch Mode Power Supplies, DIN rail Terminal Blocks, Liquid Leakage Sensor Amplifiers, and I/O Relay Terminals.

Omron launches a complete solution for IO-Link

Omron launches a complete solution for IO-Link. (Photos: Omron, PR013)Omron has added a comprehensive range of IO-Link products to its already extensive automation platform, providing users with a convenient and dependable option for implementing complete IO-Link solutions. The new products, which include high performance sensors and versatile IO-Link masters, make it even easier to achieve the productivity and efficiency gains associated with Smart Factory solutions.

Dr. Klaus Kluger becomes new General Manager at Omron Electronics

Dr. Klaus Kluger, new General Manager at Omron Electronics in Langenfeld. (Photo: Omron, PR017)Langenfeld — Omron Electronics, a global leader in the field of industrial automation, has appointed Dr. Klaus Kluger as new General Manager for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Before this appointment, Dr. Kluger was Managing Director Europe and Vice President Business Development of Adept Technology Inc., and later for Omron Adept Technologies Inc.

OMRON releases the new PMAC Programmable Multi-Axis Controllers with performant motion control technology

Left: Programmable Multi-Axis Controller CK3E. Right: Industrial PC Platform NY-series, IPC Multi-Axis Controller NY51_-A.OMRON Corporation announces the global release of its new CK3E Programmable Multi-Axis Controllers and Industrial PC Platform NY51_-A IPC Programmable Multi-Axis Controllers (hereinafter PMAC).

E’ Matteo Cosentino il vincitore della decima edizione dello Smart Project Omron

E’ Matteo Cosentino il vincitore della decima edizione dello Smart Project Omron.Matteo Cosentino dell’IIS Benedetto Castelli ha conquistato il primo posto della competizione organizzata annualmente da Omron per gli studenti del 4° e 5° anno di ITIS e IPSIA.

Omron debut world’s fastest and first 4 arm Delta robot

Omron’s Quattro – the world’s fastest and first 4 arm Delta robot will make its show debut at PPMA 2017.
(Photo: Omron, PR022)With a pick rate of 300 per minute, Omron will debut the world’s fastest and most flexible Delta pick and place robot on stand B34 at PPMA 2017. The only Delta on the market with four arms, the Omron Quattro also offers a larger working envelope and a degree of manipulation not achievable elsewhere. Furthermore, the Quattro is also the only Delta robot which is USDA certified and constructed with materials that are safe for primary food handling, making it more hygienically-advanced than existing robots on the market.

La partita che cambierà il vostro stile di gioco

Alla prossima SPS Italia (Parma, 23-25 maggio 2017) mostreremo come cambieranno i giochi per i produttori di beni. Dimostreremo come le tecnologie di rilevamento e controllo, tipiche dell'automazione, possano, grazie al contributo dell'intelligenza artificiale, abilitare l'innovazione della produzione secondo i paradigmi di Industry 4.0.

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