Omron demonstrates integrated solutions to improve Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) at ALL4PACK Paris

Flexible production line demonstration features OMRON’s new i4 SCARA robot with the world’s first built-in signals for preventive maintenance to reduce downtime.

At the international tradeshow for packaging and logistics ALL4PACK in Paris (26-29 November), Omron Industrial Automation will showcase fully simulated flexible production environments featuring the company’s integrated automation solutions designed to help turn today’s manufacturing facilities into the factories of the future (booth 6 S 122).

One of the highlights on the booth is a flexible and integrated production line demonstration, a typical example of a manufacturer’s request to easily perform customization of products, depending up on specific customer requests. This demonstration combines a mobile robot that autonomously brings and picks up pallets to and from the cell, with a feeding solution that includes a vision system for locating the parts, and a pick and place robot to fill the pallets. In this demo, Omron also showcases the new i4 SCARA robot that can visualize working data and supervise its status with the world’s first built-in signals for preventive maintenance, allowing users to mitigate unplanned downtime.

Stéphane Chômienne, General Manager at Omron Electronics SAS, explains: “Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is a top priority for manufacturers. This is why our innovative solutions are aimed at optimizing performance, availability, and quality to improve OEE. By defining what relevant data is needed, where and how to collect, visualize and interpret it, we aim to collect the right input to be able to automate adjustments, even without human intervention. We bring data from the floor, into action, and to the cloud.”

Stéphane Chômienne concludes: “We are dedicated to offering solutions that will enable food & beverage, cosmetics and pharmaceutical manufacturers to go on a joint journey step-by-step to flexible production. Omron is uniquely positioned to assist manufacturers and their OEM's on this journey, having the technology and complete solutions for these changes, as well as continuously developing new innovations such as the new i4 robot family.'

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About 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 117 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,

About "innovative-Automation!"

As a leader in industrial automation, Omron has extensive lines of control components and equipment, ranging from image-processing sensors and other input devices to various controllers and output devices such as servo motors, as well as a range of safety devices and industrial robots. By combining these devices via software, Omron has developed a variety of unique and highly effective automation solutions for manufacturers worldwide. Based on its reservoir of advanced technologies and comprehensive range of devices, Omron set forth a strategic concept called "innovative-Automation!" consisting of three innovations or "i's"--"integrated" (control evolution), "intelligent" (development of intelligence by ICT), and "interactive" (new harmonization between people and machines). Omron is now committed to bringing innovation to manufacturing sites by materializing this concept.

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Flexible production line demonstration features OMRON’s new i4 SCARA robot. 
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