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OMRON

April 9, 2018

At the upcoming Hannover Messe from 23 to 27 April we will support the event’s theme of Connect & Collaborate by demonstrating our capability to innovate the future of manufacturing. You will be able to experience our technology supporting flexible robotic cells, data acquisition, data intelligence and AI realizing agile mass customization cells that shifts manufacturing from 'build to sell' to 'made for me''.

A practical demonstration of the future of manufacturing

We will show how robots and machines can interact seamlessly to allow production runs to be easily and quickly altered to allow for fluctuating lot sizes. This enables production lines to be quickly adapted to changes in demand or to run specific designs with the highest efficiency.

Technology of the future

In addition to the factory of the future, we will also be demonstrating innovations in artificial intelligence systems including the latest generation of our Forpheus table tennis tutor and our autonomous vehicle driver monitoring sensor.

The latest version of Forpheus includes additional functions including the ability to serve, predict a smash and even communicate for a more immersive and enjoyable experience. And the driver monitoring sensor for autonomous vehicles, combines AI and sensing technology to determine the driver’s ability to take control of the vehicle.

We look forward to meeting you at Hannover Messe so you can experience our capability to innovate the future of manufacturing.

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