Take advantage of the quality and reliability of our solutions for your most demanding manufacturing environments. Omron’s innovative and scalable solutions encompass input, output, logic, control, vision, safety, motion, robotics and more. Artificial Intelligence solutions help address customer demands regarding reliable product quality and predictive maintenance.
Whether you’re seeking to optimize your processes for assembly, powertrain, stamping or forming, battery or another key vehicle component, from inspection and traceability to intralogistics and assembly, Omron has the expertise and complete technology portfolio to maximize productivity.
17 June, 2021 Cisel is an Italian company that specialises in the design and production of flexible printed circuit boards (PCBs) for the automotive, civil engineering and manufacturing industries. The company recently chose an OMRON TM5 collaborative robot (cobot) to automate the electrical testing of boards used in the power steering system of a leading automotive manufacturer.
03 June, 2021 Collaborative robots (cobots) are being used more and more extensively, in a range of different industries and across a wide variety of applications. They can make a significant difference to the efficiency and productivity of the production cycle. One company that is enjoying such benefits is LITMAT SpA.
05 June, 2020 Imagine the city center of a modern metropolis in 2030: a multitude of unmanned, electrically-powered vehicles driving swiftly and silently through the streets. These vehicles sense traffic lights and other road signs and make decisions using artificial intelligence. They avoid people, who unexpectedly cross their path. They detect and avoid dangerous situations before they occur. And they contribute to everyone’s health and safety. But what happens if the associated electrical systems fail? Omron is already addressing this problem today.
14 May, 2020 Danish gear manufacturer, Fischer Gears, has boosted the competitiveness of its production process - especially on larger series – by installing two OMRON TM robots.
28 April, 2020 Intelligent robots and sophisticated design are helping Toyota to achieve a higher level of efficiency at its new warehouse in Sydney, Australia.
Integrated data control, motion control and machine vision for next-generation automotive production line
24 April, 2020 A leading manufacturer of premium air brake actuators needed to replace an original production line with a new one that would deliver a fully assembled product on a rapid timetable using cutting-edge automation equipment.
29 January, 2021 The European automotive industry is facing strong competition from Asia, as well as the economic challenges of the pandemic. It needs to develop innovative, future-proof strategies and technologies that will boost both efficiency and sustainability. Tony Seba from Stanford University believes that by 2025, no more new vehicles with (pure) combustion engines will be sold and there will be a move towards battery or hydrogen-powered fuel cells. Meanwhile, the industry faces falling sales, increasingly strict emissions regulations, new technologies, digitisation and changing consumer needs. Companies must respond by converting their production lines; becoming more agile; and introducing innovations that provide a competitive edge.
01 May, 2020 What can European automotive companies do to future-proof their production lines, especially in relation to battery manufacturing? Robotics, automated quality control and artificial intelligence (AI) can help companies to tackle the strong competition they are facing from Asia.
05 February, 2020 How can automation solutions with artificial intelligence help optimize maintenance and production for sustainable manufacturing?