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Hoffman Estates, IL, January 30, 2019 - OMRON, the global leader in technology designed to solve social issues, will follow-up its outstanding display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with an indicate of advanced AI, automation and robotics at ATX West 2019. Known for its industry-leading root technology, Sensing & Control + Think, OMRON will bring its new involved Factory Harmony exhibit to ATX with a team of specialists who collaborate with customers to incorporate custom-made automation solutions for factory line effectiveness and business development.
'Our perspective of the factory of the near-future was a tremendous success at CES 2019 and gained news protection around the world,' said Robb Black, President and CEO of OMRON Automation Americas. 'We're thrilled to bring it to ATX West, where attendees can socialize especially with our Sensing & Control + Think innovation and be part of the harmony OMRON is developing between humans and machines through enhanced office safety, greater collaboration and higher efficiency.'
At CES 2019, OMRON managed a booth that presented Factory Harmony and FORPHEUS, the world's first AI-equipped table tennis tutor. The OMRON booth - the greatest and most advanced interactive exhibit of AI, robotics and automation at CES - drew more than 22,000 attendees and retained visitors for lengthened periods as they engaged with the shows and shared their experiences widely on social media.
OMRON Factory Harmony
The OMRON Factory Harmony exhibit displays the producing floor of the near-future, with machines that work to comprehend and improve humans. Those who consult the OMRON booth at ATX can work in collaboration with machines and be part of an interactional product processing demonstration, creating their own personal product.
In the Factory Harmony exhibit, OMRON pick and place automation illustrates the possibilities for machines to organize fine point work with speed and accuracy. Meanwhile, OMRON mobile robots setup flexibility in the development line, showing the ability to match growing demands for product transfer modification without reconfiguring an over-all equipment line.
OMRON collaborative robots, which made their US debut in Factory Harmony at CES, serve manufacturers seeking to augment production and reduce employee fatigue by automating repeated tasks, such as machine tending, loading and unloading, assembly, screw driving, gluing, testing or soldering. OMRON collaborative robots can easily be coached to execute nearly any repetitive task in any place thanks to a manual teaching feature that allows operators to train the robot with hand-guidance without the need for software. OMRON mobile robots and collaborative robots work safely side-by-side with humans, adjusting to worker needs and environmental conditions for a safer workplace.
'Our Factory Harmony exhibit shows how people and machines can work together to meet the requirements of advanced manufacturing, such as flexibility and customization, traceability of products and a higher standard of worker safety,' said Matt Trowbridge, Vice President of Marketing of OMRON Automation Americas. 'Our vision of Factory Harmony is a higher level of collaboration to produce ongoing enhancements in productivity, efficiency, product quality and a more rewarding worker experience.'
OMRON Automation Solutions
OMRON innovative automation technologies prove the 'three I's' that represent the future of manufacturing - integrated, intelligent and interactive. OMRON technologies increase throughput, maximize flexibility, reduce machine shack time, eliminate errors and improve traceability.
OMRON customers benefit from enhanced traceability, as the company creates and uses best technology to track and document the history, usage and location of parts, sub-assemblies, raw materials and finished products, which is required for flexible manufacturing lines and global systems. OMRON traceability remedies help businesses to protect their brand, control compliance, boost quality control and boost process improvements.
OMRON also gives manufacturers with higher versatility. OMRON safety-rated mobile robots help match the need for mass choices and increase productivity by freeing up human workforce to highlight on more complex jobs. OMRON mobile robots incorporate branded software and controls enabling a fleet of up to 100 robots to wisely and carefully surf around people and unplanned obstacles in a centre without the need for expensive pre-installed routes.
OMRON has an unequaled mix of expertise, products and services that enable organizations to find the best solutions to safeguard people. In order to create and maintain the OMRON vision of harmony between humans and machines, safety must remain a high objective.
OMRON will demonstrate its Sensing & Control + Think technology through the Factory Harmony exhibit at the OMRON booth (#5095) at ATX in Anaheim, CA, from February 5 -7. OMRON Sensing & Control + Think technology is the centerpiece of OMRON products: it learns from interaction, improves its own performance and worker performance, boosts speed and efficiency and increases safety in the workplace. It is the technology that enables OMRON to further its mission of building the society of the near-future, solving social problems and creating jobs.
'At ATX West, our exhibit will provide an exciting opportunity for businesses to see exactly how the OMRON factory floor improves traceability to increase quality control, allows for a high degree of flexibility in manufacturing lines to speed up product cycles and creates harmony between humans and machines,' said Black. 'OMRON factory automation is leading the industry and providing businesses with solutions to reduce down time, increase productivity, improve safety and to build the factory floor of the near-future.'

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