Omron Microscan will show new products for incorporating traceability into machine design this coming February 6 – 8 at ATX West 2018 in California, USA.
The company will showcase several new products that facilitate the integration of track and trace capabilities into industrial automation systems at Booth #4395.
Highlighted demos will include the PanelScan® PCB Traceability System, a user-friendly solution for in-motion traceability of multi-array PCBs that keeps production lines moving, claims the company, and the MicroHAWK ID-30, ID-40, and ID-45, claimed to be the world’s smallest high-performance barcode readers.
The brand-new ID-45 is said to boast exceptional reads at long distances and be particularly advantageous for Direct Part Marking (DPM) applications.
Also on display will be the brand-new handheld HS-360X, an ultra-rugged barcode reader built for heavy industry, and the HAWK MV-4000, which is currently the fastest smart camera on the market, claims the firm.
Omron’s ping pong-playing robot, Forpheus, will also be on show, demonstrating the power and flexibility of the latest advances in machine vision.
This is the first trade show for Omron Microscan since the acquisition of Microscan Systems, Inc., by the Omron Corporation.
Neither the MicroHAWK ID-45 nor the HS-360X is on the market yet, so this event is an opportunity to preview these products in action.
Conference visitors are also invited to attend the presentation “3 Ways to Make Your Factory Smarter with IIoT” offered by Omron Microscan on February 7th at 3:15 pm at the Smart Manufacturing track.