Omron Automation will demo its wide-ranging innovations in robotics, sensing, control, safety, vision and more at the SAE World Congress Experience (WCX) this April in Detroit, USA..
One of the company’s key demos at WCX 2018 will feature the FH vision system, a powerful solution for high-speed inspection for automotive and electronic applications.
The LD Mobile Robot exhibit will show how self-navigating autonomous intelligent vehicle (AIV) can adapt to a wide variety of applications and payloads.
To address traceability, serialization, and regulatory challenges in the automotive industry, Omron will present its latest laser marking technology for putting fine characters on three dimensional surfaces.
Omron will be sharing its expertise in future-oriented technology at the event’s Technical Sessions. Safety Product Engineer Tina Hull will present a case study on how safety design will adapt to new technologies and generational changes. Mike Chen, the director of Omron’s Automation Center, will lead a panel discussion titled “Manufacturing for the Next.”
The show is an opportunity for anyone seeking to learn more about the future of vehicle safety and automotive manufacturing, as well as those who are eager to keep up with the creators of Forpheus, the world’s first artificial intelligence-equipped robot tutor that helps people improve their ping pong skills.