Tag: diagnostics

  • DIY Mechanics and the Future of Robotics and Automation

    DIY Mechanics and the Future of Robotics and Automation

    The world of DIY automotive repair has seen remarkable transformations over the years. Enthusiasts who once relied solely on their trusty wrenches and diagnostic skills are now entering a new era – one where robots and automation can and likely will play a pivotal role. In this article, we’ll explore the changing landscape of DIY…

  • How has technology development revolutionised healthcare?

    How has technology development revolutionised healthcare?

    In recent years, the advancement of technology has helped create positive changes for many industries, particularly the healthcare sector. Technology has always driven the capabilities of healthcare, with innovations and research methods continually helping to secure better outcomes for patients, from the invention of antibiotics, vaccines and anaesthetic, to scanners and defibrillators. But with the…

  • SICK launches ‘world’s first’ LiDAR multibeam scanner for small vehicles

    SICK launches ‘world’s first’ LiDAR multibeam scanner for small vehicles

    SICK Sensor Intelligence has launched what it describes as “the world’s first” LiDAR multibeam scanner with safe, solid-state technology for line-guided small vehicles. The scanGrid2 safe multibeam scanner from SICK is the first of its kind in the world. The compact sensor uses a novel and in-house developed solid-state LiDAR technology to increase the productivity…

  • Swisys adopts twin-track route to progress with networks for machines

    Swisys adopts twin-track route to progress with networks for machines

    Taiwanese automotive electronics and communications solution provider Swisys has adopted a twin-track approach to the development of company and its technologies. The company, which was founded in 2016 by a professor at Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology and a team of electrical engineers. It specialises in technologies based on the CAN Bus and…

  • BD launches solution for high throughput molecular diagnostic testing

    BD launches solution for high throughput molecular diagnostic testing

    Medical technology company Becton Dickinson and Co, has launched the CE-IVDD certification of the BD COR System in Europe. The high throughput solution for infectious disease diagnostics sets a new standard in automation for molecular testing in core laboratories and other large centralized laboratories. The BD COR System integrates and automates the complete molecular laboratory…

  • Robots taking over from humans in numerous laboratory tasks

    Robots taking over from humans in numerous laboratory tasks

    Robotic lab automation is making progress and removing some of the labor in laboratories, but rarely is it replacing all functions, according to Kalorama Information.  The healthcare market researcher said the most common use of robots is partial, but that the number of labs using them is on the rise. Lacking robotics and other types of…

  • The advantages of automation in medical diagnostics

    The advantages of automation in medical diagnostics

    Technology in the fields of life sciences and medicine is constantly evolving. New manufacturing techniques have made it possible to make more effective therapies, and advances in research have led to more cost-effective solutions to conditions that were once considered too expensive to treat. One of the most interesting aspects of the evolution of medical…

  • Emerson launches new control module for industrial machines

    Emerson launches new control module for industrial machines

    Company says new component provides Industry 4.0 diagnostics for pneumatics through direct digital control  Emerson have expanded the ASCO Numatics 580 Series fieldbus electronics platform with the introduction of an IO-Link communication option. The company says the new IO-Link module is for use with the ASCO Numatics 500 Series valve islands, and will allow machine automation designers…

  • Connected and autonomous cars: Driving in the cloud

    Connected and autonomous cars: Driving in the cloud

    Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director of obsolete components supplier, EU Automation explains how cloud computing can help both manufacturers and owners make the most of their vehicle Today, we consider wireless connectivity and parking assist to be standard features in new models of car. However, roll back 50 years and it was a different story; there…