THE FULL-SERVICE INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION PROVIDER WILL SHOW ITS INDUSTRY 4.0 SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES AT MACH 2018
April 4, 2018 – For the first time at MACH 2018, Comau UK (Stand H17-325) will walk visitors through real-life factories of the future by creating a 360° virtual tour of the digital production and collaborative robotic applications the leading industrial automation solutions provider has deployed across Europe.
Comau defines HUMANufacturing as its new approach to manufacturing and its own way to Industry 4.0 to meet the challenges and needs of an ever-changing market. In the “factory of the future”, industrial robots are no longer confined within barriers, but can work closely and in total security with man, which plays a central role in the production process. The interaction between operators and machines is made efficient and secure by collaborative robots and new digital technologies. Industrial machines become ‘smart’, more and more flexible, and easy to use in an integrated and connected manufacturing system. During the event, Comau UK will let visitors “see” products developed following the HUMANufacturing approach, such as advanced logistics solutions including the new Agile1500 Autonomous Mobile Robot and e.DO build-it-yourself robot kit. Comau’s future-focused technologies help companies improve their efficiency while streamlining processes and increasing production quality.
Known for innovation and an open-engineering approach, Comau UK’s virtual reality showcase mirrors its growing use mainstream multimedia to enhance leading-edge digital manufacturing solutions. As such, the company’s engineering and enabling technologies increasingly support highly individualized, highly efficient production while safeguarding productivity and profitability across the entire manufacturing line.
With extensive experience in the industry and headquarters in Rugby, England, Comau UK has been helping companies all over the United Kingdom develop and implement process and technology solutions for sustainable automation and production since 1991. Its comprehensive offer ranges from stand-alone robotics to complete automation solutions, simultaneous engineering and powerful process integration capabilities, with an increasing focus on digitalization. The company recently expanded to better meet the needs of the North-East region by opening a dedicated engineering facility in Gateshead.