When you combine the innovations of motion control, the Internet of Things, 3D printing, electronics and sensors, and mechanical components, you get the latest drivers in industrial automation. Industrial automation covers the ongoing developments of how engineers automate every aspect of our world.
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Cyber-physical systems (CPS) like the Festo Motion Terminal promise to increase production, simplify value chain processes and future-proof plants. In a new white paper, we explore the technology behind these systems—particularly, how it unites...
While pop culture predicts VR will be the death of us, actual industrial use cases in research labs and industrial environments hint at its current potential: speeding design, boosting productivity, and giving workers more freedom.