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SCHUNK News

SCHUNK receives German innovation prize for climate and environment (IKU)

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action awarded the innovative ADHESO gripping technology from SCHUNK with the IKU 2022. The bio-inspired, energy-saving method of handling facilitates sustainable automation processes in many areas. SCHUNK developed the technology together with the startup company INNOCISE.

Inmoco News

Linear encoder provides accuracy and reliability in tough environments

Celera Motion has launched an inductive linear encoder for accurate and reliable position sensing in harsh environments. Distributed in the UK by INMOCO, Celera’s Lintran linear position transducer is designed for applications where electrical contacts or optical transducers would prove unreliable.

Continental News

MARKET ENTRY: CONTINENTAL BRINGS ITS AUTONOMOUS MOBILE ROBOTS TO THE SHOPFLOOR WITH STRONG PARTNERS

Technology company Continental will present for the first time in public its Autonomous Mobile Robots for the external market at the LogiMAT 2022, the international intralogistics tradeshow, from May 31 to June 2 in Stuttgart. After an internal test phase in Continental production locations worldwide, the AMRs are now ready for the external market entry with improved and new features as well as the handling of new use cases.

Gefran News

SMART SENSOR, AUTOMATION AND MOTION CONTROL: GEFRAN PRESENTS PERVASIVE AND SUSTAINABLE DIGITISATION AT SPS

Gefran – the Italian multinational group specialised in the design and production of sensors, industrial process control systems, electric drives and automation components – will participate in the tenth edition of SPS Italia, an event dedicated to technologies serving digital transformation, which is returning live and in person from 24 to 26 May (Hall 3, Stand F007).

Kuka News

Innovative robotics for medicine: KUKA at ICRA 2022 in Philadelphia

At the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) from May 23-27, KUKA demonstrates how robotics can be used to accomplish unique medical tasks. New technologies such as sensitive robotics are opening up new possibilities, particularly in medicine, for treating patients more gently, more precisely and thus more effectively.

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