The future of factory automation is here with Bosch Rexroth's Smart MechatroniX, the flexible solution that combines linear motion, electric drive and control components with advanced software. Learn more about this next-generation solution.
Streamline pressing and joining with the compact, modular mechatronic solution: Smart Function Kit. Our infographic shows you how this plug-and-produce, no-coding-required solution makes pressing and joining smarter, faster and more productive.
We're making smarter mechatronics both simpler and more sophisticated than ever with our Smart MechatroniX solution platform. This new family of mechatronics products offers simpler configuration and ordering, fast and intuitive commissioning and flexible use of components and modules.
A decade or so from now, you may find yourself traveling along an interstate in a caravan. Your automobile is separated by just a few inches from the vehicle in front of you and the one behind as you speed along at 150 miles per hour.
In 1886, Josephine Garis Cochrane patented her design for the first automatic dishwasher. In 1908, the Hurley Machine Company of Chicago introduced the first electric-powered washing machine. In 1913, Fred W. Wolf’s invention of the first commercially viable electric refrigerator in the United States hit the market.
Manufacturing execution systems (MES) are critical elements of Industry 4.0. When all production processes are linked and synchronized with the overall operation, manufacturers have a strategic tool that enables them to improve productivity, streamline costs, boost quality and reduce time to market.
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October 31, 2017
In an increasingly connected world with the introduction of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, technologies such as Bluetooth, ZigBee, Z-wave, and Wi-Fi have opened up wireless prototyping opportunities not only for major corporations but small businesses and hobbyists.
One hundred years ago, a vertically integrated manufacturing complex in Schenectady, NY, defined the company behind the famous blue monogram. Today, the future of General Electric is in San Ramon, CA. That’s the home of GE Digital.