Comau presents "A Day Beyond the Line" - the Tech Day dedicated to Smart Automation

How to make the use of Smart Automation solutions developed to meet the production needs of Industry 4.0 more efficient - this is the theme of "A Day Beyond the Line", the Comau Tech Day held September 24 inside the Innovation Center in Grugliasco (TO) from 10:00am to 5:30pm.

Comau presents A Day Beyond the Line - the Tech Day dedicated to Smart Automation
Utilizing support from a team of experts specialized in the design of 4.0 automation solutions for multiple industrial sectors, the event offers a whole day to discover the latest Comau technologies in terms of collaborative robotics, wearable robotics, logistics, laser applications and digital manufacturing.

"A Day Beyond the Line" is an opportunity to identify, together with companies, production solutions specifically designed to optimize their work processes from the perspective of smart manufacturing - thanks to the know-how and consolidated experience of a company that is an all -in-one provider, like Comau.

Participants will embark upon an immersive journey that winds through different work areas, allowing them to experience all the potential and possibilities of use of every single Comau technology. Among these are some of the most popular HUMANufacturing solutions from Comau: the collaborative robot with high load on the wrist, AURA, and the Comau MATE exoskeleton developed to improve the work quality of operators by supporting them in carrying out their daily activities.

For automated logistics operations, in any industrial sector, Comau presents the new Agile1500 AGV with lithium batteries and M.I.O. (Modular Intralogistics Organizer), the work module developed to improve management of the flow of materials from the warehouse to the line.

Among the solutions dedicated to digital manufacturing, in.Grid, the innovative Comau IoT platform, which allows the analysis of production data and monitoring in real time to increase productivity and rationalize the operating costs online, will be shown. Also, the Vir.GIL digital platform, designed to guide workers in performing manual operations, allowing "almost human" interaction between the operator and the machine, will be on display.

Among the laser applications is LHYTE, the Comau multifunction laser source that combines fiber or diode laser sources to offer greater flexibility, precision and work speed. Finally, e.DO, the modular robot with open-source integrated intelligence developed for educational purposes, will also be available to experience.


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