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Sensor Intelligence for the Chemical Industry

The future is now. In the production of chemicals, modern sensors are increasingly used to improve and elaborate automation, even outside the core processes....

Safe network integration with microScan3

Up to now, functional safety technology in automation has mostly been separated from fieldbuses and Ethernet networks. But the next microScan3 generation sets new...

IO-Link: Industry 4.0 for everyone

IO-Link is not just gaining increasing acceptance in an ever greater number of applications – the manufacturer-independent communication technology is also an enabler for...

Smart Sensors from SICK: Suppliers of information for Industry 4.0

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Networked production and control processes in complex machine environments determine the industrial future and make Industry 4.0 possible in the first place. Smart Sensors...

Intelligent photoelectric sensors: Safe detection, efficient automation

Efficient automation is always also a question of safe object detection. Photoelectric sensors that offer optimum detection performance are designed specifically for their area...

Sensor intelligence in the factory of the future

The Internet of Things is making information constantly accessible to everyone. Meanwhile, customers are placing increased demands on speed and flexibility. That is why...

Efficient automotive production with RFID technology

Production of the Audi A8 in Neckarsulm: Continuous wireless identification It all starts with a piece of metal. In the body shop, the rear part...

More than just position determination

The best enhancements are always based on precise measurement. This is the only way that lasting and reliable changes can be made to processes...

Achieve more with Embedded Systems

SICK AG and Silicon Software GmbH extend the SICK AppSpace ecosystem SICK AG and Silicon Software GmbH are combining their expertise and working together to...

Seamless transparency in materials flow and handling

When it comes to distribution logistics and returns management, the flow of materials and information is essential. But it doesn’t stop there: Material labelling...