Pilz Exhibition Highlights at SPS IPC Drives 2018

November 30, 2018

At this year’s SPS IPC Drives everything at Pilz revolved around products and solution for safe sensor technology. The focus of this year’s exhibition presence is on the Pilz Smart Factory that brings to life safe sensor technology.

Pilz displayed its intelligent sensor solutons:

  • The dynamic pressure-sensitive mate PSENmat, the safety laser scanner PSENscan and the modular safety gate system for the protection of man and machine.
  • Interact with the new service robotics modules to assemble your individual application in an industrial or non-industrial environment.
  • Experience how automation solutions can be solved in a modular production plant efficiently and user-friendly.

See some of their additional features:

Intelligent sensor technology for ideas with a future

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With the new modular safety gates you create individual solutions for safety gate guarding which enable fast diagnostics also in failure cases. The dynamic pressure-sensitive safety mat offers monitoring and control function through virtual pushbuttons in just one device. Pilz showcases the new safety laser scanner PSENscan for productive area monitoring.

Complete solutions for safe robotics

Service robotics modules

 Pilz helps users to achieve a safe and standard-compliant robot application! At the SPS IPC Drives we present the new service robotics modules. Experience the modules in action and interact with the robot systems!

In Nuremberg, we will show you how a dual-arm robot packages a workpiece that is taken by an automated guided vehicles to a manual work station and handed over safely to the operator. Workpieces are handed over using the operating concept of the dynamic pressure sensitive mat PSENmat. Further exhibition topics are the comprehensive Pilz service portfolio in the robotics range. Our experts will be delighted to inform you about our offer of safe sensor technology for robot cells and for human-robot collaboration (HRC).

Maximum flexibility with our smart factory

Experience Industrie 4.0 in the Smart Factory

Intelligent networking and flexible production open up huge opportunities for industry. Flexible production, will make your machine work at optimum capacity. Innovative automation solutions for the smart factory of the future is also the key focus at Pilz’s exhibition stand.

In Nuremberg we present a production line which shows the practical application of Industrie 4.0 in its modularity, and which can react quickly to changing market situations and have flexible production. See our Smart Factory for yourself and have your individual exhibition present manufactured here. All of the products used in the smart factory are from Pilz – from sensor and drive through to the controller and robotics.

https://www.pilz.com/en-CA/products-solutions/sensor-technology

For more details on Pilz’s show offerings go HERE

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