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Valk Welding, Netherlands - IFR-Partner

Valk Welding France Atlantique opens in Western France

The official opening of Valk Welding France Atlantique on 15 May means that Valk Welding has now extended its activities to Western France. Under this name Valk Welding in Saint-Nazaire, with four French-speaking specialists, will be actively entering the market in the western region of France with demos, sales and service for welding robots and the sale of welding accessories. The welding accessories of Valk Welding are kept in Saint-Nazaire, where a number of welding robot systems are permanently set up for demonstrations of both Panasonic and Fanuc robots.

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PRECARN, Canada - IFR-R&D Institute

Team from University of British Columbia Wins First Annual Intelligent Systems Challenge

The Canadian Artificial Intelligence Association / Association pour l'intelligence artificielle au Canada (CAIAC) and Precarn Incorporated announced the winners of the first annual CAIAC-Precarn Canadian Intelligent Systems Challenge at the Intelligent Systems Collaborative Conference. 

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Danish Technological Institute, Denmark - IFR-R&D Institute

Intellicare

The innovation consortium Intellicare is about finding and developing useful and people-oriented solutions to problems within the welfare and nursing industry.  The consortium will create a technological platform, able to integrate and encourage the collaboration between intelligent nursing resources and the environment.

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Wittmann, Austria - IFR-Partner

Dual Arm Telescopic Robot for High-speed Applications on Mid-range Presses

WITTMANN's latest introduction is the W823D dual arm telescopic robot with 5 servo axis designed for automation of stack molds and other applications requiring two vertical arms. The W823D dual arm telescopic servo robot allows simultaneous or sequential operation of each vertical arm in order to remove parts from stack molds in medium tonnage machines up to 400 tons (440 U.S. tons).

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AUTOMATICA 2010

8 - 11 June 2010

The preparations for AUTOMATICA 2010 are in full swing. The international leading trade fair for automation and mechatronics is taking place from 8 to 11 June 2010 at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre. It will be presenting the biggest robotics range in the world and integrated solutions for every technical manufacturing challenge as well as specific solutions that further optimise production processes.

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Danish Technological Institute, Denmark - IFR-R&D Institute

Exoskeleton - a new and exciting innovation consortium

The Danish Technological Institute, Centre for Robot Technology has in cooperation with a line of companies, just recently, forwarded an application to the board of Research and Innovation, to fund a new ground-breaking innovation consortium: Exoskeleton.

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IPA, Germany - IFR-R&D Institute

50 Years Fraunhofer IPA

According to the slogan "We produce future" the Fraunhofer Institute Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA celebrates its 50th anniversary from July 1st to July 3rd.
 Along with numerous events the public is invited to high ranking lectures and exciting exhibitions. For the official ceremonial act celebrities from politics, industry and the research community have announced their participation.

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BARA, UK - IFR-Industry Association

The FP Awards; clash of the titans!

The 25th Food Processing Awards, held by Food Processing (FP) Magazine on the 9 February 2009, honoured ten companies working in the food industry with awards befitting their manufacturing, engineering, design and innovation achievements.

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BARA, UK - IFR-Industry Association

Robotics get major boost as BARA joins the PPMA

The growing importance of robotics and automation systems to the global packaging supply chain has led to the amalgamation of the British Automation & Robotics Association with the Processing and Packaging Machinery Association.

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Kawasaki Robotics, Germany - IFR-Partner

Four novelties by Kawasaki Robotics

The newly designed R series is going to gradually replace the Kawasaki F series. The first robot of this series - the RS20N - offers a reach of 1,725 mm and a payload capacity of 20 kg.  

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