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Tsubaki customer service takes root with launch of new ‘Tree App’

Tsubaki has launched a free app for use on iPad that allows customers to download product literature, find local distributors and even generate quotes. The Tree App has been developed to work in support of the existing Tsubaki customer services; allowing Tsubaki employees, distributors and customers to communicate quickly with each other - anywhere in the world.

Eaton’s Electrical Sector Announces New Appointments To Its EMEA Leadership Team

Eaton today announced changes and new appointments to the Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) leadership team of its Electrical Sector business.

Enzo Strappazzon (pictured) has been named Senior Vice President and General Manager of the newly-formed Industrial Control and Protection Division.

EEF comments on latest GDP figures

Ms Lee Hopley, Chief Economist at EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, says: “ONS hasn’t quite rewritten history, but the accounting changes put the UK’s recent economic performance in a rather better light.

Intelligent Robots, should we be scared?

Mark Proctor considers the rise of the use of robots in modern industry.

In 1942 science fiction writer, Isaac Asimov bestowed upon the world The Three Laws of Robotics

£2.5 million to recognise and reduce cyber-attack threats to critical infrastructure

New research co-funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) will focus on the cyber-security of the UK’s vital industrial control systems which run, for example, manufacturing plants, power stations, the electricity grid, and the rail network.

Kennametal and Haimer Announce Joint Technology Agreement on DUO-LOCK® Modular Interface

Leading companies combine toolholding and wear-resistant solutions into revolutionary modular systemDUO LOCK interface technology from Haimer and Kennametal.

In an agreement signed earlier this year, Kennametal Inc.

Quick and proactive thinking during a robot failure behind Bakkersland’s investment in ABB Robotics Remote Service

2014-10-01 - Outstanding problem solving skills and experience during a sudden production stop were all contributing factors when Dutch Bakkersland decided to invest in ABB Robotics Remote Service for earlier failure detection and to prevent unplanned stops.

All Automation World Content 2014-10-01 01:59:46

From its pneumatic valve terminal to its PC-based controls, the F-16 case former was shaped by a trend in food and beverage packaging that puts a premium on hygiene.

All Automation World Content 2014-09-30 19:26:12

Continuing a tradition started by Wonderware in 1998, attendees at Schneider Electric’s 2014 Software Global Customer Conference in Orlando, Fla., will hear the results of a competition honoring innovative uses of the company’s software.

All Automation World Content 2014-09-30 19:06:49

Ravi Gopinath addresses Invensys integration and application aspects of stronger Schneider Electric software portfolio.