Every time an RSA person is asked, “So what does RSA do?”, we default to our motto, “The Right Solutions for Automation”, or our pledge, see bottom left column, or our greeting, “RSA, we make engineers smile!”, but I have begun to think that we perform magic in manufacturing automation. Great magicians have three parts … Continue reading RSA Takes the Magic our of High Technology
University of Toronto Aerospace Teams take first place with Teledyne cameras onboard BY Geralyn Miller Aerial surveys are essential to many sectors—environment, agriculture, mining and transportation, to name just a few. They’re more cost effective, safer and less intrusive than teams of people on the ground, but even small unmanned vehicles are complex and require … Continue reading Young engineers lead the way in unmanned flight
By Matt Reinstetle Industrial automation is a broad industry. Each company has a different set of needs to build their products and have them shipped out the door on time. Some companies deal with large objects while others deal with small products. For those who work with smaller objects, markings, elements, precision is essential. That … Continue reading What is the Best Way to Detect Small Targets?
by Siegfried Ruttger The requirements are tough for the food and packaging industry: hygiene-compliant design, flexibility, short conversion times and high levels of plant availability are increasingly important features for machines and systems. In these user industries, protecting employees is still a priority, but the safety systems need to be adapted to the individual applications … Continue reading Safety Systems: Hygiene-Compliant, Flexible and Reliable