Industries

Our guide to how automation works in the industry

EU Automation specialises in supplying automation equipment to specific industry sectors. We work with some of the worlds largest companies & our knowledge and expertise is regularly featured in industry publications across the globe.


In-depth interviews

Grant Collier, British Automation & Robot Association (BARA)
the increasing marriage between automation, robots and industrial vision systems. Basically, industrial vision serves as a robot's eyes. It is fascinating watching an application where industrial vision can identify the smallest imperfections of a product on a fast moving production line and then watch as robots "see" and consequently remove the product at incredible speed.
Grant Collier, British Automation & Robot Association (BARA)

Read the full interview in Automated Magazine.

Stuart Kelly, International Institute of Obsolescence Management
Modern production cycles average about five years, rendering previous components obsolete very quickly. When obsolete production systems or parts break down, companies have the choice between overhauling the whole system and sourcing obsolete parts to retrofit into the existing application.
Stuart Kelly, International Institute of Obsolescence Management

Read the full interview in Automated Magazine.

Julia Angerer, COPA-DATA
Companies have to face the challenge of continuously optimising their production processes for maximum output, while at the same time reducing energy consumption to a minimum.
Julia Angerer, COPA-DATA

Read the full interview in Automated Magazine.

Steve Brambley, GAMBICA
Since the downturn in 2009, UK automation has been growing year on year at a rapid rate and has already grown by 30 per cent compared to 2008 levels. This means recovery in automation is real.
Steve Brambley, GAMBICA

Read the full interview in Automated Magazine.

Detlef Zühlke, Germam research Centre for Atrificial Intelligence
Industries that will benefit the most are those that already have modular mechanical systems and are under pressure to fulfil customer requirements in ever shorter times.
Detlef Zühlke, Germam research Centre for Atrificial Intelligence

Read the full interview in Automated Magazine.

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