More from B&R Automation
Not So Fast: TSN Not Quite Ready for Prime Time
Though standardization efforts for Time-Sensitive Networking continue at pace, it is still years before industry should expect to see a bumper crop of compatible products.
Jul 26th, 2019
Compact Controller with Integrated Switch
B&R’s X20CP0420 has a width of only 37.5 mm including the power supply.
Jun 10th, 2019
Is a Universal Industrial Network Coming Soon?
A new paper from ARC Advisory Group explores the potential of creating a universal industrial network through the combination of OPC UA and time-sensitive networking.
Feb 25th, 2019
B&R Integrates MapleSim for Digital Twin Capability
The ability to create a digital twin of a machine during development can help avoid costly design errors and be used to virtually commission the machine software.
Feb 8th, 2019
Intelligent track technology improves productivity, quality
B&R debuted its new track technology, which enables 'the Adaptive Machine' and cost effective mass customization, during PACK EXPO.
Oct 18th, 2018
The Value Proposition of IIoT, Industry 4.0
Industrial Internet of Things, collaborative robots, digital twins and more aren’t just new ways of trying to get you to loosen your purse strings. They bring with them the promise of improved business outcomes.
Jun 16th, 2018
Controllers and Industrial PCs Get Smaller and Smarter
Continuing with our series of articles exploring the future of automation, we peek this month at controllers and IPCs. The newest versions are smarter, faster, smaller and easier to use.
Mar 8th, 2018
Mechanically Enabling the Batch of One
B&R Automation unveils its AcoposTrak flexible and intelligent product transport system, which is designed to allow for the manufacture of custom product sets at full production speed without changeover downtime.
Nov 30th, 2017
ABB to Acquire Factory Automation Player B&R
As ‘the most important deal ABB has ever done,’ the acquisition strengthens ABB’s position as No. 2 in industrial automation, closing the gap with Siemens and answering ‘the PLC question.’
Apr 4th, 2017