Omron Electronics NZ recently held a free seminar at the Addington Raceway, Christchurch. Aimed at both the food and packaging industries, all delegates gained valuable insights into some of the cutting edge technologies for the automation industry that Omron had on offer.
This seminar followed similar successful sessions held in Australia all of which attracted large audiences, from a wide range of disciplines. This one was no exception. . Participants were also free to ask questions in an informal setting, and many took the opportunity! Practical demonstrations were available, with the ample displays on show
Mr Henry Zhou, General Manager of Omron Oceana said of the seminars: a�?Judging by the strong reaction, ita��s clear that everyone involved with the food processing industry is looking to not only learn about new technologies, but also apply them to keep a step or two ahead of their competitors.a�?
a�?Perhaps the most pleasing aspect for me is that wea��re not just talking to Omron customers, the sheer depth of the attendees and the distances theya��ve come from was very impressivea�? said Greg Fox, sales manager for Omron Christchurch. a�?Also the quality of conversations was surprising, we can see that people are genuinely seeking; they are looking for more innovative solutions, beyond the traditional vendorsa�?.
Some of the topics discussed are visual inspection systems, robotics, safety systems and database connections for the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things). The seminar demonstrated how these technologies can be integrated together, and how they can help with serialization and complete traceability of product from paddock to plate. Salman khan in aap ki adalat watch online