Industry 4.0 Internet of Things– Sensors, Mechatronic Training System and Smart Factory Automation

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Industry 4.0 Internet of Things– Sensor Kit

 

Mechatronic Training System

Smart Factory Automation

 

Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things are influencing how we think of manufacturing in the future. Sensors play an important part in collecting field data and allowing an operator to adjust processes remotely. With the sensor kit, the objectives for the trainers and trainees are to: Understand and discern the functionality, response of various sensors, drives, switches, counters and other measurement devices and also learn about combining and measuring these devices as a whole or as an individual unit.

Built on an aluminium profile plate, this sensor kit trains in the basics of sensor technology, with a focus on digital sensors and analogue sensors prevalent in the current industry. Advanced industry applications and experiments along are presented here through utilization of industrial components. This trainer uses a single sided workstation upon which the components can be easily mounted to build simple chains and conduct experiments.

The kits include User Manual, Student Workbook and Teacher Handbook.

An optional I/O box is available to connect sensor kits with PLC for programming and experimentation

MTAB delivers solutions in the area of Advanced Manufacturing solution, focusing on CNC machining technology, robotics, manufacturing automation and mechatronics. Our solutions include the requisite training material for teachers to deliver training to the students and build skills when it comes to industrial technology.

 

The following topics will be covered

Smart Factory Automation

Robotics

Mechatronic Training System

Mode of Operation & Sensors properties

Technical data of sensors

Electrical connections & Electrical Circuit diagram study

Sensing range study with different materials & sizes

Application of sensors

Actuating limitations

 

Presenter: Arthi Sairaman (International Sales & Marketing Leader for Advanced Manufacturing Technology products at MTAB)

Arthi is an experienced business leader with background in program management, business development and marketing. Understands the challenges of manufacturing industry and entering new markets, and well-versed in execution of business planning, financial management and market research. Proficient at developing program strategy and plan, requiring marketing, operational and financial collaboration and execution.

For details:

MTAB USA INC

2018 156th Ave NE

Bellevue, WA 98007 USA

Ph: +1 (425) 516-7754

www.mtabusa.com Email: info@mtabusa.com

 

Best regards,

Jim Bastas | Teaching Equipment Specialist | Bestech Australia Pty Ltd | M 0403 855 990 | SO 02 9624 4233 | E jbastas@bestech.com.au | W www.bestech.com.au | 19/ 35 Foundry Rd, Seven Hills, NSW 2147 |



  Date and Time

  Location

  Hosts

  Registration



  • Date: 11 Mar 2020
  • Time: 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC+10:00) Sydney
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  • Macquarie University
  • Research Park Drive
  • Sydney, New South Wales
  • Australia 2109
  • Building: F9C 110
  • Room Number: 110

  • Co-sponsored by Prof. Subhas Mukhopadhyay


  Speakers

Topic:

Industry 4.0 Internet of Things– Sensors, Mechatronic Training System and Smart Factory Automation

Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things are influencing how we think of manufacturing in the future. Sensors play an important part in collecting field data and allowing an operator to adjust processes remotely. With the sensor kit, the objectives for the trainers and trainees are to: Understand and discern the functionality, response of various sensors, drives, switches, counters and other measurement devices and also learn about combining and measuring these devices as a whole or as an individual unit.

Built on an aluminium profile plate, this sensor kit trains in the basics of sensor technology, with a focus on digital sensors and analogue sensors prevalent in the current industry. Advanced industry applications and experiments along are presented here through utilization of industrial components. This trainer uses a single sided workstation upon which the components can be easily mounted to build simple chains and conduct experiments.

The kits include User Manual, Student Workbook and Teacher Handbook.

An optional I/O box is available to connect sensor kits with PLC for programming and experimentation

MTAB delivers solutions in the area of Advanced Manufacturing solution, focusing on CNC machining technology, robotics, manufacturing automation and mechatronics. Our solutions include the requisite training material for teachers to deliver training to the students and build skills when it comes to industrial technology.

Biography:

Arthi Sairaman (International Sales & Marketing Leader for Advanced Manufacturing Technology products at MTAB)

Arthi is an experienced business leader with background in program management, business development and marketing. Understands the challenges of manufacturing industry and entering new markets, and well-versed in execution of business planning, financial management and market research. Proficient at developing program strategy and plan, requiring marketing, operational and financial collaboration and execution.

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