Eaton | August 14, 2020
Power management company Eaton today announced its eMobility business has launched a new and improved line of Eaton OMNEX Trusted Wireless™ mobile control solutions for heavy machinery and field operations. The 900 MHz two-way remote-control units allow for the wireless control of high-value machinery in harsh environments, including mining, construction, agriculture, locomotive and marine markets.
“Our next generation of rugged, weatherproof OMNEX wireless controllers were designed with customer input, and offer a number of benefits, including enhanced safety and productivity for machine operators,” said Scott Adams, president, eMobility, Eaton. “Overall, we’ve improved upon the reliability and connectivity that was always a benefit over the competition – and we continue to advance our wireless technology in those areas.”
Reinke Manufacturing, CropX | August 18, 2020
Reinke Manufacturing, a global leader in irrigation systems and technology, and CropX, a leading global agricultural analytics and soil sensing company, today announced a partnership to empower growers with the world’s finest irrigation scheduling tools.
By integrating the technologies and support of two industry leaders rooted in agriculture, growers in more than 40 countries will be able to access soil health information that will allow them to improve yields, efficiencies and profitability. The partnership unites two groups who believe the most effective equipment and technology is built by farmers, for farmers. And with more than 80 years of combined experience in research, design and manufacturing – Reinke and CropX will bring their easy-to-use product lines to help growers maximize performance.
Stratasys Ltd | April 29, 2021
Stratasys Ltd., an innovator in polymer 3D printing arrangements, today presented three new 3D printers that together location a huge bit of the multibillion-dollar market an open door in added substance assembling of end-use parts. The frameworks by and large are pointed toward speeding up the shift from conventional to added substance fabricating for low-to-mid-volume creation applications underserved by customary assembling techniques.
"We are speeding up into the Additive Manufacturing 2.0 time, in which we see worldwide assembling pioneers move past prototyping to completely accept the spryness that 3D printing brings to the whole assembling esteem chain," said Stratasys CEO Dr. Yoav Zeif. "The interruptions we are seeing today on both the organic market side of worldwide inventory chains are an obvious indicator that the state of affairs isn't working. Added substance fabricating gives organizations the absolute adaptability to choose when, where, and how to create parts. That is the reason we're focused on being the finished supplier of polymer 3D printing answers for our elite client base."
A year ago, Stratasys accumulated over 25% of its income from assembling related applications. Going ahead, with an extensive and incorporated arrangement of 3D printing equipment, programming, materials, and administrations arrangements, Stratasys gauges that its assembling income development will dominate different sections, developing at a yearly pace of more than 20% beginning in 2022.
Stratasys is driving the worldwide shift to added substance fabricating with creative 3D printing answers for businesses like aviation, auto, purchaser items, and healthcare. Through brilliant and associated 3D printers, polymer materials, a product biological system, and parts on-request, Stratasys arrangements convey upper hands at each stage in the item esteem chain. The world's driving associations go to Stratasys to change item configuration, carry dexterity to assembling and supply chains, and improve patient consideration.