Assembly Automation: Volume 11 Issue 1

Strapline:

The international journal of assembly technology and management
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Table of contents

RF TAGS KEEP TRACK AUTOMATICALLY

Bob Williams

Readers of this publication will be more aware than most of the fundamental changes that have occurred in the process of manufacturing. A combination of economic pressures…

EYE‐TO‐HAND CO‐ORDINATION

D.F.H. Wolfe, S.W. Wijesoma, R.J. Richards

Tasks in automated manufacturing and assembly increasingly involve robot operations guided by vision systems. The traditional “look‐and‐move” approach to linking machine…

CITROËN AUTOMATE ENGINE ASSEMBLY

AUTOMATION PLAYS A MAJOR ROLE IN THE NEW ENGINE ASSEMBLY LINES INSTALLED BY CITROËN AT ITS TREMERY PLANT. THE LINES BUILD ENGINES WHICH EQUIP THE CINTROËN XM AND PEUGEOT…

SPOTLIGHT ON ELECTROLUX

ELECTROLUX TURNS AN INTERNAL RESOURCE INTO A SYSTEMS HOUSE ‐ You may know that Electrolux is active in more than 40 countries, and that it is the world leader in white…

HARLAND SIMON ACQUIRES JOHN BROWN AUTOMATION

LAST OCTOBER A LEADING BRITISH ASSEMBLY AUTOMATION COMPANY, JOHN BROWN AUTOMATION, WAS ACQUIRED BY THE HARLAND SIMON GROUP. DEREK HARBOUR, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF HARLAND…

ADEPT HELPS PHILIPS

PHILIPS APPLIES ADEPT ROBOTS TO AUTOMATE CAPACITOR ASSEMBLY ‐ Adept robots are helping Philips Components to revitalise completely its capacitor production facility in…

ISSN:

0144-5154

Online date, start – end:

1980 – 2022

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Editor:

  • Prof Hong Qiao