At the company’s Technology Days event, Mikron Automation showed customers its customised assembly solutions aimed to create real added value.
The automation systems are scalable and can adapt quickly and easily to a wide range of requirements. This means they are equally suited to feasibility studies and high-volume series production.
Technology Days took place from 10 May to 11 May in Boudry, Switzerland. Customers from all over Europe were invited to discover the latest trends in the automation business. The company’s management explained the strategy of Mikron Automation to ensure it can best meet future customer needs:
- Scalable automation solutions
- Higher modularity and more flexibility of the systems through increased functionality
- Newly developed systems and innovative data management using the latest technologies
- Build up new employee skills to further increase competitiveness
In the future, Mikron Automation will concentrate on high-tech automation systems that are suitable for both small and very large production volumes.
A great deal of interest was shown in the various technical demonstrations, which included collaborative robots and scalable assembly systems. The numerous guests were also impressed by Mikron’s innovative control system Mikron Object Oriented Software (MOOS), which ensures consistent availability of and direct access to relevant data at all times.
A number of speeches successfully rounded out Mikron Automation’s two-day customer event, including a speech by director of microengineering at the Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Professor Christian Enz.