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OMRON to Introduce E5CD/E5ED Temperature Controllers Which Automatically Adjust Temperature like Skilled Workers Using AI for Production Sites, First Time in Industry (*)

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KYOTO, Japan, March 30, 2017 /360WiseNews/ — OMRON Corporation (TSE: 6645, ADR: OMRNY) will introduce on April 3, 2017, “E5CD/E5ED Temperature Controllers” to automatically adjust temperature parameters of heaters and others using AI that used to be done by skilled workers at production sites and “E52-CA xx AY S xx Temperature Sensors for Packaging Machines.”

OMRON will showcase the “E5CD/E5ED Temperature Controllers” and “E52-CA xx AY S xx Temperature Sensors for Packaging Machines” at the “2017 International Food Machinery & Technology Exhibition” to be held at Tokyo Big Sight from June 13 to 16.

(Photo1: E5CD/E5ED Temperature Controllers
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(Photo2: E52-CA xx AY S xx Temperature Sensors for Packaging Machines
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The newly released E5CD/E5ED Temperature Controllers include OMRON’s unique temperature adjustment algorithm. The E5CD and E5ED automatically adjust temperature parameters that until now skilled workers have been doing based on experience and intuition in response to production status changes, including production items and materials compounding.

At today’s production sites, multi-product production makes manufacturing highly complicated. This accelerates production transfer to emerging countries for optimally located production, leading to product defects and lower productivity resulting from worker skill shortage. Especially in the molding and packaging processes, temperature adjustment required when production items change is not properly done. To avoid quality loss that is caused by temperature, the equipment operation speed slows down and inspection work takes more time at the expense of productivity. Keep Reading

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