The Visionary-B active driver assistance system developed by SICK is designed to monitor the area around mobile machines that is invisible to the driver.
The fact that man and machine can now live together is made possible not least by sensor solutions such as the 2D LiDAR sensors from SICK’s TiM series.
2D LiDAR sensors from SICK’s TiM series deliver precise measurement data for navigation purposes.
SICK provides the tools for customers to make ambitious modernisation projects a reality.
Industrieservice Schach, working with SICK as a one-stop supplier is paying dividends both technically and financially.
Human-robot collaboration (HRC) describes an environment where humans and automated machines share and work in the same workspace at the same time.
SICK has established itself as the first port of call when it comes to industrial safety technology.
With industrial parquet manufacturing, fine wood flooring became affordable and available to anyone.
The requirements on the safeguarding of machinery have changed more and more with the increasing use of automation.
Hollow shaft, multi-turn, safety: the new motor feedback systems in the SES/SEM product family from SICK.