businesswire | January 26, 2021
FANUC America, the main provider of CNCs, advanced mechanics, and ROBOMACHINEs, today reported the dispatch of another e-learning site to teach producers and industry about its CRX community oriented robot. The website gives web based preparing instructional exercises, a profound plunge into a wide scope of fringe gadget and tooling accomplices, and the most recent item data about its CRX cobot setup.
FANUC's new CRX cooperative robots are not difficult to utilize and program, protected, adaptable, and snappy to get going for an assortment of assembling and mechanical applications. The CRX is accessible in two models, both with 10kg payloads, including the CRX-10iA and CRX-10iA/L long-arrive at variant. Another tablet show pendant with symbol based intuitive control empowers anybody to program the robot – no programming information is required. The new CRX arrangement offers clients eight years of support free activity, and the very mechanical unwavering quality that FANUC is known for everywhere on the world.
A lightweight and smooth development makes it simple to mount the CRX on a versatile stage, permitting administrators to skim the cobot to various work regions. Another disentangled gripper association makes it direct to change end-of-arm-apparatuses for new assignments. Additionally, an IP67 rating implies the CRX can work in unforgiving conditions.
prnewswire | December 08, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic provokes schools to construct utilitarian frameworks for internet learning, one secondary school specifically found an ideal answer for keeping its designing courses pressing onward. This was a progression of e-taking in instructional exercises from industry-driving computerization arrangements supplier Omron Automation Americas. The online assets gave Lakota East High School designing educator Todd Hummer a viable method to instruct his Computer Integrated Manufacturing course distantly just as in a socially separated way once understudies started returning for face to face learning.
Hummer has around 45 understudies, the two youngsters and seniors, who are seeking after designing information and are on target to examine the subject at a school level. Regardless of whether classes are held on the web or face to face, pandemic-related concerns make it difficult to permit different understudies to gather around a solitary bit of gear. Hummer's methodology has been to modularize the whole class and utilize a turn technique, which presents a test for tending to inquiries regarding the material. With Omron's e-learning modules, he had the option to structure his substance to help understudies remain locked in.
"Not only was the Omron e-learning content valuable for remote students, now that we are back to school in person, the lessons will be just as valuable," says Hummer. "Due to social distancing requirements, we are learning content in rotations, or a modular environment. As a result, I am not always able to traditionally instruct the class, but Omron helps fill in that instruction as I move around the room helping the students who need it. Students can work through the learning modules at their own pace until they reach proficiency!"
Voelker Controls Company, an Ohio-based mechanical computerization arrangements supplier and an Omron wholesaler, was instrumental in acquainting the e-learning modules with the secondary school. "We're regarded to work with our neighborhood schools and understudies to extend their designing information. At the point when customary techniques were not accessible and with restricted alternatives to show mechanization distantly, Omron's e-learning was an incredible asset," says Andy Walsh, Voelker's Product Manager of Robotics and Automation. "Voelker Controls alongside Omron has the absolute most exceptional mechanization mastery on the planet, and we are glad to share our insight to help instruct the fate of Automation."
The e-learning modules have more than 50 seminars on capacities and general information on production line computerization hardware. The modules are intended for individuals of all foundations trying to become familiar with advanced mechanics and other designing points identified with modern mechanization innovation.
ISTE | June 24, 2022
ISTE Live 22 Conference & Expo in New Orleans, Louisiana, June 27–29, 2022, will feature UNIVERSE by ViewSonic, the newest EdTech solution from ViewSonic Corp., a major global provider of visual solutions. An immersive 3D virtual world designed for learning is shown in the beta edition of ViewSonic's UNIVERSE. For times when classes cannot be together in the same physical space, it allows interactive learning experiences that drive engagement, enhance collaboration, and foster a feeling of belonging.
"The pandemic has changed the education landscape, and we've seen how digital innovation and technology has helped the education community overcome unforeseen challenges during this time. Through ViewSonic's continuous commitment to innovation in EdTech, we've created an immersive digital learning platform designed to enhance out-of-classroom learning experiences. UNIVERSE by ViewSonic aims to support educators teach with more creative freedom within online learning environments."
- Kevin Chu, director of UNIVERSE Business Unit at ViewSonic
Immersive virtual learning environments like classrooms, lecture halls, and collaborative areas are offered by ViewSonic's UNIVERSE. Through individualized avatars, students can communicate with peers and express themselves. They can interact with classmates in a secure digital environment using intuitive controls, making it easy for them to form a personal and meaningful connection. Emojis, realistic spatialized audio, private and group conversations, and all forms of communication can be carried out naturally.
To best meet the needs of each class, teachers can use all-inclusive teaching methods like screen-sharing, showing a video feed, and developing pop quizzes. While this is going on, students can work together in the main learning area through open conversations or separate into individual meeting rooms for more concentrated talks.
Depending on the learning circumstance, teachers can switch between the Lecture Mode and Discussion Mode using features designed specifically for classroom management. Additionally, after every session, teachers may get thorough learning reports that give them data-driven insights for better learning outcomes in a digital learning environment. These reports also give insight into the engagement levels of the students.