Unlock the gateway to the future of factory automation

Bosch Rexroth has posted a video providing a tour of its stand at the 2022 Hannover Messe. Here you can see how the company is unlocking the future of factory automation.

Highlights include the company’s ctrlX AUTOMATION platform which it says surmounts the classic boundaries between machine control, the IT world and the Internet of Things. The scalable platform enables the flexible design of centralised and decentralised automation topologies.

New products shown at the Hannover Messe include linear robots that can be used for diverse automation requirements such as joining and pressing, handling or dispensing. And you’ll also learn about how Bosch Rexroth is unlocking new possibilities in the field of mobile robotics and service robotics, plus you can discover the full line of 7-axis cobots from Kassow Robots.

Another highlight is Bosch Rexroth’s TS2 Booster (pictured), which the company says is ten times faster in short-cycle transfer, while still being highly precise in use. Unproductive times before and in the station are significantly reduced.

Bosch Rexroth

15 Cromwell Road
St Neots
PE19 2ES

+44 (0)345 6044106



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