Check out the video above for a brief history of Simatic control systems by Siemens. This video shows the beginnings of applications in industrial control systems way back in the 1950s and the direction of development for the future.
Check out the vast number of people at this Indian textile plant.
Not the best example of industrial automation but we found this video of a nail manufacturing plant in Korea interesting. Hope you enjoy.
Some people think that a negative side to automation is the reduction of jobs for actual humans. But this isn’t always such a bad thing. Below are some jobs that are downright boring or horribly disgusting, that we’re pretty sure no one misses.
In our second video we take a look at how automation is used in the manufacturing of LEGO. The production of the bricks is now almost completely automated and it only takes 10 seconds to make one brick, with 1.7 million bricks produced every hour. Never mind the machines though, I fancy a job as
In our first video we look at how industrial automation is used in the production of Pepsi. This is great video of the Pepsi production factory in Hawaii. If you look carefully you can spot a few Allen Bradley Panelview monitors (we only usually see broken touchscreens). So kick off your shoes, pour a glass