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X-Ray Inspection Service

Scott offer an X-Ray Inspection Service to help a range of businesses, especially those in FMCG, find contaminants or imperfections in their product.

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Robotics in Timber Construction

Timber, or wood, one of the pre-industrial era’s most favoured building materials is currently experiencing a resurgence in use; fuelled in part by developments in CNC technologies, digital fabrication advancement and automation. Robotic fabrication techniques in timber construction have improved the way wood is used in construction, with the efficiency and flexibility of robotic automation key drivers for this resurgence.

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What you need to know about AGVs vs AMRs

Automated Guided Vehicles are a practical approach to materials handling operations, while the newer Autonomous Mobile Robots offer a more dynamic solution. With advantages to both, how do companies choose which is best for their facility?

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Machine Learning, Deep Learning & Neural Networks: Part 3

Machine Learning is being hailed as a game changer for robotics & automation for many reasons but in particular for the Vision, Picking, Movement and Data areas.

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Machine Learning, Deep Learning & Neural Networks: Part 2

There is a popular theory that it takes 10,000 hours of training for someone to be ‘good’ at something and even then they are still more likely to make errors on occasion – hence the term human error. Whereas the success of Deep Learning comes from the speed and precision with which the network is trained, often taking much less than 10,000 hours. In fact, a Neural Network can be trained in as little as a couple of hours, to a couple of days. 

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Machine Learning, Deep Learning & Neural Networks: Part 1

A branch of the Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning is opening up entirely new possibilities in the world of automation. Machine Learning is a class of algorithms that learn from data through supervised or unsupervised means. 

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Benefits of Using Simulation to Model AGV Systems

AGV system simulations can be extremely beneficial to both the client and the AGV manufacturer for several reasons.

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AGVs vs. AGCs, What is The Difference?

AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles) and AGCs (Automated Guided Carts) are both automated material handling equipment, utilizing similar operational components and navigation methods.

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The Best AGV Solutions by Industry

AGVs provide automated material transportation for a variety of industries. These vehicles can be modified with endless combinations to perfectly serve the challenges of any warehouse or manufacturing facility.

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How Much Does an AGV System Cost?

The truth is, there is no short answer for this question. The cost of an AGV system can have a vast range directly dependent on how complex the system is.  First however, let’s start with the basics.

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