A survey by ABB finds there is a growing desire to reshore or nearshore manufacturing, but there's a major automation education gap, which could hamper efforts.
IfM Engage, University of Cambridge and ABB have teamed up to develop a blueprint for better and more sustainable ways of working.
Post-pandemic acceleration continues for robots in new sectors like logistics and retail, and speeds up for EV production as well as increased robotic adoption by manufacturers.
Integrating latest design technology and adding new jobs to build on nearly 50 years of growth in Florida.
The SACE Emax 2 air circuit breakers are rated up to 6,300 amps and have been designed to increase efficiency.
Simcoa used ABB’s submersible inspection robot service, TXplore, to perform an internal inspection for one of their power transformers that was leaking oil.
ABB’s subsea power distribution and conversion technology system brings the potential for cleaner, safer and more sustainable offshore oil and gas production for distances up to 600 km.
ABB's board has appointed Björn Rosengren as chief executive officer (CEO) effective March 1, 2020.
ABB has won a multi-million-dollar order to modernize a major oil refinery in Kazakhstan as part of the country's program to elevate the oil, gas and chemicals industry and accelerate growth nationally with digital technology.
The ReliaGear UL 1558 low-voltage switchgear features circuit breakers with embedded logic capabilities that make the switchgear safer and more compact, flexible, and reliable.
ABB expands large robot family with four energy saving models, 22 variants Four new robots with 22 variants offer greater choice for customers in automotive, EV and a wide range of sectors Enhanced range delivers superior performance and up to 20% energy savings Class-leading repeatability with a minimum of 0.03mm deviation to improve production quality ABB Robotics is expanding its large robot range with four new models and 22 variants offering more choice increased coverage and greater performance. The next generation models include the IRB 6710, IRB 6720, IRB 6730 and IRB 6740, suitable for payloads ranging from 150kg to 310kg, with a reach from 2.5m to 3.2m, offering customers greater choice and significant performance and energy efficiency improvements. “Sustainable production is a major priority of automotive manufacturers, with 78 percent of companies identifying it as important to their business and a further 77 percent identifying it as a priority for their customers” said Marc Segura, President of ABB’s Robotics Division. “ABB’s four new robots offer 22 variants and energy savings of up to 20 percent, responding to our customer’s needs; offering more choice and greater flexibility for more sustainable production.