Robots are playing an increasingly important role in automated production environments. For example, palletizing and handling tasks can often be performed more cost-effectively and safely using robotic arms rather than multi-axis gantries or human labor. Robots can be flexibly adapted to new applications—a decisive factor for plant operators in times of ever-increasing product variability and shorter time-to-market requirements. The smooth integration of your robots into the automated process requires reliable, error-free communication of sensors, servomotors and cameras. Only through industrial communication solutions is it possible for such complex interaction. When you choose Hilscher, you're getting proven technological know-how and components from the world's leading manufacturer of industrial communication solutions.
Multiprotocol communication in your product – our chips and modules for your highly integrated solutions.
Network your machines and devices - efficiently and flexibly with any network standard based on our ready-made communication solutions.
Industry 4.0 with us – the Hilscher IoT eco system supports you set up modern solutions.
The right communication solution for your industry – trust our years of experience as a market leader in automation.
From legacy fieldbuses to Industrial Ethernet and the networking of modern sensors right up to the cloud - here you will find industrial communication from Hilscher in practice.
With our IO-Link white label products you get the full communication competence of Hilscher in your configured product.
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