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What can Vention Automation Partners expect at Demo Day 2024

February 01, 2024 | Etienne Lacroix

Demo Day 2024_What to expect

Join us on September 18, 2024, at 1 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place during the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) for Demo Day 2024. This year’s theme, “Artificial Intelligence. Real Manufacturing Work,” highlights how AI is expanding the possibilities of the Vention Manufacturing Automation Platform, from design to deployment.

Registration for the in-person event is now open.

At Demo Day 2023, we expanded the Manufacturing Automation Platform with the launch of the Operate Pillar. These groundbreaking innovations enable real-time monitoring of machine health and performance, so our partners can ensure end-user machine performance and health.  

What will we launch this year you ask?  Here is a sneak peek. 

Artificial Intelligence. Real Manufacturing Work.

This year’s theme, “Artificial Intelligence. Real Manufacturing Work,” highlights the innovative technologies driving our 2024 product development. The new AI-driven cloud robotics capabilities make each stage of the manufacturing process—from sales, and design to operation—smarter and more intuitive. These advancements ensure that manufacturers of all sizes can benefit from robotics and AI. 

Design just got smarter

This year, MachineBuilder received its most comprehensive suite of enhancements in three years. 

Previously released during Automate 2024, specific product capabilities include a streamlined design flow, smarter part placement, enhanced part manipulation, and real-time design and part specifications. At Demo Day, we’re building upon these releases, changing the future of manufacturing automation sales and deployment with new AI-powered design capabilities.

Digital twins just got more accurate

Digital twin technology allows industrial manufacturers to simulate their programs in a realistic, cloud-based environment with a replica of the physical machine. This near-perfect digital twin enables integrators to optimize designs virtually before implementing them in the real world, reducing the risk of costly deployment errors and unplanned downtime.

At Demo Day 2024, Vention will reveal the most accurate digital twin technology on the market. With enhanced simulation capability, this will yield the highest fidelity between virtual simulations and real-life performance ever experienced in industrial automation. Get ready to see how the advancements will change your approach to sales, design and deployment

Robot programming just got easier

For years, MachineLogic has empowered integrators to program automated equipment and robot cells in an intuitive code-free environment. Recently, native Python programming capabilities were added to empower more advanced programming capabilities. 

This year, MachineLogic is taking simplicity to the next level. In our biggest MachineLogic announcement yet, we will reveal how Vention is integrating AI to further streamline the programming process, allowing for even higher accuracy and faster deployment times. Get ready to see how AI will revolutionize your robot programming experience.

Motion control just entered a new era

When MachineMotion was launched in 2017, it disrupted the industry as the first enclosure-free, plug-and-play motion controller. Its powerful yet simplistic technology allowed integrators to speed up automation deployment without the requirement to scale overhead.

This year, witness the next era of MachineMotion, where cutting-edge advancements will redefine motion control and push the boundaries of what’s possible in industrial automation.

Register for Demo Day 2024

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the future of manufacturing automation. Register now for Demo Day 2024: 

Europe: September 18, 2024, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. CET in our Berlin office. Register here. 

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