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Diverseco Announce Appointment as Official Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) Partner

2020-07-10T08:45:27+09:30 2nd July 2020|

Diverseco are excited to announce the new addition of Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) to our growing portfolio of industry-leading automation and robotics systems. Continuing our suite of partnerships with outstanding robotics companies, we’re proud to have Konica Minolta and MiR alongside our other product offerings, which are pivotal to the success of various industries. MiR plays an important role in the evolving industry, logistics, and manufacturing sectors by adding highly reliable, robus… Read More

Waste Robotics – Frequently Asked Questions

2020-05-15T10:00:43+09:30 12th May 2020|

The waste management and recycling industry has seen an increase in the adoption of automated recycling and waste management systems. These systems are revolutionising these industries through a combination of intelligent AI vision and robot arms. We’ve put together a list of the most common frequently asked questions to assist you in learning about these fantastic systems. How much is your robot? Waste Robotics designs robotic sorting systems specifically adapted for the application.  A… Read More

Cobots 2020: Diverseco to Present at Collaborative Robotics Forum in Melbourne 12 + 13 March 2020

2020-03-11T11:22:14+10:30 28th February 2020|

Diverseco is proud to be a key sponsor and a collaborative robotics partner for the upcoming COBOTS 2020: Intelligent And Collaborative Robotics Automation Forum to be held at the Melbourne Hotel, Melbourne, Australia, Thursday 12 and Friday 13 March 2020. The event has been carefully researched and curated by the organisers to deliver  state of the art insights from industry leaders and academics on the application of intelligent and collaborative robotics automation, trends and applications… Read More

Diverseco Announce Appointment as Official Solomon Vision Partner

2020-03-11T11:22:27+10:30 12th February 2020|

Diverseco are excited to announce the addition of Solomon Vision and its award-winning suite of innovative products to its Robotics portfolio. In a statement from Solomon Vision chairman and Founder Johnny Chen, “Solomon are happy to welcome Diverseco in Australia to our global family of distributors. We appreciate Diverseco’s long history of systems integration with other leading global technology brands and look forward to Diverseco implementing Solomon Vision into their growing capabiliti… Read More

Diverseco Announce OnRobot EoAT Agency for Australia

2020-01-13T09:03:59+10:30 10th January 2020|

Diverseco are delighted to announce our appointment as an official Australian OnRobot integration partner.   OnRobot are the world’s premier supplier of plug-and-produce end-of-arm tooling (EoAT) for both collaborative and industrial robot applications. OnRobot’s innovative grippers, sensors, and tool changers help manufacturers gain the full advantage of collaborative and lightweight industrial robots, including ease of use, cost-effectiveness, and safety alongside human workers. Diver… Read More

How Safe Can a Robot Actually Be? Very. Doosan Cobots Represent the Pinnacle of Safety

2019-11-26T09:46:42+10:30 21st November 2019|

In January of this year, the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) published its definition of collaborative robots in a paper titled, “IFR publishes collaborative industrial robot definition and estimates supply”, distinguishing which cobots satisfy the requirements of ISO 10218-1 and which do not. ISO 10218-1 is an international standard which regulates safety design, protective actions and guidelines of industrial robots. Doosan’s cobots well exceed these minimum standards. _______… Read More

An Indispensable asset for any material recovery facility

2019-11-07T16:21:37+10:30 7th November 2019|

When developing countries such as China opened the floodgates to receiving waste recyclables after it became a member of Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), there was no need to separate the seven categories of plastics. It’s easier and more economical for Australian companies to bundle it up and export it to China for ‘recycling.’ In 2017, Australia’s exports to China amounted to over 600,000 tonnes. These business practices have changed, of course, since China ena… Read More

Robotic Waste Sorting: The Picks-Per-Minute Illusion

2019-11-19T14:25:31+10:30 7th November 2019|

Recycling or waste sorting involves recognising precisely recyclable objects and extracting them as rapidly as possible to put them in the right bin. Human pickers are fantastic waste sorting machines. Their eyes are colour and stereoscopic vision systems that can capture 24 images per second. Their brain can process all of these images, learn to recognize any target object, and calculate the trajectory of an object on a moving conveyor. Furthermore, the brain can develop a complex grappling str… Read More

Case Study: Flexible and Consistent Arc Welding Using Kawasaki R series Robots

2019-09-23T08:01:23+09:30 17th September 2019|

The following case study is about the use of Kawasaki’s very versatile, high-performance R series robots in demanding arc welding applications. While the scope of works in this instance is less than that delivered by Diverseco (then trading as RTA) at the Toyota Motor Company Australia and Mitsubishi Motors, the case study does describe how these robots can be employed to improve productivity and product quality. OVERVIEW As experienced arc welders become an increasingly scarce resource an… Read More

Calculating Robotics Return on Investment

2020-01-07T11:01:41+10:30 29th August 2019|

It’s no secret that robotics technologies can automate repetitive, time consuming manual tasks. In fact, robotics enable any enterprise to boost productivity, quality and efficiency. All this leads to lower costs, increased profitability, improved customer satisfaction, and reduced WHS risks. What is often less understood are the processes involved in visioning, designing and commissioning a robotics system that realises your operational objectives and how to calculate the rapid return on inve… Read More

Automating assembly processes using the duAro cobot

2019-06-13T16:14:59+09:30 1st May 2019|

In this thoroughly engaging video, Kawasaki Robotics’ KTV team demonstrate why the duAro collaborative robot can easily automate a wide range of assembly processes. The duAro’s two co-located arms affords it great flexibility in assembly processes with one arm holding the assembly while the other moves the piece parts into position. This reduces the cost of jigs and other fixtures. Alternatively, both arms can be used to the piece parts to the assembly. Also, if your parts are loosel… Read More

RTA to exhibit a robot welding cell at NMW 2019

2019-06-13T16:14:59+09:30 24th April 2019|

The team at Robot Technologies-Systems Australia (RTA) are excited about the prospect of exhibiting at National Manufacturing Week (NMW) 2019. Celebrating its 20th anniversary, NMW is Australia’s largest gathering of manufacturing decision-makers under one roof. It is the one place for the manufacturing community to come together to be inspired, innovate and connect with one another over the three days. This year’s theme at NMW is ‘Industrial Evolution’ to represent the transform… Read More

Kawasaki showcases robotic materials handling applications at Automate 2019

2019-06-13T16:14:59+09:30 15th April 2019|

The team from Kawasaki TV (KTV) showcase some awe-inspiring materials handling applications at Automate 2019. These include: high-speed palletising and using the Kawasaki’s state-of-the-art CP180L palletiser robot that boasting cycle times of up to 2050 cycles per hour; a RS007L pick and place robot equipped with a vision system and overdrive feature that enables it to perform processes at lightning speed; and a duAro II cobot. To discover more about how materials handling robots can tra… Read More

The Ultimate Guide to Palletising Automation

2019-09-16T08:02:55+09:30 28th March 2019|

Introduction In the present state of the manufacturing, agriculture, mining, retail, and logistics industries there exists a rapidly growing requirement for increased operational speed and efficiency.  As operations grow, expand and flex to accommodate customer requirements, it’s become increasingly clear that the required production line throughput, efficiency and responsiveness to sustain growth and customer satisfaction are impeded by available warehouse space, labour shortages, looming WH… Read More

RTA Exhibits Collaborative Robot at Auspack

2019-06-13T16:14:59+09:30 26th March 2019|

RTA, alongside our sister Diverseco company AccuPak, is excited to be exhibiting a state-of-the-art Kawasaki duAro collaborative robot (cobot) at AUSPACK 2019. Being able to work alongside humans, often without the need for safety guarding, cobots open vast new applications for robot technology. The duAro cobot that RTA will be showcasing at stand C220 is a remarkable piece of robotic automation. It can be easily integrated into existing production environments, and the tasks it can perfo… Read More

Toyota Ends Australian Operations

2019-06-13T16:15:01+09:30 2nd October 2017|

It was saddening to witness the last Australian-made Camry roll off the Toyota’s production line this week. For the past three decades, the team at Robot Technologies-Systems Australia has been fortunate to work with an exceptional group of people at one the best performing Toyota plants. As sole supplier of Kawasaki robotics systems for applications that included welding, cutting, painting and materials handling, we were privileged to have played such an integral role in Toyota’s operations… Read More

Doug Smith from RTA speaks at Future Unpacked: Industry Game Changers event

2019-06-13T16:15:02+09:30 22nd August 2017|

RTA founder, Doug Smith was a speaker on a panel at Future Unpacked: Industry Game Changers event, powered by PKN Packaging News and Food & Drink Business Magazine. The event, which attracted an audience of over 200 industry leaders, tackled subject matter about the tsunami of innovation and technology that’s heading our way, and how these powerful forces can be harnessed to propel the food and beverage industry into the future. The panel session explored how a connected infrastructure of… Read More

RTA Key Contributor to Packaging Technology Industry Report

2019-06-13T16:15:04+09:30 1st July 2017|

RTA Founder Doug Smith was a key contributor to the PKN and Food & Drink Business Packaging Technology Report 2017. The report was based on the findings of an in-depth industry survey of current Australian industry practices, drivers and future plans related to the purchase of packaging line equipment and robotics automation technology. The report also explored equipment procurement practices, pertaining to the selection, purchase and commissioning of packaging equipment. Respondents to the… Read More

BOC Opens Applications Technology Centre that showcases RTA’s world leading robotics technology

2019-06-13T16:15:07+09:30 1st December 2016|

A new-concept welding facility opened by BOC at its Rocklea site in Brisbane is set to be an exciting new hub for product applications and testing, research and development, and training. The facility will primarily be used to demonstrate the latest in welding, cutting and heating technology and a robotics automation system supplied by BOC’s automation partner Robot Technologies-Systems Australia. Officially opened during a three day onsite event in November, the Applications Technology Centre… Read More

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