Man v. Machine: How the future of industrial robots working alongside mankind will open up new revenues and opportunities for the automation industry.

Directors such as Ridley Scott have never shied away from the post modernism scenario of ‘man vs. machine’ in a futuristic planet earth, where artificial intelligent has been integrated into society and considered arch enemies and stereotypically ‘want to take over the world’.

In a 21st century society where the use of technology is becoming a dependable source for day to day survival, is Ridley Scott’s Bladerunner becoming a more accurate example of what futuristic earth will be in 2100?

In a rapidly growing sector such as industrial automation, engineers working in process and manufacturing industries are increasingly depending on robotics to keep up with the pace of their production line. Industrial robots are an accelerated comparison to assembly line workers and an almost guaranteed ‘around the clock’ labour. ISO 8373 defines these machines as automatically controlled, reprogrammable, multi-purpose manipulator programmable in three or more axes.

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Meet the Team: Philip Clark (Radwell-Indiana)

In this week’s MEET THE TEAM Employee feature, we’re featuring Philip Clark, A Parts Purchaser at Radwell-Indiana.

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Meet the Team-Mike Shaw (Radwell-Canada)

This week’s Meet The Team Employee being featured is Mike Shaw, Driver/Facilities at Radwell-Canada.

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7 Ways to Maintain A Safe Warehouse Environment

One of the most important things to have knowledge of when working in an industrial automation or warehouse environment is maintaining a safe workplace for all levels of employees. Jim Malia, Warehouse Manager, and Gary Wenrich, Logistics Operations Manager, both at Radwell International's headquarters in Lumberton, NJ,  offered some basic operating principles that can help anyone in a warehouse environment operate in a safe manner.

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MEET THE TEAM: ROSE MANOGUE-Radwell NJ

In this week’s MEET the TEAM Employee feature, we’re featuring Rose Manogue, who is the Payroll Supervisor at Radwell International.

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RadStar-Ashley Bertram (Radwell Indiana)

This week’s RadStar is Ashley Bertram, A Strategic Services Service Writer at Radwell-Indiana.

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Using X-Ray Technology in the Repair Process: Turning Impossible into Possible

From the first day it arrived at Radwell International, our x-ray unit has been an incredibly useful and valuable tool to help our technicians help our customers. By utilizing the x-ray machine, our customers benefit from an additional level of testing, evaluation and inspection that wasn’t possible prior to the machine’s arrival.

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RadStar-Coral Eardley (Radwell-UK)

This week’s RadStar is Coral Eardley, a Warehouse Receiver at Radwell-United Kingdom.

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Radwell in Latin America

Radwell in Latin America

People may not realize that Radwell International has a dedicated Latin American division to support our customers. This division consists of a specialized Bilingual Customer Focused Team which handles and secures the quality and timely delivery of products. In addition, we have an inside/outside sales department, tasked with building relationships and meeting with customers to satisfy their product needs. Finally, we have a Bilingual Marketing Assistant, who coordinates tradeshows and supports sales efforts.

Today, Radwell sells industrial electronic products to 18 Latin American countries and we are hoping to add one more country to the list, as we witness the United States rebuild diplomatic relations with Cuba. Each year, we try to participate in at least two major tradeshows in Latin America. Some of the main benefits of attending these tradeshows are the opportunities to meet with existing and new customers in one place. In addition, tradeshows allow Radwell to make different strategies and competitive agreements.

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Social Media and Industrial Automation Becoming Friends

Social Media has taken the world by storm over the last decade and only recently have businesses begun to utilize it to connect with their customers in more than a “here’s our product” sort of way. Customers, especially the younger generations, want to feel like they are part of something, not just buying a product. This is where social media becomes a significant tool for marketing. If done correctly, it connects your followers to the spirit of your company. They connect with your company and feel like they are part of something more.

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