[KOREA PACK 2021] SP Systems introduces smart factory total solution

SP Systems booth at KOREA PACK Special & ICPI WEEK 2021 | Photo by AVING News

SP Systems participated in the KOREA MAT 2021& ICPI WEEK 2021 held at KINTEX, Goyang from May 25 (Tue) to 28 (Fri), and introduced its smart factory total solution for logistics and manufacturing advancement.

SP Systems focuses on supplying hardware such as logistics automation systems, industrial gantry robots, and cooperative robots. This time, it formed a joint booth with Micube Solution (CEO Park Mun-won, Shim Hyo-jun), the company that signed a strategic investment contract at this exhibition. This year, it unveiled a diverse lineup that provides hardware, solutions, and AI platforms needed for logistics automation and manufacturing intelligence.

Especially in this exhibition, the company introduced a collaborative robot equipped with an autonomous mobile robot (AMR) as a hardware product of the smart factory total solution lineup. It is an automated robot that can perform precision work for production and transfer, and with a high-performance 6-axis torque sensor, it can perform sophisticated tasks like a human arm. It boasts the highest level of stability through the highest level of collision sensitivity. In addition, a demonstration of the gantry robotics system that can be widely applied to automobile, display, construction, shipbuilding and secondary battery manufacturing processes was also held.

Micube Solution’s smart factory solution and AI platform play the role of upgrading the logistics and manufacturing process from an overall perspective. Its SmartFactory and SmartEES can track and manage the status of logistics, production, and equipment from order receipt to delivery. The manufacturing-specific AI platform helps to advance factory operations by providing functions such as predictive maintenance and search for optimal process conditions based on the data.

Also, IoT solution that stores, analyzes, and shares various facilities and sensor data in real time through the smart factory with remote maintenance feature SP RAS (Remote Access Service) was also exhibited.

Lim Seok-ho, Deputy General Manager of SP Systems who attended the exhibition, said, “Our main product the gantry, is directly processed and used with core parts. Above all, in the case of high-speed gantry products that can move up to 3M, we are designing them to function from a load of 300kg to a maximum of 1t.”

About the main target market, he said, “SP System’s gantry is used in all fields of aviation, shipbuilding, and construction and automobiles. It is especially popular in the automotive sector.”

Regarding the performance of participating in the exhibition, he said, “We are able to provide practical help to customers who are thinking about upgrading their factories by introducing customized lineups from automation systems to smart factory solutions and actual implementation cases according to customer needs.”

SP System’s exhibited products | Photo by AVING News

Before the opening of KOREA PACK 2021, an online exhibition hall service where visitors can see exhibitors’ products was unveiled on May 17 (Mon). This online exhibition hall was designed for overseas buyers who cannot enter Korea due to COVID pandemic and Korean SMEs having difficulty entering overseas. The organizer is supporting export channels by holding the first online export consultation at the KINTEX from May 25 to 28 for Korean exhibitors and buyers that have been matched.

Hosted by Kyongyon Exhibition Co., Korea Packaging Machinery Association, KIP, and PackNet, the items exhibited at KOREA PACK Special and ICPI WEEK 2021 are as follows. △Packaging machine △Packaging material △Packaging label/digital printing △Packaging robot △Pharmaceutical/cosmetic related machinery △Food related machinery △Package design △Packaging plant engineering system

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