iCobot: technical assistant for sensor production

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iCobot: technical assistant for sensor production

Mario Haselböck | 20.02.2019 | 805 words | 6 minutes reading time

Robots that work interactively with humans. Controlled by sensors - and with a face of its own? Sounds like the future - which is actually happening: for example at the Frauscher sensor production in St. Marienkirchen near Schärding.

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A “Schuhplattler” for the 30th anniversary

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A “Schuhplattler” for the 30th anniversary

Stefan Daller | 02.11.2017 | 704 words | 5 minutes reading time

A 1980’s innovative start-up that has grown to a global technology leader with more than 350 employees – the foundation for this success story was laid in 1987 by Josef Frauscher, when he invented his first inductive wheel sensor for detecting railway train wheels. Now in 2017 we’re celebrating our company’s 30th anniversary.

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