From November 14 to 16, 2023, Leuze will be presenting its latest innovations and highlights to visitors to the SPS trade fair in Nuremberg.
The Leuze stand at SPS is designed to be lively and interactive, inviting visitors to discuss and discover new products and product highlights from the sensor expert, a global player in the fields of production, logistics and service. The show stand will also reflect the company's 60th anniversary.
Focus on sensors and safety solutions for intralogistics
A large part of the stand will be devoted to sensors and safety solutions specially designed for intralogistics: Leuze will be presenting a live shuttle system that handles unstable containers and bulk packaging in a wide variety of formats. With the help of various Leuze sensors, demanding automated order-picking solutions can be realized for all areas of warehouse logistics.
In addition to its product innovations for intralogistics, Leuze will be presenting an addition to its extensive range of safety solutions. This new safety solution protects the transfer stations of robots and Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs). Leuze will present an AGV in action, protected by the Leuze RSL 400 safety laser scanner.
"More than you expect": solutions for packaging processes
Under this slogan, innovative sensors for automated packaging processes in the food and pharmaceutical industries will be presented at the Leuze stand. The sensor expert will be presenting new, robust stainless steel sensors in various shapes and sizes, featuring smooth stainless steel surfaces, high resistance to cleaning agents and a high degree of tightness.
Leuze will also be showcasing new high-performance image processing tools. The sensors in the Simple Vision series are convincing in their versatility and ease of use. The new IVS 108 is ideal for detecting the presence of objects. The IVS 1048i / DCR 1048i series also performs counting and measuring tasks, or reads codes.
60 years, a milestone in Leuze's history
The company's anniversary will also be celebrated on the trade show stand. How did Leuze become an international expert in sensors for automation technology when it was originally known for spinning and weaving? Visitors will find the answer to this question and many other aspects of the company on the stand. What were the technological milestones in the company's history? How did internationalization come about? And...: Who are the Sensor People?