Sensors guarantee obstacle detection at doors
From 18–23 October in Brussels, at the 25th edition of Busworld, the most well-known trade fair for the bus and coach industry, Mayser will present ultramodern obstacle detection sensors at Booth 131 A in Hall 1. The focus of this year’s exhibit will be on Mayser products that significantly increase the safety of bus and coach travel. International visitors to the Mayser booth can learn all about reliable drag-along detection, safety steps as surface sensors, the non-touch detection system, and sensor profiles.
Mayser expands training and study opportunities in IT sector
Employers throughout Germany face the same challenge: The demand for specialists in the IT sector is growing faster than the training opportunities. To counteract the shortage of specialists Mayser is integrating two new occupations in the company’s training and study program. Starting in September, school-leavers can start training as an IT specialist for system integration, and starting in autumn 2020 they can begin an integrated course of studies in business information technology.
At the company’s locations in Germany, Mayser, the specialist for safety technology, foam technology and moulding, employs people of 30 different nationalities – some of whom have only rudimentary knowledge of the German language. To improve in-house communication and interaction with fellow employees, and to ensure work safety and high quality, Mayser is now offering a course in German at the location in Lindenberg. Simultaneously, measures are being implemented to integrate the employees both within the company and outside. Since February, 18 employees “go to school” twice a week for one-and-a-half hours in a 15-week course to learn the basics of the German language.
Smart technology for the construction vehicles of tomorrow
The construction sector faces new challenges in view of the future trend toward “autonomous construction machines” and increasingly stringent emissions regulations. Mayser presents suitable solutions in the form of ultrasonic sensors and acoustically effective interior components for cabs at this year’s construction machinery trade fair Bauma.
The ultrasonic sensor family from Mayser USA Inc. protects people from injuries and objects from damage in an automated world.
Belleville, MI, October 18. 2018 - At FabTech 2018 in Atlanta, Mayser USA will present itself as a leading specialist in the field of non-contact detection for the protection of persons and objects. The focus at FabTech will be on the revolutionary technology of Mayser ultrasonic sensors.
Non-touch sensors provide special protection for people with limited mobility.
Lindenberg/Ulm, 14 September 2018 – At InnoTrans 2018 Mayser will present its solutions as a leading specialist for improved safety in local public transport. The focus of this year’s trade fair will be on non-touch safety systems for bus and train doors. Capacitive sensors substantially reduce the risk of falling.
Reliable, watertight obstacle detection
Ulm 24/01/2018 – In the vicinity of doors, gates and windows, safety and reliability in all weather conditions are very important. Despite being designed for DIY assembly and installation, Mayser safety systems offer protection against penetration of water according to degree of protection IP67, even in construction environments. At R+T Mayser will present the entire family of sensor profiles with different sizes for every application and different overtravel distance requirements.
Interior systems and acoustic insulation for numerous applications like roof liners for construction and agricultural machines or motorhomes
Lindenberg/Ulm, 2 August 2017 – For more than four decades, Mayser has been international solution provider and specialist for the complex developments of smaller and medium-sized series. At the Fakuma in Friedrichshafen, one of the most important trade fairs for plastic processing, Mayser will be in hall B2, booth B2-2002, exhibiting individual solutions with compression and special foams, thermo-moulded parts and acoustic foams for noise insulation.
New developments and optimisations for a safe entry and exit at Busworld 2017
Lindenberg/Ulm, 26 July 2017 – At the world's largest trade show for service buses and coaches, which is held in Kortrijk Belgium, Mayser is exhibiting as specialist for greater safety on booth R23A. Thanks to more than 30 years of experience with safety systems, Mayser has taken a leading role in protecting against hazard sources in the public transport sector. Fire retardant sensors and cables, as well as the proven Non-Touch Detection System will be presented at Busworld.
Numerous product innovations as well as advancements and optimisations of proven solutions at Motek 2017
Lindenberg/Ulm, 20 July 2017 – At the international trade show Motek in Stuttgart, Mayser presents itself at booth 8224 in hall 8 as expert for safety and foam technology and shows numerous advancements and user solutions from both fields. Protection with the help of ultrasonic sensors directly in the fork of a forklift will be demonstrated live
Innovative developments for the vehicle interior in the field of foam technology and in safety technology
Lindenberg/Ulm, May 24, 2017 – At the trade show automotive interiors EXPO 2017, June 20 to 22, in Stuttgart, Mayser presented itself as international provider of solutions and specialist for complex series development at booth A5024 in hall 5. In the field of foam technology, as for example with modified laminating foam for interior parts or with carrier substances for steering wheel heaters, as well as in the field of safe sensory analysis, Mayser has shown its convincing know-how for decades.
The positive economic developments require reconstruction
Ulm 12/05/2017 – The Mayser group with nearly 400 employees in Ulm numbers among the leading manufacturers of tactile sensors and has a great reputation for the development of innovative products and individual solutions for cars, industry and public transport. The growth dynamic of the company requires a spatial expansion in the next few years.
Seven-figure investments in building restoration, machine park and workplace security
Lindenberg 02/05/2017 – Mayser has been residing in Lindenberg since 1833. The former straw hat factory has turned into a company that not only produces hats, but also high-quality products and system solutions for safety engineering, foam technology & moulding and the innovations field as an internationally acting group of companies. An investment in the future is now made at the Lindenberg location.
Unique ultrasonic sensor for a safer collaboration
Ulm 8th February 2017 – The medium-sized company in southern Germany, whose company history ranges from the manufacture of hats to Industry 4.0, has developed a worldwide unique ultrasonic sensor that makes numerous areas of work and life of people safer. Among other things, Ultrasonic safety enables safe collaboration of humans and robots for Cobot applications and provides a functionally safe solution for the protection of tools and workpieces.
Mayser presents a new ultrasonic sensor system for a variety of personnel safety applications and automation for logistics
Lindenberg/Ulm 6th February 2017 – from 14th to 16th of March Mayser will present itself at the LogiMAT 2017 in Stuttgart as an expert in the safety of objects and personnel in the logistics industry. The company develops comprehensive solution approaches for fast and efficient, but nevertheless safe automation. That includes in particular functionally safe Ultrasonic safety. It protects personnel, for example during the work with forklift trucks or driverless transport systems (FTS).
Together, Mayser and KUKA present a reliable solution for Cobot tool safety for a KUKA LBR iiwa
Lindenberg/Ulm 14.12.2016 – Automated production will become even faster, more efficient and more interconnected in the future. To this end, Mayser develops holistic solutions that allow safe collaboration between humans and robots. The worldwide innovation of ultrasonic safety is another important step on this journey. Together with KUKA, who are well known for their custom automation solutions, an advance development has been realised using this functionally reliable ultrasonic sensor to provide protection from a KUKA LBR iiwa’s sharp tool in the Cobot environment. This development is unique on the market.
High speeds and reliable protection in Cobot processes
Lindenberg/Ulm, 2016-10-19 – Mayser goes one step further in terms of the protection for collaborating, cooperating and coexisting systems: as well as pressure-sensitive protection, they now also use non-contact monitoring for Cobot workplaces. Mayser, as an expert for safety in automation processes, presented at Motek 2016 a corresponding study on capacitive partial protection for robot arms and environment monitoring using safe ultrasound.
From individual product to holistic solution
Lindenberg/Ulm, 26.08.2016 – From 10 to 13 October, Mayser will be exhibiting at Motek in Stuttgart as an expert for safety in automation processes. In Hall 8 at Stand 8214, the company will showcase a safety system with components that can be used individually or in combination. That means the highest possible protection for people working with robots and automated systems. It uses safe ultrasonic sensors, pressure-sensitive and capacitive sensors as well as the soft cover solution.
Lindenberg/Ulm, 28 July 2016 – From 20 to 23 September, Mayser is presenting at the leading international trade fair for transport technology – InnoTrans – in Berlin. The focus will be on safety systems for vehicle doors on buses and rail vehicles. Whether Non-Touch Detection Systems or tactile sensors, the safety technology expert is presenting solutions that enable passengers to get on and off safely.
Lindenberg/Ulm, 1st July 2016 – From the 21st to 24th June, Mayser has been presenting itself for the first time as an HRC system supplier at Automatica in Munich. The company exhibited a safety system specially tailored to robotics, which includes the immediate environment, the robot itself and also the area around the tools and the work piece. Pressure sensitive and capacitive 3D collision protection systems will be used, as will safe ultrasonic sensors, surface sensors and soft cover. The system components can be individually assembled, which means that they meet many different safety requirements.
Lindenberg/Ulm/Munich, 21 June 2016 – Humans, machines and transport vehicles in production processes are collaborating increasingly closer together and share common working spaces – this affects human-robot collaboration, intralogistics and production lines. To ensure maximum safety for humans, non-touch systems safeguard the aforementioned areas. Now Mayser has developed its ultrasonic technology to create an ultrasonic safety system and is consequently entering into additional areas of application for non-touch safety applications, for example in harsh environments.
Ulm, 9th May 2016 – From 21st to 24th June, Mayser will present itself for the first time as an HRC system supplier at the Automatica in Munich. In Hall B05, on Stand 513, the company will show-case safety concepts specially geared to robotics. The systems feature pressure-sensitive and capacitive 3D components, ultrasonic safety devices, area sensors and soft covers. In these solutions, Mayser applies to robotics the vast expertise it has gained from the automotive and industrial fields. The systems are designed to ensure top protection of humans working with robots.
Lindenberg/Munich, 31 May 2016 – At Automotive Interiors in Stuttgart from the 31 May to the 2 June, Mayser is presenting specialised foams for the interiors of cars and commercial vehicles. The focus is on INDUCON®, a specialised polyurethane foam, which thanks to various processing methods can be exactly tailored to a wide range of requirements. For example, INDUCON® is used as a laminating foam for interiors or as a carrier material for steering wheel heating systems. INDUCON® is certified according to ISO 9001:2008 and complies with the fire protection provisions according to ISO 3795 and MVSS 302.
The world's largest trade fair for buses and coaches, Busworld Kortrijk, will take place from 16 to 21 October 2015. Mayser will take this opportunity to present its capacitive protection system ‘Non-Touch Detection’ for bus doors for the first time. An additional innovation presented in conjunction with proven Mayser Obstacle Detection Systems is Mayser RoadFR, a flame-retardant cable specially developed for bus applications.
At the InnoTrans, the International Trade Fair for Transport Technology, Mayser is presenting its range of safety systems for vehicle doors from 23 to 26 September 2014. The main focus this year is on the “Non-Touch Detection System”, ready for series production, which extends the proven tactile Obstacle Detection and Drag Detection Systems from Mayser for public local transport with a “non-touch” version.