We are creating a more connected industrial world that is not bound by cables, enabling a broad range of applications for a variety of industries. Applications include reliable and fast wireless communication for end effectors on collaborative robots, linear robots and transport track systems, condition monitoring, IIOT, machine retrofit, harsh environment cabling, revolving and dynamic components on machines, and more.
REDUCE MAINTENANCE COSTS
REDUCE DEPLOYMENT COMPLEXITY AND COST
INCREASE FLEXIBILITY AND MOBILITY
STANDARDS-BASED WIRELESS FACTORY AUTOMATION
Connectivity and IOT platforms are a foundational element of Industry 4.0 and they are at the heart of the industrial digital transformation. CoreTigo’s solution is based on the IO-Link Wireless standard and addresses the true need for wireless communication of sensors, actuators and devices at the field level in the factory that cannot be addressed today by existing wireless networks. We are providing the first wireless platform designed for factory automation that fits the demand for low latency, high reliability and scalability.
INDUSTRIAL-GRADE WIRELESS PRODUCTS
CoreTigo’s portfolio includes a range of hardware and software products fit for the harsh industrial environment. We are partnering with key industry players and experts to integrate and build the highest performance wireless products for factory automation.
HANNOVER MESSE 2019
Watch CoreTigo at the recent Hannover Messe show from April 2019. View a fully flexible industrial collaborative robot with no cables, equipped with CoreTigo’s IO-Link Wireless technology – the fastest, most reliable and cost effective wireless solution for industrial environments.
SKF Bearing Manufacturing Plant in France Deploys CoreTigo’s IO-Link Wireless Solution For Energy Conservation
CoreTigo, a provider of industrial wireless mission critical connectivity solutions, and SKF, a worldwide leading supplier of bearings, seals, mechatronic components and lubrication systems, have announced their collaboration at the SKF St. Cyr plant in France.