The MODEX expo is always one of the biggest events of the year. Hytrol is bringing some of their latest designs to the show. A place to feature some of the latest developments in the industry, Hytrol is going to take this year’s expo by storm. Hytrol has developed a strong reputation for being one of the leaders in the area of virtual reality and augmented reality. This year is going to be no different.
This year, Hytrol is going to be featuring an advanced, fully-functioning conveyor loop. This loop is a demonstration of Hytrol’s commitment to moving the industry forward. Hytrol is going to demonstrate how their new products and applications work.
One of the highlights of the Hytrol booth this year is going to be the ProSort 1100. This is a smaller, higher-speed shoe sorter. It even has a breakaway shoe. This product is made to handle items that might be a bit smaller, making it useful for those who work in the eCommerce space. The role of the breakaway shoe is to allow for positive diverting. Even though the diversion is taking place, the tool can still provide an essential run-through-jam-condition function. The slats of the ProSort have been designed to clean out debris. There is also a rib that prevents products from falling through the sorter. This means that products can be sorted more quickly without leading to a crash or shutdown.
Another one of the product highlights from Hytrol is going to be the EZLogic 4.0. This is the latest development in the EZLogic space. This product has been designed for anyone who is looking for an advanced control system. This device allows the user to control two separate zones with a single controller. It also allows an engineering controls team to connect numerous digital devices on a single cable. This means that projects can run more efficiently with advanced analytics capabilities and remote diagnostics. This program is going to reduce installation costs while increasing productivity.
At the expo, Hytrol is also going to have a meeting room set up. There, they will be able to meet with visitors and attendees who would like to learn more about Hytrol’s virtual reality tools and how they can help someone run their company.
Of course, Hytrol is also going to feature their virtual reality booths and augmented reality maintenance tools. There are numerous virtual environments where attendees can see what Hytrol’s applications would look like in action. The augmented reality maintenance tool can also be useful in repairing machinery, reducing the learning curve for key maintenance tasks. This has become one of the defining features of Hytrol and is going to be on display once again at this year’s MODEX expo.
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