Jaguar Landrover Innovation Days in pictures

Jaguar Landrover Innovation Days in pictures

Norman Hurley, Key Automotive Manager and Russell Smith, Product Marketing Manager, recently represented Balluff at Jaguar Landrover's Innovation Days, from 6-7th February. The team had a great two days discussing how Balluff can support JLR on their digitalisation journey.

The two days were a huge success, allowing the Balluff team to showcase both our demo cases and our sophisticated technology, as well as reveal our brand new game - SmartSense, designed and produced by our very own Charlie Walker, Product Application Specialist.

Take a look at how the days unfolded in pictures:

Norman Hurley and Russell Smith  the morning before the event.

Norman Hurley and Russell Smith the morning before the event.

Norman demonstrating our Flexlink to a JLR apprentice.

Norman demonstrating our Flexlink to a JLR apprentice.

Norman and Russell pictured with our advanced IO-Link demo case and brand new Safety Over IO-Link Case.

Norman and Russell pictured with our advanced IO-Link demo case and brand new Safety Over IO-Link Case.

Adrian Sorsby also attended the event on Monday. Adrian is demonstrating our new Safety Demo Case to visitors.

Adrian Sorsby also attended the event on Monday. Adrian is demonstrating our new Safety Demo Case to visitors.

Visitors taking the opportunity to rise to the SmartSense challenge!

Visitors taking the opportunity to rise to the SmartSense challenge!

And the winner is…

Our Automotive Manager presenting an iPad mini to Chelsea Hipkiss for the winning score on our SmartSense interactive technology game.

Our Automotive Manager presenting an iPad mini to Chelsea Hipkiss for the winning score on our SmartSense interactive technology game.
Balluff SmartSense

SmartSense - The whole team were immensely proud to unveil our new interactive game, all of which is designed to demonstrate the brilliancy of our products and our latest sensor technology. Visitors were invited to have a go at our IO-Link game, in which they have just 60 seconds on the clock to switch off as many SmartLight's as possible using both speed and accuracy.