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bullet  Synopsis of the Industry:
The worldwide Factory Automation market is estimated to exceed $130 billion and represents one of the most dynamic and high tech industrial segments today. Modern technological devices, particularly in the areas of computers, electronics, thermodynamics, and mechanics, have made automatic and semiautomatic machines a reality. The development of such automation is bringing about a second industrial revolution and is causing vast changes in commerce as well as the way work is organized. Such technological changes and the need to improve productivity and quality of products in traditional factory systems also changed industrial management practices.

Automation is universally applied to a wide spectrum of industry including the
manufacture of foodstuffs, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and electronic equipment,
and is used in steel mills, automobile plants, and the manufacture of most
industrial goods.

bullet  Segments served:

PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers)
Micro PLC
Networked PLC
Embedded PLC

Software
SCADA
HMI
Soft PLC
DCS/PCS
Hybrid Systems
MES

Machine Vision
PC Based Vision Systems
1D/2D Identification Systems
OCR
Bar Code
Data Matrix
Web Inspection Systems
RFID

Sensors
Proximity
Photo
Laser
Vision

 

I/O
Ethernet I/O
Distributed I/O
Fieldbus/DeviceNet/Profibus/Modbus

Drives/Motion Control
Variable Speed Drives (AC/DC)
Motion / Servo Control
Linear Motion
X-Y Positioning Tables
Linear Bearings
AC/DC Motors

Robotics
Cartesian Robots
Articulated and Non-Articulated
Robots
SCARA Robots

Power
MCC (Motor Control Centers)
Power Distribution (Low/Medium/High) Switchgear
Components

Building Automation
Building Automation Systems
BACnet/LonWorks
Security Management Systems
Facility Management Systems
Access Control

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