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When to automate: Conventional and robotic applications
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For modular conventional, robotic, or hybrid motion control applications, ensure that systems can scale with an operation, handle evolving packaging styles, and be redeployed to alternate production... Read More

Software designed for all-encompassing access
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Wonderware InTouch Access Anywhere from Invensys enables users to access plant-floor data at anytime, using any mobile device, including Microsoft Surface tablets, iPads, iPhones, Androids and others.Read More

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The worldwide HMI market continues to evolve to meet the needs manufacturers. This ARC insight explains how HMI Platforms evolve to become key automation solution components. Click to learn more.
Modular, all-in-one PLC has touchscreen, IO modules
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Product Exclusive: Unitronics announces the launch of its new generation of modular, all-in-one PLC: the Unitronics UniStream cuts costs, saves space, and decreases programming time with predictive... Read More

Multi-touch screen monitors
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American Industrial Systems' multi-touch screen monitors allow OEMs and designers to develop applications with simulatenous, dual-touch capability.Read More

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Computing node for harsh and rugged environments
Computing node for harsh and rugged environments

Kontron's VX3058 is a computing node designed for demanding military server and other high... Read More

Software development kit for Industrie 4.0, IIoT applications
Software development kit for Industrie 4.0, IIoT applications

Honeywell Process Solutions' (HPS) Matrikon OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA) software development... Read More

Vertical solid shaft motors for harsh environments
Vertical solid shaft motors for harsh environments

Siemens' HP100 and LP100 Simotics vertical solid shaft (VSS) NEMA premium motors are designed for... Read More

Multiple axis system with enhanced safety functions
Multiple axis system with enhanced safety functions

KEB America's multiple-axis system Combivert H6 features a TÜV-certified module that operates the... Read More

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