Automation: System integrator leading corporate affiliations


Oak Brook, IL —Automation system integrators name their corporate affiliations when applying for listings in the Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide. The top three corporate vendor affiliations by integrators in the 2007 guide are Allen-Bradley (Rockwell Automation) at 34%, Wonderware (Invensys) 29%, and GE Fanuc Automation 26%.

Other leading corporate affiliations are Rockwell Automation 25%, Rockwell Software 24%, Siemens 19%, and Schneider Electric 18%. Others, in descending order are Microsoft, ABB, Phoenix Contact, National Instruments, General Electric, AutomationDirect, DVT (Cognex), Cognex, Emerson Process, Opto 22, Eaton Electrical, Omron Electronic, Fanuc Robotics, and Honeywell.

Use the multiparameter search to search by corporate affiliation or six other parameters in the Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide .

Mark T. Hoske , editor in chief, and Vance VanDoren, consulting editor
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