Product experience: Who leads with automation system integrators?

Among 1465 system integrators in the Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide, a vast majority, 71%, say they have experience with Rockwell Automation Allen-Bradley products, 53% Siemens, 51% Wonderware, and 50% Schneider Electric. Rankings of the top 30 follow.

10/04/2007


Among 1465 system integrators in the Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide , a vast majority, 71%, say they have experience with Rockwell Automation Allen-Bradley products, 53% Siemens, 51% Wonderware, and 50% Schneider Electric. For rankings of the top 30, see below.

1 Rockwell Automation
2 Siemens
3 Wonderware
4 Schneider Electric
5 Rockwell Automation
6 GE Fanuc Automation
7 Rockwell Software
8 Microsoft
9 ABB
10 General Electric
11 Opto 22
12 Omron Electronic
13 Phoenix Contact
14 Eaton
15 Autodesk
16 Emerson Process
17 Honeywell Process Systems
18 Rittal
19 Baldor
20 National Instruments
21 Mitsubishi
22 Fluke
23 tie Foxboro (Invensys)
23 tie Hewlett-Packard
24 Parker
25 Action Instruments (Invensys)
26 tie AutomationDirect
26 tie Pepperl + Fuchs
27 Analog Devices
28 Nematron
29 IBM
30 Xycom Automation

For links to other automation system integrator rankings:

System integrators: Top professional organizations in 2007



Consulting editor Vance VanDoren compiled the statistics.

Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief
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