Using the Automation Integrator Guide
2014 Automation Integrator Guide: How to use the guide to system integrators in print, online. At bottom, link to all the articles in this year's guide.
Automation Integrator Guide is a global online guide to automation system integrator talent, providing information about size by annual revenue, industries served, geographic areas served, engineering specialties, product experience, corporate affiliations, and professional affiliations. See selected listings and profiles in print and online. Use the multiparameter search engine to quickly progress from “searching” to “finding” the right set of talent for the next automation project.
Control Engineering System Integrator Hall of Fame, www.controleng.com/SIY, links to prior winners of the System Integrator of the Year Awards, including expanded information about the winners highlighted in this issue. Congratulations to Cogent Industrial Technologies Ltd., Insist Avtomatika LLC, and Wood Group Mustang, the 2014 winners. Thanks also to the 2014 entrants and finalists.
Video clips: Get system integration advice from the winners www.controleng.com/videos. (Coming soon.)
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System Integrator Giants 2013: The largest 100 firms, by automation system integrator revenue, among those in the Automation Integrator Guide responding to the survey; link at the bottom of.
The Control System Integrator Association provides education, member resources, and system integration firm certification.
In this issue (Find links to each article at the bottom of this page.)
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