System Integrators

System Integrators October 30, 2002

ISA 2002: CSIA gathers integrators at pavilion

Chicago, IL—The Control and Information System Integrators Association (CSIA, Exton, PA) reported Oct. 23 that its pavilion at ISA 2002 included the greatest concentration of system integrators at a U.S.-based trade show.

By Control Engineering Staff
System Integrators October 28, 2002

OMAC announces Plug-and-Pack initiatives at Pack Expo 2002

At its annual Pack Expo International meeting, packagers involved in the OMAC Packaging Workgroup will share bottom line results, commercialized PackML compliant products, and packaging profiles for the SERCOS interface, plus progress on new initiatives in programming languages, connectivity, and performance metrics.

By Control Engineering Staff
System Integrators October 23, 2002

ISA 2002: Photo highlights from the show floor—October 23, 2002

e A traditional German band caps off the second day's festivities across from the Control and Information System Integrators Association's (CSIA) exhibit at ISA 2002. e ProSoft's Bridget Blackburn adjusts and demonstrates her firm's wireless solutions at its ISA 2002 exhibit. Control Engineering's senior editor, Gary Mintchell (left), learns about upcoming enhancements to National Instruments' (NI) FieldPoint solution at its ISA 2002 booth from NI's Todd Walter and Emily Davis.

By Control Engineering Staff
System Integrators October 9, 2002

Rockwell buys central European system integrator

Milwaukee, WI—Rockwell Automation expanded its Global Manufacturing Solutions business into Central Europe on Oct. 1 by acquiring the engineering services and system integration assets of SPEL, spol. s.r.o. (Kolin, Czech Republic).

By Control Engineering Staff
System Integrators October 1, 2002

Matrikon acquires Hunter Control

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada- Matrikon Inc. announced Sept. 25 that is has completed its acquisition of Hunter Control Pty.

By Control Engineering Staff
System Integrators September 26, 2002

Sensors Expo Fall 2002: NI, 12 vendors advocate smart analog sensor adoption

Boston, MA— National Instruments (NI, Austin, TX) introduced its new Plug & Play sensors program on Sept. 24 at Sensors Expo Fall 2002 . Plug & Play is a collaborative effort between NI and a dozen sensor vendors to gain widespread adoption of IEEE P1451.4.

By Control Engineering Staff
System Integrators September 11, 2002

Rotronic shows new range of humidity transmitters with interchangeable parts

Basel, Switzerland - Daniel Ritler and his colleagues from Rotronic came to the new ''go.automation'' trade fair with something new of their own to show: a series of humidity transmitters with interchangeable parts.

By Control Engineering Staff
System Integrators August 1, 2002

ei3 selected to deliver 24×7 engineering services

Montvale & Pompton Lakes, N.J. - ei3Corp. announced July 30 a global partnership with Royle Systems Group, LLC to provide its customers with 24x7 real time engineering support. This partnership will enable Royle Systems Group, a supplier of systems integration and equipment for a wide range of extrusion, wire & cable, and fiber optic applications, to improve the performance and uptime of its equipment for customers worldwide.

By Control Engineering Staff
System Integrators July 9, 2002

Braintech signs agreement with Marubeni

North Vancouver, B.C., Canada— Braintech Canada Inc., a subsidiary of Braintech Inc. , recently granted Marubeni Corp. (Tokyo, Japan) an exclusive license Using theee on a per system basis for its eVF environment, as well as engineering services on a per project basis. Marubeni has already opened its Marubeni Vision Techno Centre (MVTC) for application development and demonstration in Japan's VR Technology Center (Nagoya, Japan).

By Control Engineering Staff
System Integrators June 10, 2002

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By Control Engineering Staff