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Bedrock Automation announces partnership with Wunderlich-Malec to deliver automation solutions

Bedrock Automation announces partnership with Wunderlich-Malec to deliver automation solutions

May 8, 2018 – Wunderlich-Malec and Bedrock Automation, maker of the Bedrock Open Secure Automation (OSA) platform, are partnering to deliver automation solutions that address 21st century cyber threats while delivering edge control solutions.  Wunderlich-Malec will deliver Bedrock OSA from its 32 U.S. locations.
Bedrock’s control systems combine standards-based control and embedded security with industrial hardness and edge control. Bedrock products are designed to mitigate cyber security vulnerabilities from the inside out. With over 30 different cyber security technologies intrinsically embedded in every system module, the Bedrock OSA protects against the vulnerabilities and malware affecting all aspects of automation including controllers, power modules, SCADA networks, process sensors, and actuators.

The Bedrock platform is scalable from RTU and mini PLC applications requiring as few as ten I/O to large DCS projects involving thousands of I/O points.

About Wunderlich-Malec

Founded in 1981, Wunderlich-Malec provides engineering solutions for a variety of industries across the globe. Headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, its more than 400 professional engineers provide a range of advanced automation services to improve business operations and efficiency in almost every industrial sector, including food and beverage, energy, government, hydrocarbon processing, life sciences, mining and water treatment.

About Bedrock Automation

Bedrock Automation, based in San Jose, California, is the maker of Bedrock, a cyber secure automation platform.  This Silicon Valley company has assembled technologies and talents from the automation, cyber security and semiconductor industries to build an automation solution for industrial control based on three prime directives: simplicity, scalability and security. 

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