- November 28, 2017
- Inductive Automation
Inductive Automation looks forward to working more closely with IAG, which is becoming a more active member of the Ignition community.
November 28, 2017 — Inductive Automation has designated Industrial Automation Group (IAG) as an Inductive Automation Premier Integrator.
IAG is based in Modesto, Calif., and also has locations in Sacramento, Fresno, and Visalia, and Reno, Nevada. The company focuses on the food and beverage industry, and has implemented complex automation solutions across North America. Services include project management, automation engineering, automation service and support, and control panel manufacturing.
Inductive Automation, based in Folsom, Calif., is an industrial automation software company. Its key product — Ignition by Inductive Automation — is an industrial application platform with tools for building solutions in human-machine interface (HMI), supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Ignition is used in virtually every industry, in more than 100 countries.
Inductive Automation has relationships with more than 1,500 integrators worldwide. The company has deep roots within the integrator community. Inductive Automation President/CEO Steve Hechtman was a control system integrator for 25 years before he founded Inductive Automation.
About Industrial Automation Group
Founded in 1998, IAG is certified by the Control System Integrators Association (CSIA). The company’s automation professionals apply process, control, safety, information and control panel knowledge to food and beverage clients large and small.
About Inductive Automation
Inductive Automation creates industrial software that is designed to empower organizations to turn great ideas into reality by removing all technological and economic obstacles. By cross-pollinating IT with SCADA technologies, Inductive Automation created Ignition software, the first universal industrial application platform.Learn More
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