Automation & Control News & Articles
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Ternium S.A., a steel manufacturer in the Americas, wanted to find a way to minimize these breakages, safeguarding the mechanical integrity of the mill and ensuring maximum process continuity.
- by Chris Turlica, MaintainX
By Chris Turlica, MaintainX
Modern factories are as sophisticated as any server farm or computer lab, and to keep them firing on all cylinders we’ll need high-tech solutions too.
- by Bill Lydon, Automation.com
By Bill Lydon
Manufacturing and production companies are realizing digitalization requires structure, organizational changes, and integration of information technology (IT), operations technology (OT) and automation technology.
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Hanseatic Power Solutions GmbH (HPS) automated its control cabinet engineering in several steps and has just implemented EPLAN Cogineer. The company has now used a "before and after" comparison to record actual time savings. Electrical planning alone now takes only 20% of the original time.
Effective January 1 2021, Nicolas Breton will take the position of Chief Executive Officer of B2A Technology. Pierre Marol will remain involved in the development of the group as Chairman and Jean-Luc Thomé as a member of the Board.
FOBA’s marking lasers, laser marking workstations and vision assisted laser marking workflows mark a variety of materials and parts not least in the key markets of Automotive and Medical but also in Electronics, Plastics and Tool, Metal and Mold Making. Worldwide sales and service branches serve the most important markets. Since 2004, Alltec/FOBA – headquartered near Lübeck/Germany – is part of the US-based Danaher Corporation.
HighByte, an industrial software company, announced the appointment of both Betsy Peters and Corson Ellis to the company's Board of Directors, effective immediately.
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Sandvik has installed 330 solar photovoltaic (PV) panels onto the roof of the Göranssonska Technical High School in Sandviken, Sweden.
Phoenix Contact, HARTING, Molex, Murrelektronik, Binder, CONEC, ESCHA and Weidmüller have come together to establish a standard for the push-pull locking mechanism of M12 connectors on the market. Together, they are pursuing the one goal of ensuring compatibility across manufacturers.
Dr. Neumeyer has lived and worked in Italy, Germany, Belgium and the U.S. He will relocate to Sweden and will be based out of the company’s Stockholm headquarters. Dr. Neumeyer studied nuclear physics and has a Ph.D. from the Technical University of Darmstadt.