Automation and remote operations are on the move. Nowhere was this more clear than at our recent Rockwell Automation On The Move – a unique event where from 3-4 March we saw 119 customers attend 15 breakout sessions in Auckland, New Zealand, engaging with new trends, new technology and each other. It was truly a … Continue reading An intuitive shift towards greater automation
PACE catches up with Craig Segers and David Turner from Rockwell Automation at the company’s recent TechEd on the Gold Coast to talk about the challenges that face the oil and gas sector in carrying out digital transformations. With operations spanning multiple and often remote regions, with heavy capital investment and vast supply chains, the … Continue reading Digitising oil and gas
The next industrial transformation is here and we need a 21st-century talent strategy to stay abreast of the competition. Rockwell Automation understands your challenges in talent engagement, and we lead the way in developing human capital advantage. Standing by our brand promise in “Expanding human possibility”, we work closely to help our clients prepare their … Continue reading STAR Learners Membership Program
While some may have the image of a dream job set in their heads and take steps towards pursuing that vision, for others, careers can be a journey of discovery. PACE talks to Rockwell Automation’s Jasmin Perry about her career in process control. Following the paths that open up along their twists and unexpected turns … Continue reading Discovering your own strengths in industry
Written by Bob Murphy, SVP, Connected Enterprises Consulting at Rockwell Automation. Digital transformation has the potential to address many of the challenges facing the manufacturing industry today. A study conducted by LNS Research on the current state of industrial transformation revealed that 28 per cent of companies embarking on industrial transformation programmes are actively reaping … Continue reading Is your digital transformation programme supporting your operations and enterprise goals?
Rockwell Automation’s new Australian regional director, Anthony Wong, gives us his thoughts on his new role and where automation is heading over the next decade. Anthony Wong is very engaging. He has an easy laugh, but a serious undertone that lets you know he is here to do business. Recently appointed as Australian regional director … Continue reading Getting automated one step at a time
Rockwell Automation has released its new AI Module to enable industrial workers use the data from their equipment to predict production issues and improve processes with their existing automation and control skill set. The new FactoryTalk Analytics LogixAI module, formerly known as Project Sherlock, uses artificial intelligence (AI) to detect production anomalies and alert workers … Continue reading Rockwell Automation launches new artificial intelligence module
Automation technology provider Rockwell Automation has acquired the engineering software developer Emulate3D, whose products digitally simulate and emulate industrial automation systems. Emulate3D’s software enables customers to virtually test machine and system designs by using simulation models and emulation trials that test control systems prior to installation. Rockwell Automation will add Emulate3D’s technology to its digital … Continue reading Rockwell Automation acquires Emulate3D
At its annual Automation Fair, Rockwell Automation unveiled the company’s new branding and shared announcements about its new products which seek to enhance productivity by harnessing data and information within organisations. The new brand promise, “Expanding Human Possibility” seeks to promote the company’s efforts to connect people, machines and data digitally, with the aim of … Continue reading Rockwell Automation launches new branding and products at Automation Fair
PACE spoke with David Hegarty, managing director Rockwell Australia and New Zealand about how IoT represents a real jumping-off point for innovation, what it means for manufacturers in the Oceania region and some tips on moving forward to embrace a new era of business with connectivity and analytics as the driving force.
Rockwell Automation has introduced the Allen-Bradley Stratix 5950 security appliance, which incorporates new security technologies to help protect plant-floor systems.
Rockwell Automation has released its FactoryTalk Batch View software, which enables a “modern batch experience” by improving employee collaboration and system interactions.
Rockwell Automation has acquired Automation Control Products (ACP), a provider of centralised thin client, remote desktop and server management software.
Rockwell Automation has released the IP67-rated Allen-Bradley ArmorBlock IO-Link master, which can access detailed sensor diagnostics in harsh operating environments.
Rockwell Automation has released its FactoryTalk AssetCentre v7.0 software for automating discovery and tracking the status of devices, network switches and software on workstation computers across an entire facility or production operation.
Rockwell Automation’s Asia-Pacific Business Centre (APBC) has won the gold award at the 2016 Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards.
Rockwell Automation has expanded its motion control business by completing the acquisition of MagneMotion, a manufacturer of patented, high-performance conveyor systems with servo-controlled independent cart technology.
A lead in event to TechED 2015, the Process Solutions User Group (PSUG) event delivers insights on process automation system, process safety and process optimisation.
The global Rockwell Automation TechED event (held on 28th – 30th July at the Melbourne Convention Centre) is the premier training, education and networking event of the automation world, according to the company.
The awards celebrate the world’s safest manufacturing companies.