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Industrial Conveying integrates IT capabilities to its materials handling projects

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Industrial Conveying (Aust)  has positioned itself as a highly competent integrator of information technology into its materials handling projects.

Industrial Conveying’s Automation Software Division has the skills to meet market demands and has embraced IT to complement its advanced mechanical and electrical design capabilities that are now applicable across the industry spectrum.

Managing Director of Industrial Conveying, Don Erskine, says the commercial world in which we are operating is becoming more and more hi-tech from day to day.

“The involvement of IT in all manufacturing areas is changing the face of our working environment and companies must keep their skills and knowledge up to date if they are to remain competitive,” said Erskine.

“The successful completion of many of our more recent projects shows that software pretty much empowered each respective project and was able to provide support in the integration of highly technological systems.”

Some of Industrial Conveying’s recent projects included laser positioning applications, inventory and stock take capabilities as well as software requirements for conveying control and data tracking.

In some cases, a powerful system was developed in order to provide full control and diagnostic capabilities for all the functional aspects of the project.

Advanced software was complemented with functional wireless connectivity and remote access capabilities.

Remote access is proving to be one of the best investments into projects, from the point of view of the customer.

“We are able to provide quick online support and monitoring on a hot line technical support basis,” said Erskine.

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