Rockwell Automation aims to focus on building and furthering cooperative partnerships with machine builders and OEMs at the upcoming AUSPACK Plus 2011 exhibition in March.
Rockwell Automation will be fielding a team of experts at the exhibition to discuss their range of implementation tools and solutions for ‘mid-range’ applications in addition to organising a fully integrated and interactive machine safety demonstration.
According to Glen Jacob, Executive Account Manager, Food and Beverage, Rockwell Automation is ideally placed to provide OEMs with the software tools and automation solutions required for a competitive edge.
He says that OEMs are always seeking ways to improve their time to market as well as reduce their total costs to design, develop and deliver their machine solutions while focusing on innovation, machine throughput, performance and safety.
Through cooperative partnerships, Rockwell Automation is committed to delivering the products and services as well as capabilities and scalability to improve their customers’ business performance.
Rockwell Automation will be showcasing a powerful range of product selection and system configuration tools at the AUSPACK exhibition to assist OEMs in choosing the correct solution for specific applications.
Freely available on the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture website, these tools help users plan and configure the Rockwell Automation systems into their design. Company experts will be on hand during the exhibition to provide advice and insight into this vast portfolio.
Rockwell Automation will also display integrated safety control systems that not only optimise worker safety, but also improve productivity and uptime.
The integration of programmable safety control devices at the design phase gives OEMs the opportunity to implement current safety requirements, with the benefit of minimal impact on productivity downtime due to emergency stops.
An interactive machine safety demonstration unit on the Rockwell Automation stand at AUSPACK Plus will illustrate the advantages of safety control.
Rockwell Automation offers standard components, scalable and modular automation platforms as well as reusable engineering content for machines with different levels of automation requirements.
Rockwell Automation will demonstrate at AUSPACK Plus how these solutions can be leveraged to improve innovation, throughput and performance while providing OEMs with a competitive advantage.
Rockwell Automation will be at AUSPACK Plus 2011 on Stand 632 between 22 March and 25 March at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.