IPC Technology for the Industry 4.0

Regional manufacturing technology firm Electro-Matic, in collaboration with global engineering and electronics giant, Siemens, is back this year to host the Midwest’s premiere technology event, Manufacturing in America. MiA 2019 will be taking place March 20th and 21st, at Ford Field, in Detroit. Over 3,200 manufacturing executives, engineers, and enthusiasts will gather to learn about the newest technologies, share best practices and ideas. We want you to come be a part of advancing the future of manufacturing.

This two-day event brings top decision-makers in automotive and related industries together with the brightest minds and visionaries in manufacturing technology. Numerous seminars will be held throughout both Wednesday and Thursday discussing everything from cyber-security, efficiency with digitalization, energy optimization, industrial internet of things (IIoT), machine safety, material handling, and food and beverage.

One seminar we’re especially excited about is, Industrial Automation PC technology for the Industry 4.0, presented by, Siemens. Alessandra Da Silva and Tim Parmer will be there to teach you all about the best practices of PC-based automation, and how to make your industrial automation environment more secure and efficient. You’ll learn when PC-based automation and PC-based controllers are to be used, as well as how to determine which one your hardware requires based on its conditions.

PC-based Automation and Controllers

When linking information across all corporate levels in manufacturing and production plants, you increase the demands set on computing power, functions, and availability. This is all possible through PC-based products. With their variety of configurations and performance range, you cannot go wrong while using Siemens PC-based products with your machines. They’re guaranteed to be extremely rugged, reliable, and function using the utmost performance. Not only that, but, Siemens PC-based products have a long-term availability. They’re made with a future-oriented planning basis; offering products for up to six years with repair and spare parts services available for an additional five years. Today, it can be hard for control engineers to decide on whether to use PC-based automation or PC-based controllers; and who better to inform you on PC-based technology than from Siemens, a leader in the manufacturing industry? 

For a deeper look into how industrial, rugged, and reliable hardware will pave the way to the digital enterprise, register for Manufacturing in America and sign-up for Siemens’ seminar, FA-1. Attending MiA 2019 is a free, but does require registration. We hope to see you there!