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The lead up to our free seminar continues; if you haven’t already signed up for Insights and Innovations for Machine & Equipment Builders, time is running short. To give you a preview of what’s to come, we’re showcasing each session along with our business partners who will be delivering them. This time, we’re taking a look at Phoenix Contact’s session.
Tony Parrott of Phoenix Contact will explain how future control & automation applications and challenges will need a new open-platform controller – combining the reliability and security of the classic PLC world, with the openness and flexibility of smart devices. Thanks to an open control platform, developers will be able to implement automation projects without the restrictions of proprietary systems and work freely with their favourite programming languages and development tools.
The world is becoming more and more connected, with even more devices being networked together than people. Industrial automation is no exception to this advancement, and automation systems need to adapt; they need to be flexible, open and networked.
As mentioned, the reliability and security of the classic PLC world with the openness and flexibility of smart devices is important and PLCnext Control combines those very things. The controller with PLCnext Technology is one complete system, ready to face all the challenges of the IoT world and the first open-platform controller.
Pheonix Contact is a global pioneer in electrical engineering, electronics and automation. The company is almost 100 years old, founded in 1923 in Essen, Germany, but they remain focused on the future. Pheonix Contact aim to face up to the challenges that come with technological advancement and the resulting societal change. Their global presence extends to over 100 countries, with over 15,000 employees. You can learn more about Phoenix Contact here, and specifically about PLCnext here.
You can register your interest and book a space for the entire day or specify your interest in either the morning or afternoon session by filling in the form below.
Date: Wednesday 27th June | Location: PP Control and Automation, Landywood Green, Cheslyn Hay, West Midlands WS6 7AL Get Directions
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