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Unlocking the future of automation [factory automation]

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Rockwell Automation is in a good position to predict the technologies that will alter the state of automation. Rockwell has been collating technology trends for years; tracking roughly 80 technologies on an annual basis. From these technologies, the company has created five major technology clusters that impact industrial automation. These clusters include: control and diagnostics, communications, electronics, materials and software.

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Manufacturing Engineer  (Volume:85 ,  Issue: 1 )