Hello all. Last week I attended the 2018 Rockwell Automation® TechED Event. In this post, I will share some of what I learned as well as some pictures of the time spent in San Diego. Chris will be covering some of what we did in San Diego in his own blog post.
Legacy systems operate in isolation and outdated equipment is costly to run. This blog post will discuss what a legacy drive is and how you can look ahead with regard to your own drives and other automation control systems. The purpose of this post is to help you and your team better prepare.
Sometimes, just having the right spare part isn’t enough. Recently, one of our customers found the drive they needed in an open box and covered it dust. When they tried to use it, it wouldn’t run. The purpose of this post is to let you know there is an alternative. We call it Inventory Assurance.
One of the questions I get asked often relates to what network communication options are available with the myriad of automation controllers available today. The use of these communication options varies as much as the different protocols that have been created over the years.