Control and Automation


Machine and Process Automation are no longer exotic concepts in today's factory.



Even the simplest processes are controlled, monitored and inform us by means of various automation devices.

-Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and Microprocessors

-Human Machine Interfaces (HMI)

-Sensors, Transmitters and various input devices

-Digital, Analog and Motion outputs devices such as solenoids, Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs), Servo and Stepper Motors, Proportional and Servo Valves, etc.

But in today's factories, buildings and farms, it's really not enough to just automate your machinery. With increased competition, tighter regulatory practices, and the cost of raw materials, a higher standard of automation is necessary.

IIoTA Research's Control and Automation Division can help you improve the capability of your existing automation equipment and applications, or design, build, validate and deploy a system for your process.

We aren't just a team of programmers. We take time to understand your process and goals, so that we can leverage our experience to provide you with a solution that exceeds your expectations. By looking at your challenges and opportunities from a holistic view, we can usually mitigate the risks inherently associated with dynamic and ever-changing projects and specifications.

We are platform agnostic, yet we maintain relationships with all major automation control system manufacturers. Whether your facility is based on Allen Bradley/Rockwell, Siemens, Automation Direct, Invensys, Opto 22 or virtually any other system - we have the tools to design an automation platform to help you achieve your goals.


Allen Bradley/Rockwell
Allen Bradley/Rockwell
Automation Direct
Maple Systems
Automation Direct
Opto 22
Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley
Siemens
Opto 22
Idec
Triangle Research/Tri-PLC
Automation Direct