Rockwell Automation gains new PartnerNetwork members
May 13, 2019 by Manufacturing AUTOMATION
May 13, 2019 – Rockwell Automation has added five new companies to its PartnerNetwork industrial automation program, and two existing members have expanded to serve the EMEA region.
The PartnerNetwork program allows companies to face automation challenges together by providing access to an expansive network of leading suppliers, distributors, system integrators and OEMs.
Wunderlich-Malec Engineering has joined the Solution Partner program. The company is a full-service provider of professional engineering, design, integration and sustaining services. Solution Partners are qualified system integrators that use Rockwell Automation technologies and relationships to help companies reduce project risk.
The Encompass Partner program, a third-party product referencing program that allows customers to quickly locate products that solve challenges, welcomed four new members:
- Armstrong International (Americas) offers an advanced wireless monitoring technology that efficiently monitors and evaluates steam trap operation.
- Fluidmesh Networks (Americas) produces wireless products that enable outdoor and large-scale applications of the Internet of Things, including smart cities, urban video-surveillance, connected vehicles and trains, and industrial automation.
- Eagle Technology (Americas) works on streamlining smart factory solutions with Proteus CMMS Software for better management, a reduction in downtime and significant cost savings.
- Prime Technologies (Americas) specializes in developing quality management software with a specific focus on calibration and maintenance.
In addition, two existing Encompass Partner members have expanded to the EMEA region. Codian Robotics (Americas and EMEA) develops pick and place robots for industrial applications that are ideal for rapid top-loading processes. Owl Cyber Defense (Americas and EMEA) specializes in data diode technology that has been deployed in over 2,000 solutions across government, military and critical infrastructure networks.