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Rockwell Automation is a leader in automation. The company's domain expertise is built on decades of work across all industries and all regions of the world. They understand the factory floor and the business models that make it the most productive - and are fluent in the real-world production challenges customers face. Rockwell Automation also knows how to identify critical data, what it means and how to make it useful to industrial and enterprise users.

Rely on Rockwell Automation to provide a full scope of capabilities to deliver the solutions and services you need now and in the future.


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    • Sep 17, 2020, 14:22 PM

    Safety Should be Part of Cybersecurity

    The dangers that cyber threats pose to intellectual property, customer records and productivity are well known, but safety implications of these threats are discussed less often. A cyberattack on your industrial control system (ICS) can damage physical assets, alter recipes, injure workers or cause severe environmental damage. Full story
    • Dec 13, 2019, 10:33 AM

    Delicious Data: How Predictive Analytics Improves Efficiency

    Food and beverage companies are finding productivity gains in hidden data. With the help of predictive analytics, they’re using this data to make informed decisions. Full story
    • Oct 16, 2019, 10:09 AM

    Cybersecurity Assessments: How to Achieve Your Target Security Posture

    Security assessments can be effective tools to evaluate your current security posture, but must be properly selected, scoped, and paired with an actionable road map that lays out clear, actionable steps to achieve your target security profile. Full story
    • Sep 12, 2019, 11:51 AM

    Five Ways to Overcome Your Top Operational Challenges

    Failure: whether it’s hardware or software or an application of the two, the thought of something bringing down production keeps every plant manager or production engineer up at night. How are your OT assets performing? Do you know how to fix an issue in real time? Do you know how to change out an asset? Can you get things back to running and keep them running? Preventing and reducing downtime in the short and long term also involves addressing the operational challenges that can contribute. Full story
    • Aug 22, 2019, 12:25 PM

    OT Patch Management Strategy: Seven Best Practices

    Traditionally, and for many years, cyber threats have been handled almost exclusively by IT departments. As IT/OT convergence has become more prevalent, however, those threats have spread to the more-complex world of OT. Full story
    • May 21, 2019, 16:22 PM

    Dairy Maximizes Production with Integrated Processing Plant

    With the increasing demand for quality milk, the plant is challenged to increase production for various dairy products. To meet demand, they need an integrated liquid milk plant. The goal of the expansion was process optimization, manpower reduction (doing more through automation) and faster time to market. The dairy also focused on maintaining low operating margins. Full story
    • Mar 22, 2019, 08:16 AM

    Moving Forward with Technology and Production

    Aging equipment can cause a lot of downtime and reduced production. This flour mill was struggling to meet their production quota due to an outdated control system that kept breaking down and was getting harder and harder to fix—causing more downtime and higher repair costs. By partnering with automation professionals, this mill saw huge gains in safety, production, and future growth opportunity. Full story
    • Nov 15, 2018, 09:22 AM

    Model Predictive Control Increases Capacity and Optimizes Production

    Using data analytics, the Rockwell Automation team found a solutions that would identify process improvements and get the most out of production. Learn how Kraft Heinz increased their production capacity, setting them up for long-term growth. Full story
    • Jun 21, 2018, 15:31 PM

    What Will Smart Factories Look Like in 20 Years?

    Looking ahead to the next 20 years the Logix platform and other digital technologies offer even more trans-formative potential to entirely change how you design, manage and staff operations. With this in mind, here are three concrete and achievable examples of how operations will change in a smart factory within 20 years. Full story
    • May 15, 2018, 16:39 PM

    Don't Fear Disruption: Change Propels Industry

    We’re experiencing the largest wave of industrial disruptions the world has ever seen: artificial intelligence (AI), the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and augmented reality (AR) are just a few of the technologies changing the way we do business. From big data to bitcoin and blockchain, the decisions you make right now will influence your business trajectory (and success) for the next decade and beyond. Full story
    • Apr 23, 2018, 16:39 PM

    The Journey Toward The Connected Enterprise

    Safety and security have traditionally been viewed as separate entities, but in industrial production, your safety and security programs are inextricably linked. Full story
    • Apr 13, 2018, 09:42 AM

    So You Learned Something in Training? Get the Certification to Prove It!

    In order to compete in the increasingly competitive job market or to accelerate within your current role, you will need to add to your automation skills with validated and certificate training programs. Full story
    • Oct 14, 2017, 12:57 PM

    Is It Time For An Installed Base Evaluation?

    Organizations attempting to do comprehensive evaluations in-house often spend a year or longer just to collect hardware data from a single facility. SMC can help with an Installed Base Evaluation. Full story