See Integrated Architecture at Interpack 2011

07 February 2011

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See Integrated Architecture at Interpack 2011At its Talking Point Stand (Hall 6, A61) at Interpack 2011, Rockwell Automation will demonstrate how machine builders can lower their Total Cost to Design, Develop and Deliver packaging machinery using a scalable, multi-disciplined control and information system. Featuring innovative control and safety capabilities, the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture system seamlessly integrates process and packaging machinery, helping end users gain real-time insight into their operation and succeed in today's knowledge-based business environment.

However, Rockwell Automation will not just showcase its products and systems offered for the packaging industry but will also create a space for visitors and exhibitors to exchange views and ideas. Visitors to the stand will be able to attend live presentations featuring current topics for the packaging industry and get an impression of the showcased machines equipped with Rockwell Automation technology.

Mike Wagner, global packaging business manager, Rockwell Automation, states: "Manufacturers face the ever-present challenge of integrating processing and packaging lines so product flows in a continuous, efficient manner. Machine Builders that choose a fully integrated control and information platform can seamlessly bridge machinery and create an environment for their end user customers to more easily optimise line performance."

All in all, the Rockwell Automation stand at Interpack will be a hub for networking, where machine builders and manufacturers can come together to discuss projects, problems and solutions, and have Rockwell Automation specialists right at hand.

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