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The Studio 5000® environment combines design and engineering elements into one standard framework. It optimizes productivity, shortens design cycles and reduces time to market. 
Networking & DataCom Analysis
Rumsey’s Networking and DataComm resources can help you with all your plant Network and Network Infrastructure needs. This may include questions around physical network components - such as copper and fiber wiring, active network components such as switches and routers, security solutions like firewalls or security strategy, remote access options, industrial data centers, and much more. 
Rockwell Automation has put together a white paper on the five guiding principles to creating smart machines:
  1. Mitigate Safety and Security Risks
  2. Design for Information Availability
  3. Support Simplified Integration
  4. Deliver Real-time Diagnostics & Analytics
  5. Optimize Operational Efficiencies

Support Simplified Integration with Rockwell Automation Products - Now that we have reviewed safety and design, it is time to explore how simplified integrations can save you time and money.

The right network, the right platform and the right technologies converge to create the best integration for your smart machines. Simplifying current systems does not have to be an arduous task. Rumsey’s team of experts can help you increase uptime and profits by choosing the right products, while minimizing the number of components in your cabinet. 

Check out our featured products and services to Support Simplified Integration. Click here to read the overview.

In this whitepaper from Rockwell Automation, learn how simplifying the system design can help reduce configuration while giving operators access to data to increase uptime and productivity.
Networking for Smart Machines
Proactively prepare for the demands intelligent, versatile, and integrated machines require. This level 1 class is designed to assist machine building engineering teams with (1) seamless integration into your end user’s plant network, (2) application performance and (3) protecting intellectual property. 
Date: Tuesday, Nov. 7
Place: Rumsey Conshohocken - 15 Colwell Lane, Conshohocken, PA
Cost: $99/person
While almost every machine has a controller with a lot of data available, data driven manufacturing is not the norm. Implementations of digital manufacturing have delivered benefits for engineering teams by reduced down-time and increasing new product introductions. Read this article from Control Engineering to learn more.
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