Six companies join Rockwell Automation’s industrial partner programme
Rockwell Automation has added six new companies to its partner programme, organised to help industrial enterprises with digital transformation.
“Industrial companies that want to implement smart manufacturing or other initiatives often need to work with multiple vendors,” said Rockwell in a statement. The Milwaukee-based firm described its PartnerNetwork as a “collaborative network” of automation suppliers, distributors, system integrators and OEMs.
All members use Rockwell’s technologies and solutions in their work with industrial operatives.
Two companies, DT Engineering and Davron Technologies, have joined as OEM partners in North America. DT Engineering provides automation systems for the agriculture, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, and automotive industries. Davron Technologies makes industrial ovens and process equipment for the automotive, aerospace, food and beverage, and pharmaceutical industries.
Brock Solutions and McRae Integration have joined as solution partners. Brock Solutions specialises in designing and implementing automation solutions and manufacturing execution systems (MES) for manufacturing, transportation and logistics organisations. McRae Integration is a controls systems integrator with a focus on the brewing industry.
Two more companies, Ocean Data Systems and Maplesoft, have joined Rockwell’s product reference programme, arranged to help customers with product solutions for application challenges. Ocean Data Systems produces reporting and data analysis software for industrial applications. Maplesoft provides advanced system-level modelling and simulation tools to reduce risk, lower costs and promote innovation.
Meanwhile, mobility solutions provider Zebra Technologies, another software partner, had expanded into Europe, the Middle East and Asia, said Rockwell. Zebra Technologies helps to automate manual processes in manufacturing, and improve productivity and quality.