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Yaskawa to strengthen automation solutions portfolio with VIPA acquisition

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WAUKEGAN, Ill. — Yaskawa Electric Corp. has agreed to acquire a majority of the shares of VIPA, a Herzogenaurach, Germany-based supplier of automation technology and control solutions.
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Device Management Software

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Certified Device Type Manager (DTM) software for AUMA actuators is available free of charge from AUMA. Designed to enable device parameter adjustment using Profibus, the program is the latest in
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Acquisition creates UK’s largest automation control supplier

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BEDFORDSHIRE, U.K. — Autotech Controls Ltd has purchased Igranic Control Systems Ltd and PSJ Fabrications Ltd to form Automated Technology Group (ATG) Ltd, the largest automation control company in
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ABB invests in carbon capture pilot plant teaching facility

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LONDON — Power and automation technology provider ABB has invested close to £1 million and signed a 10-year agreement with Imperial College London to support a new carbon capture
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Plant automation provider wins major infrastructure contracts in South America

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Metso will deliver its automation technology to two major infrastructure projects currently under construction in South America: Belo is the world’s third largest hydroelectric plant in Brazil and the
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New Fieldbus Concept Offers Secure Communication with Pumps

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The Grundfos Communication Interface Module (CIM) and the Communication Interface Unit (CIU) enable the connection of Grundfos products to standard fieldbus networks. The CIM/CIU communication interfaces enable data communication via
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Maintenance Technology for Hazardous Areas

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During the 54th Biennial CHEM SHOW in New York City, LUDECA will have on display the new ROTALIGN SMART EX laser shaft alignment system with a color screen and the
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Intrinsic Safety Now Available without Power Limits

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The Dynamic Arc Recognition and Termination System (DART) is a dynamic power supply and control system for intrinsically safe fieldbus installations that increases the power available to field devices in
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