The word automation is a noun. Automation means (1) the act of implementing the control of equipment with advanced technology; usually involving electronic hardware, (2) equipment used to achieve automatic control or operation, (3) the condition of being automatically operated or controlled.
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Visit this automation equipment and systems vendor directory for info about automation equipment and systems manufacturers in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts selected automotive parts.
Founded in 1999, SWsoft has offices in North America, Europe, and Asia. The company's software powers more than 130,000 servers and 600,000 desktops in over 120 countries. The product line includes operating system virtualization software, desktop software, and a server control panel. The website lists problems and solutions, support, events, and much more. Users can request demos.
Siemens, headquartered in Munich and Berlin, is one of the world's largest electrical engineering and electronics companies. The company develops products in automation, information and communications, medical, power, services, and transportation. They work in many types of industry, and they have a long list of products, listed A-Z on the website. The website contains more specific information.
Packaging World is published by Summit Media Group, a privately owned, B2B publisher of information for professionals who are involved in packaging and manufacturing automation. Founded in 1994, Packaging World is read by professionals who use, recommend, and purchase packaging equipment and materials. Produced monthly as a print magazine, Packaging World is also available as a digital edition and on mobile devices.
The following articles provide recent automation-related news.
Does the service industry equal bad jobs? The fact is, many service-sector jobs pay very well and are practically immune to automation or offshoring.
By Nicholas Wyman, Contributor. Forbes. Wednesday, 18 Jul 2018 07:00:00 -0400.
Douglas Thompson, who was the CEO of revenue-cycle management company MedData, looks to capitalize on the estimated $2.4 billion process automation market as Ascension grows its ancillary businesses.
Modern Healthcare. Friday, 13 Jul 2018 13:00:00 EST.
One of the last industries where blue-collar laborers can earn high salaries is being transformed as artificial intelligence and automation replace workers. ...
Wall Street Journal. Wednesday, 11 Jul 2018 06:09:53 EDT.
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