Enabling Industrial 4.0 Panel Discussion with the expert CHALLENGES OF OEM

Enabling Industrial 4.0 Panel Discussion with the expert CHALLENGES OF OEM

Challenges in OEM to Support Automation

As customers are becoming more knowledgeable in technology advancement daily, there is a scale-up of technology in the user base. This results in the ever-changing requirements of technology. Automating manufacturing processes for better quality and higher productivity had been the key deliverables for the solutions deployed.

Consequently, a few automation companies like Rockwell Automation have come up in the industry and provide an extensive offering of advanced technologies to help OEMs better meet the changing needs of the end client. Rockwell Automation works in the sector of managing the Software & Control business which includes products like Programmable controllers, Industrial Network switches and Software.

Host as a solution provider provides scalable & flexible solutions to meet customer demand. Some solutions allow customers to use a single platform to meet control, safety, motion, batch & security demand. It is here to mention that there is some scarcity of solutions in Singapore. For example, there is difficulty in finding fabrication of gear and test lab.

Connectivity standards are essential for OEMs to ensure that their products can fit easily into the global automation market. There is an increasing demand for adopting standard industrial connectivity in all segments and, for example- deploying with Ethernet/IP, Modbus TCP, etc. OEMs need this connectivity to improve asset monitoring and remote access.

To summarize everything, Host and Rockwell had built an Eco-system with different encompass partners to meet connectivity standards to serve the automation market.

So, let us listen to the experts the moderator Siew Ping, Wan – SIAA Council, the Panelist Dorcas Teo – Executive Director, CEO of Nordic Flow Control, Calvin Lai – Software & Control Business Manager, Rockwell Automation and Kenneth Ng – Sales Manager HoST Pte Ltd at our show. They are the most experienced persons in the sector who will share their views on some challenges and opportunities in OEM for better automation support.

Enabling Industrial 4.0 Panel Discussion with the expert – Challenges of OEM

However, if you want to know more about HoST, its services and solutions, don’t hesitate to contact HoST or visit www.host.sg.

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About HoST

HoST, founded back in 1990, operates in the industrial automation market across Singapore and parts of South East Asia. HoST’s vision is to be a company that delivers customer-centric values to address evolving business needs. HoST has been mainly recognised as the sole authorised distributor of Allen-Bradley Company in Singapore. Over the years, HoST has not only established strong ties with its various business partners but have continued to build new and successful business relationships to provide its customers with the best-in-class solutions that are available in this competitive market. HoST ever-expanding portfolio of solutions makes up the three core pillars of its business, specifically in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), Industrial Network and Security, as well as Carbon Footprint Reduction, which reflect HoST’s commitment to innovation and sustainable growth.

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