Image The Automation Industry has been predominantly centred around the layered Architecture. Ethernet communication has become the high speed and pervasive technology used by industrial automation protocols and business systems. More controllers are supporting multiple Ethernet ports to interact directly with industrial and business networks that exist throughout industrial plants. Historians, analytics, real-time maintenance monitoring and other functions are now being incorporated in controllers.

The “Internet of Things” is becoming a reality with sensors and actuators embedded in physical objects and are linked through wired and wireless networks, leveraging the Internet Protocol (IP). Industrial controllers are starting to follow this trend by providing data refinement, local historians, analytics, and advanced control at the source end devices.


  • HMI Development
  • Trends & Alarms
  • Industrial Cyber Security
  • Industrial Protocol : HART, Profibus, Fieldbus, DeviceNet, FDT/DTM, Industrial Ethernet
  • Application Development
  • Test & Test Automation