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Rockwell Automation: facing the challenge of sustainability with technology

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Rockwell Automation has been a top technology company for over 100 years; however, its solutions are becoming more and more relevant as the race for sustainability and climate action become a top priority for industries around the world.

Precisely, Luisa Fernanda Gomez, Sales Manager OEM at Rockwell Automation, has said that the company’s mission is to help industries become more productive and sustainable. Rockwell’s mission is to “expand human possibilities.”

To back such claims, Rockwell’s executive underlines some of the environmental benefits industrial users can achieve through digital technologies; automation capabilities, and other strengths like machine learning and data analytics.

“Through these technologies, companies can have emissions controls, fewer production times which increases revenue, at the same time, decreasing energy use. There’s also the advantage of facing less environmental requisites and the fulfillment of regulatory policy.” Explained Ms. Luisa Gomez in a statement.

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Rockwell Automation delivering solutions across sectors

Furthermore, she details that Rockwell Automation worked with a retail company. By implementing automation and digital strategy, they were able to lessen this corporation’s environmental footprint.

Indeed, Rockwell’s solutions spread across mining, manufacturing, and oil and gas companies, and success stories are known across sectors. During Rockwell’s 30th Automation Fair, which ended this Thursday, executives discussed this matter during an industry forum about the Automotive industry.

The executives detailed how the Automotive industry has faced many challenges; like electric vehicles pushing production lines to change to batteries rather than combustion devices. Through automation, digital twins, and intelligent production, companies have been able to change production lines without stopping them. Which in turn delivers less use of energy and a resilient assembly line.

Finally, Andrés Sammartino, Chemical industry Manager for the Latin American Region at Rockwell, says in a statement that the chemical industry has also drawn benefits from these solutions. Some of the benefits have been: operational efficiency, cost decrease, safety, and better production quality.

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