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"The technique of making an apparatus, a process, or a system run automatically," according to the dictionary. "The design and deployment of technology to monitor and manage the production and delivery of products and services," we describe automation.

Control systems and equipment, such as computer software and robots, are used in industrial automation to accomplish tasks that were formerly performed manually. These systems automate the operation of industrial equipment, minimising the amount of operator interaction and oversight required.

  • Automated Control. Fixed automation systems, often known as hard automation, perform a
  • the specific set of activities without deviation.
  • Automation that can be programmed.
  • Automation that is adaptable.
  • Integrated Automation is a term that refers to a system

Higher production rates and productivity, more efficient resource use, greater product quality, improved safety, shorter labour workweeks, and shorter factory lead times are all benefits typically attributed to automation.

Automation in the industrial workplace improves productivity and quality while reducing errors and waste, enhancing safety, and giving the manufacturing process more flexibility. Industrial automation, in the end, results in enhanced safety, dependability, and profitability.

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