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The use of control systems, such as computers or robots, and information technology for handling various processes and machineries in an industry to replace a human being is known as industrial automation. It is the next step in the industrialisation process after mechanisation.

  • Material handling and packaging
  • Inspection and quality control.
  • Metal fabrication includes machining, welding, cutting, and cladding, among other things.
  • Processing of food and beverages.
  • Making plans and making decisions.

There are four different types of industrial automation systems. Automated Control System (FAS). System that can be programmed. System of Adaptable Automation. The IAS stands for Integrated Automation System.

Batch processes and job shops with a wide range of products and low-to-medium work quantities benefit from flexible industrial automation. Integrated industrial automation refers to the comprehensive automation of production operations, in which all processes are coordinated digitally and controlled by computers.

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. An significant motivation for automating an industrial operation is worker safety.

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