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AutomationDirect Wins Big in Automation World’s 2017 Leadership in Automation Awards

PMMI Media Group’s Automation World magazine announced the First Team category leaders in the 2017 Leadership in Automation Program on January 11, 2018. Automation World, a leading business magazine serving automation professionals, launched this community-based program in January 2017.

Over the course of last year, automation professionals were invited to vote for their favorite automation vendors in unaided-recall surveys, not multiple choice.

Leadership in Automation

Over two dozen categories were featured, representing the wide variety of automation technologies, products and software in use by today’s manufacturing professionals across the discrete, batch and continuous process manufacturing industries.

First Team Honors

First Team Honorees were recognized for innovation, leadership and excellence among suppliers of industrial controls. AutomationDirect was awarded First Team Honors by the Automation World community in the following three categories:

The AutomationDirect C-more touch and micro panels lead a strong contingent of HMI Hardware products. These products include operator interface touch and text panels, industrial LED message displays, industrial monitors and HMI software. These leading, quality industrial HMI products are offered at great prices as well.

The new Do-more BRX and Productivity1000 stackable micro PLC are just a few of the complete line of programmable controllers from AutomationDirect. These controllers lead the PLCs/PACs category by providing easy control implementation and the latest in PLC technology, along with award-winning support and free PLC programming software.

In the Sensors-Process category, AutomationDirect delivers a wide range of sensors, as well as process control and measurement devices. The company is a leading supplier of sensors for detecting speed, position, proximity, pressure, temperature, level, flow, current, voltage, etc. These sensors and transmitters provide data critical to automating any machine or process.

For more information about AutomationDirect’s awards, click here.