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Tapping India’s entrepreneurial spirit

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Rockwell Automation on the Move 2019 (RAOTM) conference emphasised on the need for a major shift towards Industry 4.0 technologies if India aims to triple its combined factory output in gross value added (GVA) terms to $1 trillion by 2025. Rockwell Automation is expanding its partner network in India to allow local manufacturers access to a collaborative network of companies mutually focused on developing, implementing and supporting best-in-class manufacturing solutions across industry verticals.

Dilip Sawhney, Managing Director, Rockwell Automation India said, “We want to take the lead in building India’s first industry 4.0 ecosystem of partner companies that will create solutions for the connected
enterprise that can analyse machine conditions in advance to avoid breakdowns and enhance
productivity but also improve on quality and compliance parameters.”

John Watts, Regional Marketing Director, Asia Pacific at Rockwell Automation added, “Globally, digital-induced disruption is inevitable. While India has a lot of catching up to do in this respect, it can accelerate digital transformation by leveraging its strengths in the IT services sector and tapping the entrepreneurial spirit seen in the start-up sector.”

Throughout the event, Rockwell Automation and its partner companies showcased new products and solutions support:
• The connected enterprise: New analytics and digital solutions that can help transform data into understandable information, empowering users to confidently make more informed decisions – from the plant floor to the enterprise.
• Data analytics and Augmented Reality: Rockwell Automation is expanding its portfolio and tapping into its partnership with PTC to help customers increase productivity and plant efficiency, reduce operational risk and provide better system interoperability.
• Innovation: Customers will get an early look at how new technologies will change manufacturing and production, including Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, wearables and other disruptive technologies.

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