The Indian manufacturing sector is still at a nascent stage with regards to the current levels of adoption of manufacturing solutions and adhering to automation.
According to industry report, India’s industrial automation industry is expected to reach Rs 19,700 crore by 2020. At present the automation industry has several challenges due to lack of integration which has impacted operational excellence improvements, feels Sanat Vajpai, Director – OEM Business, Schneider Electric India.
While developed countries have already started focusing on the integration aspect, the Indian manufacturing sector is still at a nascent stage with regards to the current levels of adoption of manufacturing solutions and adhering to automation. The nation’s industrial automation may be spearheaded by the increasing industrial growth further percolating to creation of demand for sustainable and energy efficient products.
Schneider Electric is one of the leading players in the industrial automation Industry having the best in class products and offer tested validated machine solutions to OEMs. The offer ranges from push buttons, AC drives, servo controllers and drives, PLC, HMI’s, LV switchgear, UPS and sensors. The company has a large network of SI and distributors, which makes it easier for OEMs to buy and take technical help whenever it’s needed.