Omron to introduce solutions from Delta Tau and Adept Robotics

One of the notable technologies on display will be the IoT concept. It comprises of  all the products and solutions of Omron which are future ready with IoT or Industry 4.0.
— Sameer Gandhi, Managing Director, Omron Automation India
  “Elecrama 2016 is a very important platform for us to further aid our efforts in projecting ourselves as ‘total solutions provider’ in the industrial automation sphere and our role as ‘enablers of Make in India’, says Sameer Gandhi, Managing Director, Omron Automation India. “We are going to make the best use of it by showcasing not only our technological capabilities but also the value we are creating for Indian manufacturing sector and ultimately the people of India.”
Briefing on the solutions that will be displayed during Elecrama Gandhi says, “The visitors will experience some very unique, interesting and engaging demonstrations. We will also introduce solutions from Delta Tau and Adept Robotics – the recent acquisitions of Omron Corporation. The future ready concept of IoT will also be displayed. ‘i3’ as we call it in Omron – it stands for  ‘Integrated,  Intelligent and Interactive’. We will also have a section where we will put up a small demo to make the visitors understand how automation can create happiness.”
Technologies with IoT conceptAll cutting edge offerings from Omron’s sensing and control technology will be put on display highlighting their contribution and positioning in varied manufacturing segments such as automotive, packaging, food and beverage, FMCG to name just a few. It will include applications, demos, sensors, vision, safety and panel builder solutions.
One of the notable technologies on display at Omron’s stall will be the IoT concept. It comprises of  all the products and solutions of Omron which are future ready with IoT or Industry 4.0.”
Reaching potential customersSpeaking on the opportunities out of Elecrama Gandhi says, “We aim to strengthen our share of market from the existing customers and make strong headways in reaching out to a significant number of potential customers in our target industry segments.”
Market status The industrial automation market has been witnessing a considerable growth over the last few years fuelled by many macro and micro level factors such as growing population, disposable incomes, ever increasing need of complying to global standards, the constant need for improving operational excellence at best ROI, desire for zero-defects,  productivity and quality improvement. 
As per varied market reports, the automation market in India is expected to have a CAGR of 10 to 12 per cent  during 2015-2020. “The initiatives like Make in India and Skill India are surely expected to bring in further growth to the sector over the coming years,” states Gandhi.
“Some of the key segments which are expected to have further positive impact on the sector are: Pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, FMCG, infrastructure and engineering components,” points out  Gandhi.

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Omron to introduce solutions from Delta Tau and Adept Robotics

One of the notable technologies on display will be the IoT concept. It comprises of  all the products and solutions of Omron which are future ready with IoT or Industry 4.0.
— Sameer Gandhi, Managing Director, Omron Automation India
  “Elecrama 2016 is a very important platform for us to further aid our efforts in projecting ourselves as ‘total solutions provider’ in the industrial automation sphere and our role as ‘enablers of Make in India’, says Sameer Gandhi, Managing Director, Omron Automation India. “We are going to make the best use of it by showcasing not only our technological capabilities but also the value we are creating for Indian manufacturing sector and ultimately the people of India.”
Briefing on the solutions that will be displayed during Elecrama Gandhi says, “The visitors will experience some very unique, interesting and engaging demonstrations. We will also introduce solutions from Delta Tau and Adept Robotics – the recent acquisitions of Omron Corporation. The future ready concept of IoT will also be displayed. ‘i3’ as we call it in Omron – it stands for  ‘Integrated,  Intelligent and Interactive’. We will also have a section where we will put up a small demo to make the visitors understand how automation can create happiness.”
Technologies with IoT conceptAll cutting edge offerings from Omron’s sensing and control technology will be put on display highlighting their contribution and positioning in varied manufacturing segments such as automotive, packaging, food and beverage, FMCG to name just a few. It will include applications, demos, sensors, vision, safety and panel builder solutions.
One of the notable technologies on display at Omron’s stall will be the IoT concept. It comprises of  all the products and solutions of Omron which are future ready with IoT or Industry 4.0.”
Reaching potential customersSpeaking on the opportunities out of Elecrama Gandhi says, “We aim to strengthen our share of market from the existing customers and make strong headways in reaching out to a significant number of potential customers in our target industry segments.”
Market status The industrial automation market has been witnessing a considerable growth over the last few years fuelled by many macro and micro level factors such as growing population, disposable incomes, ever increasing need of complying to global standards, the constant need for improving operational excellence at best ROI, desire for zero-defects,  productivity and quality improvement. 
As per varied market reports, the automation market in India is expected to have a CAGR of 10 to 12 per cent  during 2015-2020. “The initiatives like Make in India and Skill India are surely expected to bring in further growth to the sector over the coming years,” states Gandhi.
“Some of the key segments which are expected to have further positive impact on the sector are: Pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, FMCG, infrastructure and engineering components,” points out  Gandhi.

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