20th October 2019: Specialist technology solutions provider Distec Ltd will be exhibiting at the Smart Factory Expo in partnership with Red Lion Controls, taking place in Liverpool on November 13th and 14th.
The exhibition, which is being held at the Exhibition Centre, will feature the people and companies currently shaping the manufacturing industry across Europe. Distec and Red Lion will be on stand A66.
Together the companies will showcase smart factory solutions that help meet the immediate promise of the industrial Internet of Things with an eye on complete industrial IoT security and reliable process automation. Red Lion enables organisations to improve productivity and increase operational efficiencies through real-time device connection and data processing. With protocol conversion, organisations can enable disparate devices to communicate and connect, monitor and control operations from a single platform. They can also digitise data for further processing in enterprise systems such as MES, ERP, or upload to the cloud via MQTT cloud connectors for some of the industry’s most popular IIoT platforms from Amazon, Microsoft and Inductive Automation.
The expo acts as a platform for digitally savvy manufacturers to meet solutions providers, partner ecosystems, digital manufacturing specialists, tech start-ups, consultants, and other manufacturers that are setting the pace for entire industries.
Noel Sheppard, Director of Distec said: “We are looking forward to being part of the Smart Factory Expo alongside our trusted partner Red Lion Controls. We are excited to show the industry some of the cutting-edge technology we provide that can improve efficiency and productivity, working with numerous devices and diverse protocols to access data.”
To learn more and register to visit here: https://digital-manufacturing-week.com/register
"We are looking forward to being part of the Smart Factory Expo alongside our trusted partner Red Lion Controls"
Noel Sheppard, Director at Distec
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