Omron showcases industrial automation technology

SPS Automation India 2015

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Omron’s stand at the SPS Show 2015 in Ahmedabad. Photo PSA

Omron Automation India displayed its prowess in the industrial automation technology domain at the exhibition – SPS Automation India 2015 at Gandhinagar. The exhibition, in its first edition, focussed on all key innovative technologies across the realm of industry automation solutions that have the ability to reshape the manufacturing sector envisioned on the basis of the government’s ‘Make in India’ campaign.

Commenting on the participation, Sameer Gandhi, MD, Omron Automation India, said, “Shows like SPS Automation India 2015 allow us to portray our strengths as complete automation partners and help in strengthening our reach and connect with key audiences – both industry and region specific. This participation is also a part of our efforts to accentuate Omron’s presence in the Gujarat market.”

Omron, being a pioneer in various industrial automation products, is well positioned in assisting the Indian manufacturing sector with its total solutions approach. Themed ‘WeAutomate!,’ the Omron stand exhibited the utility of all of its key offerings such as automation solutions for bottling machines, vision and safety solutions and the Sysmac integrated automation solutions that help crucial operations in manufacturing organizations especially in the packaging domain.

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