Automation Alliance Group adds Omnicon, MES, motion integration
Automation Alliance Group (AAG) adds the Omnicon business unit based in South America, serving oil and gas, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and mining projects in South America, North America, Europe and Asia with manufacturing execution systems (MES) and motion expertise.
Coatesville, PA rica, Europe and Asia. The company provides automation system integration services including manufacturing execution systems (MES) and motion.
AAG called Omnicon a valued addition that
Automation Alliance Group is a global control systems integrator providing process control systems, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and automation consulting for manufacturing vertical markets, water and wastewater treatment facilities and other applications. Services include studies, master plans, designs, integration and provision of the systems, validation and design/build of control and electrical systems.
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