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Industry 4.0 Changes Selection Criteria For Machine Control Architecture

June 21, 2022
This white paper seeks to dive into the differences between PLC, PAC and IPC based machine controls, while also exploring how Industry 4.0 changes the requirements for a valuable machine control architecture.

This white paper seeks to demonstrate why IPC now prevails over PLC and PAC for Machine Control, and how the IPC now offers, by far, the best machine control architecture compared to PLC or PAC in the Industry 4.0 era.

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