Image Gallery: Scenes from Automation Fair

Nov. 15, 2013
The event, hosted by Rockwell Automation and more than 100 partner companies, offered attendees a look at products and trends related to industrial and process control – in particular, how IP-based Ethernet is revolutionizing industry by helping users enhance the efficiency and productivity of their operations.

The Rockwell Automation Fair, held November 13 and 14, drew more than 10,000 manufacturing and industrial professionals to Houston. The event, hosted by Rockwell Automation and more than 100 partner companies, offered attendees a look at products and trends related to industrial and process control – in particular, how IP-based Ethernet is revolutionizing industry by helping users enhance the efficiency and productivity of their operations. Here’s a look at some new introductions from the show floor.

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