Patti Engineering, leader in control system integration of Siemens and Mitsubishi industrial automation, partners with FANUC Robotics
AUBURN HILLS, MI – SEPTEMBER 10, 2015
Patti Engineering, Inc., a leader in control systems integration, today announced that it has achieved FANUC Authorized System Integrator (ASI) status for automation systems. FANUC is the leading supplier of industrial robotic automation. This partnership strengthens Patti Engineering’s efforts to reduce manufacturing costs, boost competitiveness, and ultimately improve profits for its customers.
While becoming an authorized FANUC integrator is new for Patti Engineering, the partnership is not. Patti Engineering’s first project was with FANUC Robotics in 1991.
Recently, there have been dramatic advances in vision and sensor technology. Robotics sales are surging. Prices are down and performance is up. Therefore, the need for programming and integration services is at an all all-time high. FANUC offers industrial robots for almost any application with payloads ranging from .5kg to 1350kg.
“We have helped our clients achieve better performance from their robotic systems. We can combine our robotics experience with our controls expertise as a Siemens Solution Partner and an Authorized Mitsubishi Integrator,” said Sam Hoff, CEO, Patti Engineering. “The need for industrial robotics programming and integration is growing. We are committed to investing in advanced training for our engineers to meet our customers’ needs.” Patti Engineering is also a certified robotics integrator for Kawasaki Robotics and COMAU.
Recent FANUC Robotics projects have ranged from improving the performance of existing robotic systems to installing completely new assembly lines. Patti Engineering has worked with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and directly with retail manufacturers. Details of recent work can be found on Patti Engineering’s blog.
Patti Engineering’s team of engineers has technical expertise in designing and implementing automation solutions. Their expertise spans a broad spectrum of industries and applications: automotive, diesel engine, oil and gas, water and wastewater, food and beverage, distribution and sortation, and textile.