Manufacturing in America Symposium 2014.

Demonstrating Siemens Technology at Manufacturing in America Symposium


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Auburn Hills, MI – March 18, 2013 – Patti Engineering, Inc., a leader in control systems integration, today announced details of a Siemens technical seminar it will host at the Manufacturing in America Symposium featuring the Technology Tip-Off . The event is taking place at Ford Field in Detroit, MI on Wednesday, March 20 and Thursday, March 21, 2013. Electro-Matic Products and Siemens  will bring together executives, technology leaders and innovators in manufacturing to discuss, demonstrate and display expertise in automation, controls and more at the Manufacturing in America Symposium featuring the Technology Tip Off event.

Terrance Brinkley, senior electrical engineer at Patti Engineering, will present “Tips and Tricks when Programming for the Transline 2000 Standard” on Thursday, March 21 in the South Press Alcove from 9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m. ET. The session will provide an in depth review of the nuts and bolts of implementing the Siemens technology, including S7-300 PLCs, MP277B, OP177B, TP177B, Transline 2000 HMI Lite, WinCC Flexible and Step 7.

“Siemens Transline 2000 standard provides commonality, efficiency and expandability,” said Brinkley. “If implemented properly, the technology can decrease downtime and development time, making future changes close to seamless.”

Recognized as Control Engineering’s 2013 System Integrator of the Year, Patti Engineering is a CSIA Certified control system integrator and is the only Siemens automation Solution Partner in the State of Michigan. As a certified Siemens Solution Partner, Patti Engineering is among a select group of system integrators across the country with highly trained engineers. Its employees bring exceptional expertise on the wide range of Siemens industrial automation products to every project; Patti Engineering often teams up with Electro-Matic and Siemens to offer customers the complete package of products and services for seamless project execution.

To register for the Manufacturing in American Symposium, please click here. To learn more about system integration from expert engineers, please visit the Patti Engineering booth (C10) during the Manufacturing in America Symposium.