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Project studies, technology trends, tips and tricks, and company announcements for your reading enjoyment.

Controls on a Robot Cell: A Recent Project

We recently completed a robot cell project for a machine manufacturer which was the result of collaboration between a

Tips for Working with Legacy Technology On Site

Here’s the situation: you are on site, working on a project. You have encountered equipment that is nearly as

Software Etiquette

When writing software, it’s important to write code that is organized and contains descriptive comments. This helps the code

What is RTLS?

Note: In March 2018, Siemens acquired the leader in RTLS technology, Agilion. 

Have you ever spent hours searching your

Strong Water and Wastewater System Backbone Affords Later Im...

When Patti Engineering embarks on a project, it is often done with the intention of leaving future pathways open.

Introducing Our Indianapolis Office!

Last month, we officially opened our brick and mortar office in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Our Indiana presence has been

Controls Upgrade with Virtual Commissioning

Old equipment is a staple on the plant floors of any manufacturer that has been running for more than

2018 Career Fairs

Our team will be visiting college campuses this fall near each of our three offices.  Patti Engineering will also

Minor Upgrades, Major Improvement

Blog post by Ryan Goad, Controls Engineer

A couple of years ago, we completed a major retrofit of a

Tips and Tricks for Programming Wonderware SCADA System Soft...

Blog Post by Quincy Washington

Patti Engineering works with the world’s leading suppliers of robust and powerful industrial automation SCADA

Innovative Golf: Teeing Up A Solution for Drive Shack

Drive Shack is a golfer’s paradise offering visitors from scratch golfers to hackers a unique entertainment experience; Drive Shack

What is the Cost of Waiting to Replace Obsolete Systems or D...

Blog post by Lynn Minard, Director of Finance

When thinking about replacing or completing maintenance on an obsolete system, the