Amatrol is proud to announce the launch of its new Smart Manufacturing Learning System (990-SM10), developed in partnership with CESMII — The Smart Manufacturing Institute. CESMII’s mission is to “[r]adically accelerate the development and adoption of advanced sensors, controls, platforms, and models, to enable Smart Manufacturing (SM) to become the driving sustainable engine that delivers real-time business improvements in U.S. manufacturing.”
According to Amatrol President Paul Perkins, “Amatrol is excited to now offer a workstation that focuses on Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 capabilities. Partnering with CESMII is an important step in training the next generation Smart Factory and Automation technicians.”
The new portable Smart Manufacturing trainer offers hands-on Industry 4.0 applications, such as wireless temperature monitoring; web-based condition and power monitoring; and wireless production counting. It also boasts a variety of real-world industrial components workers will encounter on the job, including: BorgConnect Hub, BorgConnect Node, Ethernet switch-5-port, Allen-Bradley Micro820 Programmable Controller, AC current sensor, load cell/parts counter, and a Wi-Fi temperature sensor.
To learn more about the launch of Amatrol’s Smart Manufacturing Learning System and its partnership with CESMII, be sure to check out CESMII’s press release on their website. You can also consult with an expert at Amatrol to learn how you can take the next step toward preparing your students or current workers for success in the modern workplace.
About Duane Bolin
Duane Bolin is a former curriculum developer and education specialist. He is currently a Marketing Content Developer in the technical training solutions market.